Codespring at Future Match 2015, CeBIT, Hanover
March 16-20, Hanover, Germany, @CeBIT: Codespring representatives will attend Future Match 2015 that will be organized for the 17th time by Leibniz University Hannover (LUH), Enterprise Europe Network Lower Saxony, Germany. Future Match, as an integral part of the CeBIT Research and Development, has enabled enterprises and research organizations to find partners for international cooperation: sales and license agreements, joint ventures, subcontracting, technology transfer or research & development projects.
Future Match has constantly proven its potential for developing new cooperation and facilitating the partners’ actual encounter. In 2014, the Future Match report revealed the following figures:
- 286 participants registered
- 31 countries represented
- 582 cooperation profiles submitted
- 1.263 bilateral meetings booked
Among the 286 (266 with meetings) participants there were: 230 companies, 27 universities, 8 R&D organizations, 21 networks, clusters or other associations.
In total there were 582 cooperation profiles submitted: 323 Business Cooperations, 158 Technology Offers, 29 Technology Requests and 72 R&D Projects.
Within the 1263 bilateral meetings scheduled, 31 countries have been represented and most clients came from Germany (65), followed by Poland (62), Italy (19), Hungary (13) and Brazil (12).
A brokerage event is a quick and easy way to meet potential cooperation partners. Participants meet from 16th to 20th March 2015 (9:30 – 18:00) at Future Match stand (hall 9, booth C40) for pre-arranged bilateral meetings.
Check Codespring’s profile on the b2match.eu/futurematch2015 page and book a meeting with our COO – Eng. Walter Brem.
Specialized in electronics, telecommunications and information technology, Eng. Walter Brem joined Codespring 8 years ago. In time, he has been made responsible with company’s operations and assigned projects. His objectives are to develop the business from a commercial side on the international market and from a technical side as well, by engaging the software engineers team in projects that develop innovative technologies.
The focus for 2015 and the next five years is to involve Codespring in the development of complex industrial software applications and projects that require embedded and mobile programming expertise (e.g. IoT – Internet of Things), especially applications that run on dedicated hardware.
CeBIT 2015 opens its gates to visitors from around the globe on Monday 16 March. It will run for five days, closing on 20 March. The official Partner Country for CeBIT 2015 is China, the world’s second-biggest IT market and one of the fastest-growing nations in the area of information technology and telecommunications. Codespring will exhibit within the Romanian pavilion, Hall 6. More updates, coming soon.