The Slovak Matchmaking Fair is the largest international business–to– business (B2B) event organized by the Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency (SARIO) in Slovakia.
This event focuses on bilateral talks of the individual companies as well as the presentation of subcontracting partnership offers, tenders, available production capacities, joint ventures creation demands with foreign partners and search for cooperation partners especially in the fields of
- energy ICT
- logistics R&D
- and others
- Individual pre-planned schedule of B2B meetings with the history of 10 years of satisfied participants. You get the chance to find new business opportunities and partners from Slovakia and abroad in one day and in one place.
- Bilateral business negotiations based on pre-planned schedule participants receive beforehand.
- Attractive accompanying program - Expert conference Developing your business means turning ideas into innovation.
To Smart Industry you have to react with innovations
Connecting modern technology may not be just a tool for the Slovak industry to become more efficient. It gives them the opportunity to expand customer service and earn on exports of sophisticated services.
Matador Holding - Igor Šuba, Head of IT Services
Volkswagen Slovakia - Tomáš Mičík, Head of Coachwork Assembly Line Planning
Sova digital - Martin Morháč, Chairman of the Board
ixwrkx - Martina Drahošová, Business development manager
Smart Cities as a new market for the industry
Electromobility is not only an element of modern transport, but also a chance for the leading sector of the Slovak economy. And far from being the only business opportunity that cities of the future will offer to the industry.
Slovak Electric Vehicle Association - Peter Ševce, Director
FMFI UK - Prof. Branislav Sitár, Representative of the SR at CERN
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Zilina - prof. Ing. Milan Dado, PhD
Ministry of Economy - Ing. Mgr. Miriam Letašiová, Director General, Directorate General for Business Environment and Innovation
Deloitte - Ivan Lužica, Partner
How to do business with scientists
If the Slovak industry wants to make money on innovation and do business with intelligent technologies, it will not deal with scientists. Technological transfer is only one of the ways in which the state can support the development of the intelligent industry.
Advance Technologies Research Institute - Dr.h.c. prof. Dr. Ing. Oliver Moravčík, STU, Vice-Chancellor
Centre of Excellence for advanced materials application (CEMEA) - Ing. Karol Fröhlich, DrSc.
Presentations of unique prototypes of BRUTAL, Stuba Green Team and Engler FF 'superquad'.