Sopogy’s April 2007 Exhibits & Events

Sopogy, Inc: (Left) Jim Maskrey, Vice President of Sales and Business Development and (Right) John Rei, Chief Operating Officer

Technology and Internet Expo - Blaisdell Exposition Hall April 13, 2007
Reach 70% business, 30% consumer and a 100% High-Technology audience!
The Technology and Internet Expo is the only event throughout the State of Hawaii to offer a unique opportunity for consumers and businesses in both public and private sectors to interact, network, and explore new and future technology solutions. Showcase of New Products and Services.Through seminars, exhibits, and live presentations, the Technology and Internet Expo allows companies the opportunity to showcase their newest products and innovations live and in-person

Hawaii State Science and Engineering Fair - Blaisdell Exposition Hall April 4, 2007
The Science Fair is an enrichment program which stimulates interest in science and engineering and encourages entry into a science related career. Excellence of student achievement is recognized and rewarded. Students have the opportunity to interact personally with professional scientists and engineers in the program. Exhibits at school, district, and state levels serve to educate the public about science and engineering.

Over one hundred agencies join the Hawaii Academy of Science in giving awards that total more than one hundred thousand dollars in value and include cash and scholarships, trophies, medals, certificates, journals and books. Around two hundred scientists recruited by the Academy serve as judges. An additional 75 judges from the awarding agencies also judge projects. The exhibits at the Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall are viewed by more than 5,000 people.

Hawaii State Legislature Science and Technology Fair - State Capitol April 3, 2007

Hawaii State Students Engineering Fair - Blaisdell Exposition Hall April 2, 2007
Hawai’i State Science and Engineering Fair (HSSEF) is the oldest and largest science education program in Hawai’i and continues to enjoy the support of the scientific, business, and education communities in the state. Over 6,000 students participate in the science fair program each year, with about 400 reaching the HSSEF.