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Future Match at CeBIT 2017

Contributed by: Enterprise Europe Network / Leibniz Universität Hannover

From 2017-03-20 to 2017-03-24, Germany
International Brokerage Event not only for IT companies!
The EU-funded project Enterprise Europe Network is organising the 19th edition of the international brokerage event Future Match taking place from 20th to 24th March 2017 at the IT fair CeBIT in Hanover / Germany.

At Future Match companies and research institutes have the opportunity to find potential partners for research projects, technology transfer and commercial cooperation in pre-arranged meetings.

In 2016 almost 280 representatives of industry and research from 35 countries met for 1000 bilateral meetings. They used this opportunity to present their products, to discuss project ideas and to initiate cooperation.

Interested participants can register for Future Match 2017 at, publish their cooperation profiles and request meetings with another participants. Shortly before the event a personal timetable for the meetings at the Future Match stand will be send out to each participant.

The brokerage event is aimed not only at players in the IT sector. In fact, potential buyers, users or cooperation partners from sectors other than ICT (e.g. healthcare, automotive, energy, engineering etc.), looking for ICT related products, services or know-how are invited to participate in the event FREE of costs using the promotional code ”BUYER”.

Registration is open until March 7, 2017. The regular price is 110 EUR (excl. VAT). CeBIT exhibitors get a 50% discount. All participants of the brokerage event will receive free entrance tickets for CeBIT (colleagues included).

For more information, please visit:



    Enterprise Europe Network / Leibniz Universität Hannover
    Brühlstr. 27
    30169 Hannover


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