WIN – World of Industry, Eurasia's number one industrial fair, will kick off its' venue of WIN fairs starting with WIN Part 1 Machinery, Welding, Surface Treatment, Materials Handling from 5 – 8 February 2009, and WIN Part 2 Automation, Electrotech and Hydraulic & Pneumatic on 26 February – 1 March 2009. The fairs will be held at TÜYAP Fair, Convention and Congress Center in Istanbul, Turkey. Organized by Hannover-Messe Bileşim Fuarcılık A.Ş., WIN 2009 will feature venues that bring energized events under one roof.
The WIN fairs have experienced a phenomenal growth record, attracting ever-growing numbers of exhibitors and attendees over its history. WIN welcomed a total of 1.408 direct exhibitors in two parts (1.295 in 2007) and the total visitor number at both parts was 120.673 (122.565 in 2007). Besides a strong interest of the domestic industrial manufacturing sector, the fair has attracted a significant number of international buyers not only from neighbouring countries but also from all over Europe, the Far-Middle East and America.
Overview of WIN 2009
The WIN – World of Industry fairs will be organized in the following venues:
· WIN Part 1 Machinery, Welding, Surface Treatment, Materials Handling will feature the latest products and services in these sectors, from machine tools to precision tools, surface treatment equipment and customized systems.
· WIN Part 2 Automation, Electrotech, Hydraulic & Pneumatic focuses on all leading products and services that are driving growth in these sectors.
The Industrial Activities Summit 2009 will be held in parallel with WIN 2009 and feature close to 200 conferences, seminars, round table discussions, panels, company & product presentations and forums. It has been a popular event at past WIN fairs because of the opportunity to exchange information, expertise and discuss trends with peers and industry insiders.
Expanded B2B emphasis
WIN 2009 will feature the "Eurasian Business Partner" again with the objective of forging profitable business links between Western countries, Turkey and other Eurasian countries. This year's Business Partner for WIN Fairs is Egypt and will feature a special pavilion with exhibitors and discussions will be held in frame of "Turkey- Egypt Cooperation Days" program.
Besides cooperation with Egypt, cooperation days with Iran, Iraq, Ukraine and Syria will be arranged. This regional emphasis expands the potential for business networking and participants will have the opportunity to make B2B meetings with Turkish and Eurasian companies.
WIN targets high-growth Eurasian market
In recent years, regional economies within the Eurasian market have expanded at a faster rate than in most developed countries. WIN – World of Industry fairs address the need of countries in the Eurasian region who are expanding their annual budgets in industrial manufacturing and actively looking for foreign investors.
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