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World Congress offers space for young start-ups

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The organisers of this year’s ITS World Congress in Copenhagen are promising what they call a unique special exhibition space exclusively dedicated to start-ups called AREA C – Startup Connector.

ERTICO – ITS Europe say AREA C will be the first-ever exhibition space dedicated to young ventures in the history of the ITS World Congresses – the world’s largest event in Intelligent Transport Systems.

“AREA C is where decision makers meet inventive innovators, startups meet big business and investors, creativity meets management, and re-searchers meet re-thinkers,” they say in a statement. “It is a unique opportunity for startups to access and connect with leading experts in the fields of future mobility, logistics and smart city.”

With expected 10,000 visitors and 4,000 delegates from more than 100 countries, the ITS World Congress is an excellent opportunity for startups to showcase and pitch their ideas to potential investors and global leaders within the ITS industry. The Congress is also a platform for exposure to local and international press within trade, business and news media.

The exclusive benefits for young ventures are only available to the top 30 most promising startups, so to secure your space make sure you apply no later than 11 July 2018. The fee for the startup exhibitors is 1,000 euro.

The unique AREA C – Startup Connector will be cooperatively hosted by ERTICO – ITS Europe, City of Copenhagen and allDots, and your participation as a startup also gives you access to the full ITS World Congress in Copenhagen.

SMART Highways is the official podcast provider for the event delivering audio news programmes in the run-up to the Congress and every day during the week.

 
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