SWISS Pavilion @ Mobile World Congress 2018
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona is the worldwide most important congress in the fast growing mobile communication sector and generated 2017 a new visitor record with 108’000 peoples. Parallel to the congress an exhibition at 100’000m2 is organized and decision makers from the top management are visiting it
MWC2018: Special Visitor Package
S-GE will organize in the 5th year a Swiss Pavilion at MWC2018 in Barcelona. The premiere is our second satellite pavilion in hall 6.
Following companies will exhibit:
www.olympe.ch, www.guuru.com, www.beekeeper.ch, www.42matters.com, www.tracktics.com, www.loriot.io, www.tecflower.com, www.gms-worldwide.com, www.newvoice.ch, www.hubersuhner.com, www.roxer.ch, www.telecom26.ch, www.katia.ch
- personal introduction to all Swiss Pavilion Co-Exhibitors and learn more about their innovation incl. hospitality
- participation at the exclusive Swiss Night in Spain’s oldest yacht club at Royal Barcelona Yacht Club RCNB thanks partnership with yacht racing team www.kajsa.ch
- free MWC visitor pass which gives you access during the whole week.
Please find further information and order possibility under ‘Offer/Order’.
SWISS Pavilion @ Mobile World Congress
At the SWISS Pavilion of the MWC from 2017 did 13 Swiss companies exhibit in the Mobile App hall their innovations.
Based on this great success the 4rd SWISS Pavilion get launched and is based again in the Mobile App hall. The Swiss booth we can host 11-12 companies. The Pavilion is open to three sites with ideal visitor access You can select between 3 different arrangements according your needed space and available budget. More details see ‘Offer/Order’.
Beside the general exhibition we will organize networking cocktails for the co-exhibitors, which you can invite your clients or partners to optimize your contacts.
|Target audience||Mobile Communication|
|Organizer||Switzerland Global Enterprise|
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