Hosted by Enterprise Europe Niedersachsen, the Matchmaking Event on Thursday, June 7th, will maximize the networking opportunity. The Matchmaking Event will be held in the STADEUM Kultur- und Tagungszentrum in Stade. The CFK Convention offers you for the first time the chance to meet potential business partners in pre-arranged meetings.
This Matchmaking Event is the new meeting point to establish technology co-operations, partnerships for R&D and commercial agreements. In order to take part in the event you just have to
„X complete the registration form by providing a profile of your company/ your organisation
„X browse the online catalogue to identify interesting profiles
„X book one-to-one meetings with your preferred contacts and monitor the number of meetings organised for your company.
The event is organised by the Enterprise Europe Network of the NBank and is free of charges for participants of the CFK- Convention. The Enterprise Europe Network offers support and advice to businesses across Europe and helps them to make the most of the opportunities of the European Union. It is made up of close to 600 partner organisations in more than 40 countries, promoting competitiveness and innovation at the local level in Europe and beyond.
The CFK-Valley Stade Convention, 07-08 June, focuses this year on the leading topic of ¡§CFRP Automation ¡V Simulation, Processes & Materials¡¨. Particularly the topics of automated production and the cost-efficient development of CFRP structures will be the focus of the series of lectures held by representatives from renowned companies and institutes. In addition, 40 exhibitors will be presenting their products and services in the target field of CFRP. The CFK-Valley Stade Convention is considered a central meeting point and trade fair for decision-makers in the field of CFRP, with over 450 participants attending last year's event.Last Chance to register now - extended Deadline 27 May!
Melanie Teichmann | CFK-Valley Stade Convention GbR
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