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HANNOVER MESSE: Meet the Entire World of Industrial Technology at One Trade Show

September 28, 2015

This post originally appeared on the Department of Commerce blog

Since 1947, there have been plenty of advances in industrial technology. But one thing that has stayed the same is that HANNOVER MESSE remains the premier trade event to learn about the latest trends, the top companies, and the most innovative solutions in the sector.

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Hannover Messe is April 25-29 in Germany.

That said, 2016 will be a singular year in the history of the 68-year-old trade event. For the first time, the United States is the Partner Country for HANNOVER MESSE, and that means more opportunity and greater exposure for U.S. companies and economic development organizations (EDOs).

This trade show regularly attracts more than 200,000 attendees from across the industrial technology sector, which includes a worldwide audience of buyers, distributors, resellers, and investors. Next year, U.S. companies and EDOs that join HANNOVER MESSE as exhibitors will get a prime location exhibiting in the U.S. Pavilions, so they can showcase their goods, services, and investment opportunities to the largest possible audience.

What’s more, the U.S. Commercial Service and SelectUSA teams will be on hand to make sure each company or EDO makes the most out of the show. Our teams will provide one-on-one counseling and help connect exhibitors to the best opportunities available at the event.

The bottom line is that an already great trade event is now even better for just about any U.S. organization in energy, industrial automation, digital factory, industrial supply, or research and technology.

The United States has demonstrated its commitment to industrial technology and advanced manufacturing, and HANNOVER MESSE gives the country and the U.S. business community the opportunity to demonstrate U.S. leadership in the field.

Visit trade.gov to learn more about the opportunities for your company or EDO at HANNOVER MESSE. Be sure to join the conversation on Twitter using #HM16USA. Have questions? Contact us at HannoverMesse@trade.gov.

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