Build & Connect will take place in Strasbourg, France, November 28 to 29 2018, organized by the French competitive cluster Pôle Fibres Energivie. At this event the spotlight is pointing on new technologies and initiatives related to green construction, especially low-environmental impact buildings.
The brokerage event allows you to discover new innovative and market-changing solutions and opportunities, exchange experiences, present own ideas and to extend your network across Europe.
Bilateral meetings will give the opportunity to all the actors in the field of energy transition in construction and renovation to meet potential partners from other countries to discuss their projects for business, technical, technological or research development.
There is a fee for participants. Please contact Steinbeis 2i GmbH (Franziska Bergmann) in order to benefit from reduced costs.
About Build & Connect
The international conference Build & Connect on 28 and 29 November in Strasbourg, will be a forum for sharing experiences and good practice in the areas of the sustainable construction, renovation and operation of buildings. It will focus on how these buildings are adapted to their environment and users.
Are you interested in new ideas? Do you want to take things to the next level? Organised as part of a programme of cooperation between clusters in the upper Rhine region, the conference will be an opportunity to come together to learn about new practices and technologies across this top-class region. Here, professionals from 3 countries (France, Germany and Switzerland) will bring together and compare their new processes, initiatives and innovation in a constructive way, making it a unique and rewarding opportunity to gain a new outlook!
Further information on the program and the registration conditions will follow shortly.
Steinbeis 2i GmbH supports this brokerage event as part of its membership in the Enterprise Europe Network Sector Group Sustainable Construction.
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