Slovak companies have the chance to find new export and business opportunities abroad and enter the global market through the largest international business-to-business (B2B) event in Slovakia. In the meantime foreign participants will receive a presentation of the business and investment potential of Slovakia; it offers a platform for new contacts with Slovak companies for further cooperation and partnership.
The event organised by the Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency (SARIO) under the auspices of Slovak Economy Minister Vazil Hudák will take place on November 10 in Hotel Bratislava in Bratislava.
“SARIO with its export services and also by organising the largest international networking event assists Slovak companies with establishing themselves among strong foreign competition,” said Robert Šimončič, SARIO CEO, as cited in the press release.
Almost 200 companies from 24 countries of the world including Slovakia will participate at the Slovak Matchmaking Fair 2015 which will welcome companies from Singapore, Hong Kong, the US, Austria, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Korea, Ukraine, Italy, Spain, Finland and others with the companies from China represented also by official delegation.
Besides the bilateral negotiations of companies, the main part of the event, the fair offers an attractive programme – exclusively for SARIO Google Slovakia will present Export à la Google, or How to Grow Your Business With Google on New Markets and Territory & Project Consultations where the participants will find out about business conditions in China, Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation, the US, Germany, Scandinavia, Serbia, Belarus and ASEAN countries. SlovakAid will present its current activities and SARIO will inform about its services and offer individual service and consultations to participants.
The Slovak Matchmaking Fair from its beginning has brought the opportunity to connect business and production potential of over 1,200 companies from 30 countries.
SARIO funds the Slovak Matchmaking Fair 2015 exclusively from the financial means from participants’ fees and partners of the event.
3. Nov 2015 at 6:55 | Compiled by Spectator staff