SWISS Pavilion @ Mobile World Congress 2020 in Spain - new setup
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona is the worldwide most important congress in the fast-growing mobile communication sector and generated 2019 110’000 peoples from 212 countries. Parallel to the congress an exhibition at 100’000m2 is organized and decision makers from the top management are visiting it.
Industry Focus: App/Mobile Services (11%), IoT (11%), Network Technology (7%), Innovation (7%), Big Data/Analytics (6%), Device Hardware (6%), Artificial Intelligence (6%), Cloud Services (5%), Marketing/Advertising (4%), Enterprise & Business IT (4%), Smart Cities (4%)
Our co-exhibitors (not final), more details please find here:
www.gms-worldwide.com, Choose Progress
www.jelurida.com, Blockchain as a Service
www.pxl-vision.com, Enabling Trusted Digital Identities
www.rikscha.ch, Powerful. Smart. Modular.
www.aictx.ai, Neuromorphic Intelligence
www.buyogo.com, Commerce on Cloud
www.brain-it.ch, Making Things Smarter
www.ketl.ch, Enterprise Search
www.typewise.app, Secure AI
www.eyewaretech.com, Sensors and biometrics
www.pixchangeapp.com, Mobile App, IoT
www.hubersuhner.com, Connecting - today and beyond
www.akenza.com, IoT made simply
www.safehost.com, Secure in Switzerland
www.crypto.ch, Enabling quantum-safe 5G+
www.creal.com, Genuine 3D display for VR/AR
www.exeon.ch, Cyber Security
www.astrocast.com, Satellite IoT
www.decentriq.ch, Security, Data, Cloud, Privacy
www.ecorobotix.com, Technology for the environment
www.inivation.com, Neuromophic Vision System
www.kidodynamics.com, Big Data, Mobility
www.scantrust.com, FMCG & Industrial Goods
www.synthara.ai, Smart Sensors , Automotive, Consumer electronics
SWISS Pavilion @ Mobile World Congress: Exhibitor offer
At the SWISS Pavilion of the MWC from 2019 did 14 Swiss companies did exhibit in two booths in the Mobile App and Telecom Halls hall their innovations.
Based on this great success the 7th SWISS Pavilions get launched and is based again in the Mobile App hall 8.1/E49. The new stand has +25% more ground surface and is located at a top position with ideal access from the main corridor in Hall 8.1/D60.
The new concept generates a better overview from exhibitor and visitor perspective without loosing visibility for the exhibitors. Additionally, the hospitality/meeting zone will have more space that the visitors can spend more time at our booth. The SWISS Pavilion in hall 8.1. will host approx. 12 exhibitors. It is the first time we will have a double decker with an additional floor (half of surface) which is exclusively for one of our co-exhibitor. Because this innovation we will reach an improved visibility from distance and will attract more visitors.
The package prices are nearly the same as at MWC2019 and you can profit from more space. Different price packages allowing an ideal set according your budget.
Another SWISS Pavilion is in the Telecom Hall 6/G20 organized with focus for Telecom Software and Hardware. Please contact us for an offer as soon as possible because only 1-2 slots are available.
Beside the general exhibition we will organize an exclusive networking cocktail @ Swiss Night at Tuesday, February 25th for the co-exhibitors and their clients, partners or investors.
This is in the exhibitor package included.
Order deadline: 30. August 2019
MWC2020: Special Visitor Package
- personal introduction to all Swiss Pavilion Co-Exhibitors and learn more about their innovation incl. hospitality
- participation at the exclusive Swiss Night at Tuesday, February 25th in Spain’s oldest yacht club at Royal Barcelona Yacht Club RCNB thanks partnership with yacht racing team www.kajsa.ch
- Presence of approx. 50 Investors, 25 innovative Swiss companies and approx 50 VIP Guests
- free MWC visitor pass which gives you access during the whole week.
This offer is limited.
Please contact for more information or apply: Beat Kuster
|Target audience||Mobile Communication|
|Organizer||Switzerland Global Enterprise|
|Trade fair information||
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