Becoming a partner of the Smart City Event?
Our mission is to facilitate our partners in order to enhance their expertise, further develop their network and gain new business. There are possibilities to give a plenary lecture, sub sessions, presentations, college tours, VIP Meetings and many more.
THE PLAYGROUND CONSIST OF:
- 1 plenary podium
- 1 round-table area
- Seats to Meet area
- College tours and presentations
- 3 partner cafés
- 5 Pavilions
- Exhibition spaces
- Innovation cubes
- Generate Leads / Networking / Business
- Launch new products & services
- Build brand image and raise awareness & recognition
- Create demand for your products & services
- Lift on world class marketing campaign
- Save time & Money
- Meet face-to-face decision makers
Does this sound appealing? Please contact us and we would be delighted to discuss the possibilities.
Engerati Company Description
Engerati is a central destination for delegates from leading global energy events to network, collaborate, share and engage. We provide our members with completely free access to our ever-growing archive of industry news, white papers, case studies, webinars, video presentations, interviews and blogs. Engerati is an invaluable resource to all energy professionals – nowhere else can you get such in-depth information on the global energy industry for free.
Schuift u ook aan tijdens het gezellige E&R Boekencafé over smart cities en smart citizens met als thema mobiliteit:
15 maart 2017 | Den Haag | van 19.00 – 22.00 |
Wij gaan in gesprek over drie boeken rond dit thema, ingebracht door enthousiaste readers. Naar aanleiding van een 15 minuten durend gesprek tussen gespreksleider Hans van den Brink en een reader ontstaat een discussie die nieuwe inzichten geeft.
The Smart Cities Council is a commercial consortium representing the world’s foremost smart city practitioners and innovators dedicated to improving the livability, workability and sustainability of the world’s cities.
The Council has a network of 40+ companies and 75+ expert advisors, including two national laboratories and 11 universities from seven countries. Together, the Council’s member companies employ well over 1,000,000 people in 150+ countries. Over the past five years, they have completed more than 5,000 smart city projects all over the world