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March 7, 2021
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ROMEXPO opens the fair and exhibition season .A record number of events and investments of more than RON 127 million in 2017

Romexpo S.A., the most important fair and exhibition organizer in the country, has organized and hosted a record number of events in 2017, namely 178 fairs, exhibitions, festivals and other types of events (sports, business cultural or religious events), with national and international participation.

 

The recently closed calendar included:

  • 72 fairs and exhibitions organized or hosted
  • 38 events for the general public (concerts, festivals, sports competitions)
  • 68 conferences.

 

Romexpo S.A. has organized 33 events, which can be summarized as follows:

  • 102,478 sqm of exhibition premises
  • 3,500 participations of the exhibiting companies
  • Companies from 34 countries and from Romania were present at the Romexpo fairs, having an average level of internationalization of over 50%
  • More than 117,500 visitors attended the organized exhibition events.

 

“The events organized in our center provide the Romanian companies with the opportunity to present the domestic projects to the representatives of the foreign companies. Thus, Romexpo becomes an ambassador, a promoter of many products and services designed and developed here, having a high quality and deserving to become visible on as many foreign economic markets as possible. In order to gain access to the economic environment of other countries, the Romexpo fairs and exhibitions knew a variety in terms of themes, in the recent years. Thus, our goal is to make important international companies to present their novelties in Romania and to enter into exchange and collaboration agreements or even joint ventures with the local producers” stated the Romexpo General Manager, Mihai Costris.

 

In 2018, Romexpo plans more than 180 events

 

Romexpo plans to open a new semester of fairs and exhibitions with a landmark event in tourism, dedicated both to experts and to the general public. Thus, between 22nd and 25th of February, visitors are awaited to come to the spring edition of the Romanian Tourism Fair.

Spring starts at Romexpo S.A. with a series of events: Construct Expo, Ambient Expo, Mobila Expo, Expo EnergiE and Modexpo, dedicated to the fields of: constructions, home & deco, energy, environment, textile industry (March 8-11).

 

A premiere at Romexpo

 

The star of the exhibition program of this year will be the Bucharest International Automobile Show, organized by Romexpo S.A. in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania, together with the Automotive Manufacturers and Importers Association (APIA).

11 years since the last SIAB edition organized in 2007, the landmark event of the automotive industry is waiting for the visitors in the new exhibition premises of Romexpo, pavilions B1, B2 and B3.

Romexpo S.A. is consistent with its strategy to strengthen the leader position on the Romanian market and plans to attract and organize new festivals, concerts, sports events dedicated to the general public, as well as corporate events (conferences, congresses, seminars, networking sessions) dedicated to the experts in various social and economic fields of activity and adapted to the needs of the business sector. Thus, in 2018, Romexpo S.A. plans to host more than 180 events which will attract more than 900 thousands visitors.

 

Upgraded and expanded logistics

 

The largest exhibition center in the country, Romexpo, went through a modernization process in 2017, by making available two new pavilions and one multifunctional pavilion dedicated to related services, the value of the investment reaching more than RON 127 million.

Thus, the exhibition area was expanded, with over 30,000 square meters and is complemented by a multifunctional space which has conference rooms, a coffee shop and a welcoming and information area for the participants at the events.

 

“In its 50 years of existence, the Romexpo Exhibition Center has undergone various stages of arranging and modernization.

In 2016, an ambitious development and modernization program was launched. We started by opening the gates for Bucharest, planning to make Romexpo the center of the great urban recreation. The need to develop these premises has naturally came, as a result of the increasing number of domestic and international requests, since more and more companies wished to present their products and services at the most important fairs and exhibitions organized both by Romexpo, such as Indagra, BIFE-SIM, the Romanian Tourism Fair, Construct Expo, Ambient Expo and Cosmetics Beauty Hair, and by third party companies who organize events” stated the Romexpo General Manager, Mihai Costris.

 

CITY HUB and new elements of modernity inside Romexpo

 

Modernizing the Romexpo Exhibition Center doesn’t mean only new pavilions, but also a coworking space dedicated to the start-up businesses, namely to the young entrepreneurs, especially those operating in the field of the creative industries. CITY HUB Bucharest (www.city-hub.ro) is divided in areas with various functionalities; the access is allowed based on various types of subscriptions.

Within the Romexpo Exhibition Center, the B entry (Expozitiei Boulevard) has been also modernized by expanding the pedestrian access and by reorganizing the car access. The adjacent green areas has been also revitalized.

The modernization plan of the “Romexpo city” also included the exhibition pavilions H1, H2 and H3, dedicated to activities that are complementary to the exhibition activities. Pavilion P was transformed, through an investment of RON 4.5 million, in a space dedicated to the activities that are specific to a car and car after-sales maintenance showroom.

 

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