Glasstec Virtual Kicks Off
October 19, 2020
glasstec Virtual kicks off Oct. 20, and will run through Oct. 22. This is a virtual incarnation of the show, and the in-person show has been rescheduled for June 15-18, 2021. Visitors and participants can register for glasstec Virtual now.
“The course we have taken is important for the industry in these times. With glasstec Virtual we offer the global glass industry an additional contact platform―driven by the world’s leading international trade fair glasstec and its top position and the high internationality, quality and expertise of the contacts. Until this morning over 2,000 experts from the sector have already registered,” says Birgit Horn, project director glasstec.
At the “Exhibition Showroom” about 800 companies will be presented. In addition, there will be 65 interactive web sessions where the exhibitors will introduce their companies as well as products and solutions to the virtual visitors. See the exhibitors’ webs sessions.
The “‘Conference Area” will offer 20 expert lectures from industry and science with a reference to globally trending themes. During the Conference, the international trade audience will get information online about the latest developments and trends in the glass industry worldwide and to interact with the speakers to experience the contributions from all over the globe. The first two conference days will be rounded off by the “Glass Association Summit” organized by trade journal “glass worldwide.” Review the Conference Area.
Networking forms an essential part of any trade fair―whether in a physical or virtual format. At glasstec Virtual this will be made possible by the Matchmaking Tool. Via the Networking Plaza visitors and exhibitors will be able to make and maintain contacts during and also after the event. By enquiring about special areas of interest and extensive filter functions, new and existing contacts can be identified and established quickly. Once an appointment has been scheduled, personal discussions between exhibitors and customers can be conducted in a virtual room via audio or video.