Exhibitions / Congresses

Batteries Event 2017

France, Nice - 03/10/2017
Batteries Event 2017 What is Batteries Event 2017?
The market for batteries and their components has experienced a strong double-digit growth for 10 years and several positive factors should ensure that the rally continues.

Firstly, this growth is based on a continuously changing portable electronics market (laptops, smartphones, tablets and now hybrids computers). Secondly, the electrification of the automobile still remains a strong driving force. While electric vehicles remain a niche market, it is a large market for batteries.

Why you need to be there?
- Expand your network
- Review the Challenges facing the batteries industry
- Learn about new best practices and last trends
- Position your company in the batteries industry
Date(s)
03/10/2017
Venue
Nice Acropolis - Nice, France
1 Esplanade Kennedy
06300 Nice
Contact for booking / more info
http://www.batteriesevent.com/conference-information
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