The United States is the Partner Country for HANNOVER MESSE 2016, the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology. This means unmatched international exposure for U.S. companies and economic development organizations (EDOs) participating as exhibitors in the U.S. Pavilion.
Connect to business opportunities across industrial automation, energy, digital factory, industrial supply, and research and technology sectors.
With the United States as the Partner Country for the first time in HANNOVER MESSE history, your company or EDO has an unprecedented opportunity to showcase your goods, services, and investment opportunities:
- Connect directly to more than 200,000 attendees, including global investors, buyers, distributors, resellers, and members of the business media.
- Reach a global audience that comes from more than 70 countries.
- Network with more than 100 business delegations that come to the event ready to make business and investment deals.
- Connect across industry sectors from energy, industrial automation, digital factory, industrial supply, and research technology.
The United States and U.S. companies will highlight our leadership in advanced manufacturing, energy efficiency and production, cutting-edge production engineering, smart tech, education, and more.
Gain Maximum Global Exposure for Your Booth at HFUSA Pavilions
USA Partner Country status means U.S. exhibitors receive prime location and maximum global exposure at HANNOVER MESSE. Companies will have a one-of-a-kind opportunity for premier interaction with the more than 200,000 event attendees.
Join the U.S. Pavilion to Take Advantage of:
- U.S. Commercial Service Support
- A carpeted and furnished booth with literature rack
- Electrical outlet/receptical with a 2KW service
- Internet Connection
- Multilingual Hostess
- Interpreter service upon request
- Nightly Security and Cleaning
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