Electrical Business


Nominate your products for MEET 2016 Innovation Awards

January 26, 2016 | By Renée Francoeur

January 26, 2016 – Nominations are now open for the 4th biennial MEET Innovation Awards, a part of the 2016 edition of the MEET (Mechanical Electrical Electronic Technology) Show, taking place May 18-19, 2016 at the Moncton (N.B.) Coliseum Complex.

Held biennially, the show brings together mechanical and electrical companies from Canada and the U.S., showcasing the latest in products and services. The awards recognize products from exhibiting companies, and one award from each of the show’s four sponsoring associations (Atlantic Canada Mechanical Exhibitors, the Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating, Electro-Federation Canada and the Illuminating Engineering Society) will be presented.
Individuals and businesses that are exhibiting at the show are encouraged to nominate themselves or others by completing the nomination form available online (you can also download it below). The nomination deadline is February 29, 2016.
EBMag proudly returns as Official Electrical Publication of the show this year. As Official Publication, we’ll be pushing out all kinds of information leading up to the event, as well as publishing the Official Show Guide, which will include Exhibitor Listings, Floor Plan, Seminar Schedule, what to do while in New Brunswick and more!

Exhibitors and sponsors… DON’T WAIT until it’s too late!

Contact EBMag’s Sales Team to book your space in the MEET Show 2016 Official Show Guide.

Organizers say MEET is the second-largest industry event of its type in Canada and the largest trade event east of Montreal. 2016 will mark the 22nd edition.


MEET will welcome contractors, developers, engineers, tradespeople… just about anybody, really, involved in the industrial, commercial and residential sectors. Industries represented include electrical, mechanical/HVAC, engineering, construction/development, architecture, government, consulting, wholesale, distribution, utilities, manufacturing, sales and marketing, maintenance, and more.

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