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As the world’s No. 1 trade and innovation fair, Hannover Messe welcomed in 2018 no less than 5,000 exhibitors from 75 different countries and more than 210,000 professional visitors.

Over the past few years, this trade Fair, as a precursor to the “Industry 4.0” concept, has repositioned itself as an essential industrial event worldwide and has managed to bring the entire industrial value chain together in one place, making it converge with information technologies, renewable energies or smart transport networks.

This Luxembourg collective participation to the Hannover Messe 2019, organised by the Chamber of Commerce, aims to set up a friendly and tailored place to expose, exchange and accelerate the international development of participants, but also to meet specialised interlocutors or business partners from all backgrounds.

The amount of the fixed financial contribution requested for each exhibition space is € 3.000 per participating company and € 1.500 per innovative start-up.

Interested companies have until the 21st December to confirm their participation by returning the Registration form.

Additional information: hannovermesse@cc.lu.

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