We already know the VIP Buyers list for International Automotive Business Meeting 2019.
Building business relations in the automotive sector is the main goal of the International Automotive Business Meeting, during which about 300 representatives of the industry will meet in November.
Today, the organizer of IABM2019 announced a list of VIP Buyers who confirmed their participation in the third edition of the International Automotive Business Meeting:
- Kirchhoff Automotive,
- Tenneco Automotive,
- Sanden Manufacturing Poland,
- Bitron Poland,
- Korea Fuel-Tech Poland,
- Seoyon Sk,
- Hyundai Transys,
- NGK Ceramics Polska,
- ZF Group,
- Autoneum Poland,
- Delfo Polska,
- Hutchinson Poland.
The list is not yet closed, and the organizer of IABM2019 has announced its current update.
During this year’s third edition of IABM each participant will have the opportunity to arrange many interesting meetings with selected VIP Buyers. For this purpose, the online booking system is available on the website b2match.io. It is also possible to use it by installing B2MATCH application available on Google Playand App Store platforms. Arranged and confirmed by VIP Buyers meetings will take place on the second day of IABM2019. Each B2B will last about 20 minutes and will be held in a carefully selected group with key business decision makers of VIP Buyers’ representatives.
NOTE: Individual B2B meetings require prior acceptance of the VIP buyer. The organizer is not responsible for rejecting the request for a B2B meeting by the VIP buyer and generally for the number of meetings in the agenda.
In the previous edition of IABM, representatives of 270 companies took part in 5 Speed Business Mixer sessions and hundreds of B2B meetings. Many of the conducted talks resulted in later cooperation between companies.
Among VIP Buyers who took part in the previous editions of IABM were: Bitron Industrie; Delfo Poland; Korea Fuel-Tech Poland; Nifco Poland; Seoyon Electronics Poland; Sigit Poland; ZF Group; Hutchinson Poland; NSG Pilkington Automotive Poland; Proma Poland; Sanden Manufacturing Poland.
Detailed program and registration:www.iabmevent.com
Organizers: Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Poland, Katowice Special Economic Zone (KSEZ), Silesia Automotive & Advanced Manufacturing Cluster, City of Dąbrowa Górnicza, City of Sosnowiec.
Co-organisers: Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Polsko-Niemiecka Izba Przemysłowo-Handlowa, Francusko-Polska Izba Gospodarcza, Niderlandzko-Polska Izba Gospodarcza, Brytyjsko-Polska Izba Handlowa, Advantage Austria
Strategic partners: Górnośląsko-Zagłębiowska Metropolia, Polski Związek Przemysłu Motoryzacyjnego, Konfederacja Lewiatan, Związek Pracodawców Motoryzacji i Artykułów Przemysłowych, Polskie Stowarzyszenie Paliw Alternatywnych, Fundacja Promocji Pojazdów Elektrycznych, Associazione Compagnia delle Opere (CDO), Associazione Nazionale Filiera Industria Automobilistica (ANFIA).
Honorary patronage: Ambasada Włoch w Polsce, Ministerstwo Spraw Zagranicznych, Ministerstwo Inwestycji i Rozwoju, Ministerstwo Energii, Ministerstwo Przedsiębiorczości i Technologii, Polska Agencja Inwestycji i Handlu
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About International Automotive Business Meeting
International Automotive Business Meeting (IABM) is an elite, two-day meeting of the automotive sector, which brings together industry leaders and experts, car manufacturers, the largest Tier 1 and 2 suppliers, representatives of European, Polish and local authorities, institutions and industry associations. The event is attended by over 300 representatives of companies from Poland, Europe and the largest global automotive markets such as China, Japan, India and the United States.
IABM provides independent, professional and reliable knowledge on the situation on the automotive market in Poland and worldwide. The objective of IABM is to provide a clear vision of the changes in the automotive sector in the near future and its impact on the supply chain and to determine how electromobility and advanced driver assistance systems will affect the development of the automotive sector in Poland and worldwide. IABM is a unique opportunity to gain a detailed insight into the automotive industry and new technologies associated with it, as well as build a network of contacts in the industry and acquire business partners.