Booth Space Registration Begins For Autopromotec 2015

Booth Space Registration Begins For Autopromotec 2015

Preliminary application forms for exhibit space have been sent out for the 26th biannual edition of Autopromotec, which takes place May 20-24, 2015, in Bologna, Italy.

 

BOLOGNA, Italy – Preliminary application forms for exhibit space have been sent out for the 26th biannual edition of Autopromotec, which takes place May 20-24, 2015, in Bologna, Italy.

In addition to consolidating the traditional sectors and focusing on uncompromising exhibition quality, a new truck industry initiative, called Autopromotec Industrial Vehicle Service, has been confirmed for the 2015 event. The new section will focus on service stations and vehicle care.

According to show organizers, in planning the 2015 event, particular care will be devoted to seminars and conferences as part of the AutopromotecEDU program. The comprehensive array of meetings and presentations held at the 2013 event involved more than 1,400 participants, and, in 2015, the program will focus on current automotive aftermarket issues more in-depth, planners say.

Autopromotec organizers have been participating in a number of foreign events over the past few months to promote the show. Staff have taken part in trade exhibitions in Paris, Las Vegas and Shanghai. In addition, throughout 2014 meetings will be scheduled with associations, trade press and operators in some target countries that hold a particular strategic value for the industry.

“We are working to showcase the best in the automotive aftermarket business to a broader and broader audience, by further increasing the presence of foreign buyers and the number of B2B meetings,” event organizers stated.

For more information, visit the newly launched www.autopromotec.com portal, which has been fully renovated in terms of graphic layout, with new content and services currently under construction.

 

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