International Engineering Fair
An attractive supporting programme
A significant part of the accompanying programme will focus on developing economic cooperation with Turkey as the MSV partner country 2013. The plans include a seminar on cooperation with third country markets and a conference on technological cooperation in the fields of transport, energy and industrial automation.
A traditional part of MSV will encompass further events to promote foreign trade co-operation and Czech exports, such as the Business Day of the Russian Federation and Belarus Business Day. There will again be a b2fair meeting, Contact – Contract, organized by the South Moravian Regional Chamber of Commerce.
An interesting new feature, a three-day conference entitled Mobility Of The Future, will be held on the occasion of the EUROTRANS fair, directly in Hall G2. The range of covered topics is very broad and includes particularly the financing of transport infrastructure, sustainable mobility, transport safety, freight and combined transport, high-speed rail development opportunities and also transport telematics and public logistics centres.
The key event of the supporting programme will be the traditional meeting of government officials and business leaders at the Assembly of the Union of Industry and Transport of the Czech Republic. The MSV opening speech will be traditionally delivered by the Czech Prime Minister and also his invited Slovak counterpart. The International Engineering Fair has been a Czechoslovak fair for most of its history and on the occasion of this 55th edition, the organizers want to emphasize these common roots that largely persist to this day. Other important foreign guests of the official opening of the fair will also include Antonio Tajani, European Commission Vice President and Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship.
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