International networking between experts, decision makers and planning business
Because of the high numbers of international audience from all over the world, there should be enough space for encouraged discussions on the special challenges, topics and results of strategies, concepts, technologies and solutions for current topics from the world of planning. International experts and decision makers from business, politics, science, research and public administration have used REAL CORP as a well-established platform for the presentation of corporations, businesses and best practises operating of past, ongoing and future projects.
During the last years, REAL CORP conferences have been supported by many corporations and institutions. Their contributions helped establish a successful exchange of knowledge and experience between scientists and business practitioners on most relevant spatial topics. Therefore, REAL CORP offers a professional place for your specific business marketing and promotion of successfully implemented solutions. Well-known international business players such as Siemens, Kapsch, Doppelmayr cable cars and many others have attended REAL CORP and contributed to a successful conference.
The REAL CORP business and marketing exhibition offers you and your business multiple ways for networking activities as well as presentation of past, ongoing, and future projects. Make new international business contacts, initiate project co-operations, and present your company or project to several hundred spatial planning experts from all around the world. For an individual guidance to customize your personal preferences, please contact the REAL CORP organising team via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org!
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During the last years, REAL CORP conferences have been supported by many corporations and institutions. Their contributions helped establishing a successful exchange of knowledge and experience between scientists and business practioners on most relevant spatial topics.