International Buyers And Industry Members From 30 Countries Worldwide For The ECOMONDO and KEY ENERGY “Digital Double Green Week”
Business meetings and exclusive events on the Italian Exhibition Group platform in 7 languages from 3rd to 15th November
An exclusive marketplace in 7 languages will welcome international buyers from over 30 nations to the “digital double green week” of Ecomondo and Key Energy by Italian Exhibition Group, leading expos in Europe for the circular economy and renewable energies which, for the 2020 edition, will be entirely on the IEG digital platform and online from 3rd to 15th November (the platform is accessible from https://en.ecomondo.com and https://en.keyenergy.it ).
The international buyers who have already scheduled their meeting and business agendas will be from over 30 countries worldwide: Europe, the Mediterranean basin and North America. Participation has been confirmed by investors, designers and planners, industry representatives and multi-utilities of the various chains involved in Ecomondo and Key Energy.
This year’s digital platform is further enriched with video call facilities for business meetings with foreign buyers, which will be held from 3rd to 13th November, according to an agenda organized and finalized by the last five weeks’ interaction.
An extraordinary catalogue of innovative products and a prestigious calendar of conferences, workshops and exclusive events for national and international participants will be accessible via live streaming from 3rd to 6th and on the following days. The contents of the digital platform will be added to day by day by speeches by the sector’s top experts, thanks to a busy calendar of high-profile meetings organized by the scientific committees chaired by Professors Fabio Fava (Ecomondo) and Gianni Silvestrini (Key Energy), two of the most qualified academicians in their respective disciplines in Italy and abroad.
Among the international beacon conferences on the program, The Bluemed pilot Initiative “A healthy plastic-free Mediterranean Sea”: protagonists are the EU European Commission, CNR (Italy’s National Research Council) and PlasticsEurope, the European association of plastics manufacturers, to face the risks of plastic pollution in the Mediterranean basin. This will be followed by the International plenary session on the Green Deal of the States general of the green economy with in-depth discussions between national and international institutional representatives and enterprises.