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Exhibition and fair premises and organisers in Slovakia

Agrokomplex-Výstavníctvo Nitra

Agrokomplex-Výstavníctvo Nitra


Fairground area: 143 ha. Total capacity of exhibition halls


and open areas (covered and open-air exhibition space):


90,906 m2; including 40,906 m2 of indoor and 50,000 m2


of outdoor exhibition space.


www.agrokomplex.sk



BB EXPO spol. s r.o., Banská Bystrica


An organiser of fairs and exhibitions in Výstavný areál


(Exhibition premises), Námestie Slobody in Banská


Bystrica


www.bbexpo.sk



Expo Center, Trenčín


Fairground area: 35,000 m2. Total exhibition area: 18,000


m2, including 7,000 m2 of indoor and 11,000 m2 of


outdoor exhibition space.


www.expocenter.sk



Incheba Expo Bratislava


Total exhibition area: 100,000 m2, including 60,000 m2


of indoor and 40,000 m2 of outdoor exhibition space.


www.incheba.sk



Hotel Centrum Dom Techniky ZSVTS, Košice


Total indoor exhibition area: 2,000 m2.


www.dtke.sk, www.hotel-centrum.sk



Spiš-View-Trading (SVT), spol s r.o., Spišská Nová Ves


www.svt.sk



Spoločenský pavilón, Košice


Consisting of a large hall suitable for fairs, exhibitions,


conferences and other social events, plus a cinema, a


dance hall, and other facilities.


Large hall: 23m x 35m; dance hall: 18m x 17m; cinema:


760 seats


www.spolocenskypavilon.sk



Source: firms' websites and TSS archive


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