Become part of the exhibition’s ‘Climate Technology 2030’ Forum
Abu Dhabi, Brussels, 7 July 2016. The ‘call for presenters’ for the upcoming Climate Abu Dhabi 2016 exhibition (3-5 October 2016, ADNEC, Abu Dhabi) has now been launched. Until 12 August 2016, interested organisations can submit proposals for seminar presentations, or panel discussions for the exhibition’s ‘Climate Technology 2030’ Forum, which is organised in cooperation with Eurovent and will take place in a seminar theatre in the centre of the exhibition hall.
The ‘Climate Technology 2030’ Forum during the 2016 Climate Abu Dhabi is a hands-on, forward looking seminar programme that brings additional value to manufacturers, building consultants, contractors, designers, planners, energy managers, public policy makers, and everyone else interested in the latest and upcoming developments concerning Indoor Climate (HVAC), Process Cooling, and Food Cold Chain Technologies. It incorporates the Abu Dhabi Vision 2030 of ‘Creating a sustainable Emirate that protects resources for current and future generations’.
Interested organisations can apply for different forum and seminar slots. The seminar slots are recurring daily, ensuring an extended reach for presenters during different exhibition days. In order to guarantee a wide variety of issues, they are grouped around the Forum’s core themes Indoor Climate (4 slots available), Process Cooling and Refrigeration (2 slots), Food Cold Chain (1 slot), and Industrial Ventilation (1 slot). All proposals have to fulfil specific quality criteria as outlined on the ‘call for presenters’ online portal. For more information, refer to the seminar registration page.
The ‘call for presenters’ will be open until 12 August 2016. Within five days after their submission, presenters or panel organisers fulfilling the quality criteria are going to receive a confirmation. Seminar slots will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Climate Abu Dhabi is a new international specialised ‘HVACR’ exhibition run by the organisers of the widely known Climate World Moscow (Mir Klimata).
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