ASIS 2009 Attendance Down to 2004 Levels

Author: John Honovich, Published on Oct 05, 2009

With a significant drop in attendance for the second straight year, attendance to the ASIS International tradeshow is now down to 2004 levels.

Peaking in 2007, ASIS attendance was 23,708 (audited), up from a reported 19,000 in 2004. Now, in 2009, ASIS is reported unaudited attendance of approximately 19,300, dropping from over 21,000 in 2008.

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