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07.12.2020

ECOC 2020

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Meet Berlin and Brandenburg at the biggest event for optical communication in Europe!

The German Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg will be represented by a joint booth at the ECOC exhibition 2020. So far 11 companies and organizations have already signed up and will show their innovative products on 156 m² exhibition space (two blocks with 78 m² each). In addition, the cluster optics and photonics will present the business location Berlin-Brandenburg.

Exibitors at the Berlin Brandenburg Pavilion include:

Berlin Brandenburg Booth at the ECOC 2019

The European Conference and Exhibition on Optical Communication

The ECOC is the largest congress for optical communication in Europe where the exhibitors illustrate their newest products and developments in the sector optics. Moreover this event brings manufacturers, suppliers and service providers together to networking and gaining insights on trends in the industry. In 2020 the event heads to Brussels, Belgium and once again provides a key opportunity for you to promote your company, brand or product to an international audience of over 6,500 industry decision-makers looking for the best solution for their business challenges. Supported by a comprehensive marketing, advertising, PR and social media campaign, the ECOC Exhibition is a cost-effective way to showcase your company to the industry, with 83% of visitors attending ECOC with the aim of finding new suppliers and 93% having an influence on purchases, your involvement in the show presents an unmissable opportunity to sell your business solutions directly to prospective buyers.

Facts and Figures

90 Nations | 350 Exhibitors | 6.600 Visitors

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For further information and event details check out the ECOC Website, follow @ECOC_Exhibition on Twitter or follow @ecocexhibition on Facebook.

* Funded by the European Union and the State of Berlin

Header Image: rds.ie

ECOC 2020 : Brussels Expo
07.12.2020

ECOC 2020

Logo ECOC

Meet Berlin and Brandenburg at the biggest event for optical communication in Europe!

The German Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg will be represented by a joint booth at the ECOC exhibition 2020. So far 11 companies and organizations have already signed up and will show their innovative products on 156 m² exhibition space (two blocks with 78 m² each). In addition, the cluster optics and photonics will present the business location Berlin-Brandenburg.

Exibitors at the Berlin Brandenburg Pavilion include:

Berlin Brandenburg Booth at the ECOC 2019

The European Conference and Exhibition on Optical Communication

The ECOC is the largest congress for optical communication in Europe where the exhibitors illustrate their newest products and developments in the sector optics. Moreover this event brings manufacturers, suppliers and service providers together to networking and gaining insights on trends in the industry. In 2020 the event heads to Brussels, Belgium and once again provides a key opportunity for you to promote your company, brand or product to an international audience of over 6,500 industry decision-makers looking for the best solution for their business challenges. Supported by a comprehensive marketing, advertising, PR and social media campaign, the ECOC Exhibition is a cost-effective way to showcase your company to the industry, with 83% of visitors attending ECOC with the aim of finding new suppliers and 93% having an influence on purchases, your involvement in the show presents an unmissable opportunity to sell your business solutions directly to prospective buyers.

Facts and Figures

90 Nations | 350 Exhibitors | 6.600 Visitors

More Info

For further information and event details check out the ECOC Website, follow @ECOC_Exhibition on Twitter or follow @ecocexhibition on Facebook.

* Funded by the European Union and the State of Berlin

Header Image: rds.ie

ECOC 2020 : Brussels Expo

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