Rising Media is announcing a new Inside 3D Printing show! Along with international trade fair planning and staging company Deutsche Messe, they are launching the first-ever Inside 3D Printing Istanbul, a new event taking place February 9-12 of 2017. It’s sandwiched between Inside 3D Printing Düsseldorf on February 2 and 3, and Inside 3D Printing Singapore on February 14 and 15.
Rising Media is the global events and media producer of the Inside 3D Printing, RoboUniverse, and Virtual Reality Summit trade shows, specializing in Internet and technology-related events. The Inside 3D Printing Istanbul 2017 Conference and Additive Manufacturing Area will be part of the WIN EURASIA Metalworking event; both will be held at the Tüyap Fair and Convention Center in Istanbul. This new conference is designed to serve the Turkish and surrounding region markets, to help facilitate a better understanding of the business opportunities and constraints of additive manufacturing technology.
“With the launch of Inside 3D Printing Istanbul 2017, we’re pleased to bring our leading series of additive manufacturing events to the key industrial market of Turkey, along with surrounding markets,” said Matthew Finlay, CEO, Rising Media.
“WIN EURASIA attracts 30,000 attendees from across Turkey, CIS, Middle East and parts of Asia, many of whom are beginning to explore the potential of additive manufacturing in their industries. We’re also very excited to be partnering with the world-leading industrial trade show producer, Deutsche Messe.”
Deutsche Messe is headquartered in Hannover, Germany and ranks among the five biggest trade show organizers in the country. They have a network of 66 representatives, subsidiaries, and branch offices, making them present in over 100 countries.
Inside 3D Printing Istanbul 2017 is concentrated on medium and large manufacturing companies, their suppliers, and specialist industrial producers. There will be both local and international experts in attendance, to discuss the latest industrial application of 3D printing, including recent materials developments. They will also be holding introductory sessions for those who have been hesitant to warm up to the technology.
Turkey is no stranger to 3D printing: just think about Istanbul-based 3D printing company 3Durak and Roboze’s recent expansion efforts into Turkey, with the help of Turkish 3D technology reseller Yenasoft. This conference will be a big help in shining more light on the region.
Inside 3D Printing Istanbul will have two full days of conference sessions, and a pavilion on the expo floor. The pavilion will host guided delegations of manufacturers from Turkey, along with several international hosted buyer groups. So event exhibitors will be able to demonstrate their technology and explain its stand-alone benefits, and its ever-increasing role in integrated manufacturing processes. If your company is interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the Inside 3D Printing Istanbul conference in February, please contact Rising Media. If you’re interested in seeing an Inside 3D Printing conference before the new year, be sure to check out their conference in San Diego next month — 3DPrint.com will be on the scene! Discuss in the Inside 3D Printing Istanbul forum at 3DPB.com.
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