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The 8th Environmental Forum for South-East Europe will be promoted within the 8th Vienna Economic Event

 





The Vienna event  ‘Go South East’ (21 November 2011) is dedicated to the topics: Economy as an Engine of the Regional Development (Infrastructure, Transport, Energy, Legal Issues) and Banking and Insurance – Secure Financing as a Precondition for the Realization of the Regional Projects. The organizer’s goal is to contribute to a better understanding of the Region development and to promote the investment opportunities in South-East Europe.  The event will outline the public and private interests in connection with the various projects in the Region as part of the United Europe.

The 8th South-East European b2b Environmental Forum  ( 28- 30 March 2012 in Sofia, Bulgaria ) will be presented within ‘Go South East’. It will incorporate Congress and Exhibition on Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy,  Waste Management and Recycling.   The Organizer Via Expo has 20 years of experience in organizing b2b events, which are primarily oriented to the South-East Europe.  Through the years of its existence the event has proved as one of the prominent initiatives in the environmental sphere for the Region incorporating in its format 'forum and exhibition'.

OVERVIEW of the SOUTH-EAST EUROPEAN FORUM 2011:

Exhibitors:

- 327 direct exhibitors and represented companies from 32 countries

- Group participations from Austria, Germany and the USA

- Three exhibition halls and open exhibition area - 6 500 sq.m.

Visitors:

- 50% rise in the visitor attendance compared to 2010

- 5900 professional visitors from Bulgaria and 39 other countries

Speakers: 75 industry professionals from Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, France, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, the UK, the USA

Attendees: 510 specialists from Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas

Partners: 80 partners and 66 media partners from Bulgaria and abroad; 300 internet sites worldwide; 147 local and Regional media.

For more info: Brochure 2012

 Via Expo, Bulgaria, T/F+359 32 960 011, 945 459 | E office@viaexpo.com | W www.viaexpo.com

 
 
Exhibitions & Conferences

Sofia Sport & Healthy Life Exhibition

 

Via Expo is a Member of:


Bulgarian Association of Recycling


Bulgarian Photovoltaic Association


Bulgarian- Swiss Chamber of Commerce


German-Bulgarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce


Bulgarian Industrial Association


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