Preparations for the 64th International Fair of Technics and Technical Achievements, scheduled for 19-22 May 2020, are already underway. This regional fair leader, but also a representative of the global fair industry across all fields of technics and technical and technological innovations, should once again confirm and establish its high rating and reputation it enjoys.
On this day, exactly 82 years ago, Belgrade Fair had opened its gates, thus paving the way to regional trade from the capital. At today’s Staro sajmište, the first fair event was held, which was a phenomenon within the European framework, well received by local and international participants and visitors.
On the occasion of a highly successful realization of the 63rd International Fair of Technology, the Belgrade Fair supported the winner at the national competition for the best technological innovation in Serbia in 2018. The support went to 3F-Fit Fabricando Faber, whose project “Motimove – Pacemaker for Movements”, together with other finalists at this competition, was also presented at this year’s Technical Fair.
In all honesty, Technical Fair has become an extraordinary and quite a logical place for presentation and promotion of technical achievements for more than six decades now. In the meantime, it has also become a meeting point of business world that not only informs but also sells and buys at the fair, which is something ordinary visitors can see for themselves.
Ambassador of Egypt to Serbia, Mr. Amr Aljowaily, and the embassy counselor, Ms. Rasha Soliman Mohi visited the 63rd International Technical Fair, i.e., several exhibitions, as well as the most interesting exhibits and thus became acquainted with the Egyptian companies’ performance at the fair.
The most successful participants were presented with traditional awards and accolades “Step into the Future” at the 63rd International Fair of Technics and Technical Achievements.
Finally, the 21st of May is the day when the 63rd International Fair of Technics and Technical Achievements welcomes the technical, technological and scientific elite from all the world’s meridians. In the entire world fair industry, it is a well-known fact that the New Belgrade Fair started its walk-through modern history back in 1957, thus becoming the foundation and support for the fair industry in Serbia, but also the matrix from where some other great, specialized events of Belgrade Fair
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia is an independent, modern and responsible non-budgetary institution, a national association of all Serbian businesspeople, which serves the best interests of its members and the Serbian economy, owing to its tradition, experience and knowledge. Our key commitment is to make Serbia visible as a market economy country, with investment opportunities, open borders, and ready to join the European trends in a competitive way.
The Accompanying Program of the Technical Fair includes two lectures that will be held by the Serbian National Internet Domain Registry – RNIDS representatives on Wednesday, May 22, from 12:00 until 14: 00 in the presentation hall 2 C.
The Innovation Fund of the Republic of Serbia is a specialized institution that provides support to innovative activities and manages financial resources for innovation stimulation purposes. The Fund’s intention is to contribute to overall development of innovations by implementing various financial instruments that encourage the establishment of new tech companies and strengthen existing ones, their focus on capital markets and attraction of direct investments in high technology and development.
Russia will show effective technologies of the future at the 63rd International Fair of Equipment and Technical Achievements TECHNICAL FAIR 2019. The Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation will present a joint exposition at the world exhibition “TECHNICAL FAIR” on May 21-24, 2019 in Serbia.
One hundred and sixteen teams competed for the BEST TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION in 2018, organized by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia. The competition started in April 2018, and after several rounds of elimination the competition ended at the end of December with six teams going to the finals (four from Belgrade and one from Stara Pazova and Nova Varos), with the final victory of “Motimove” team.