HANNOVER MESSE 2020 Digital Days - the online event for the industry


With the Digital Days on 14 and 15 July 2020, HANNOVER MESSE is adding a digital event to its portfolio this year.

This community event for industry revolves around current developments in the fields of industry, energy and logistics, and poses the question of how the transformation of industry can succeed. What levers must be applied so that the industry can recover quickly from the consequences of the shutdown?

In addition to the exciting conference program from the worlds of business, science and politics, the product and solution presentations of the partners, live chat and networking opportunities are further pillars of the event.

The Partner Country of HANNOVER MESSE 2020 Indonesia will be part of the program, as will the presentation of the Hermes Award and the Womenpower career congress.

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