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International trade exhibition for foodservice and hospitality industry"HORECA is Greece's top trade show for industry professionals, offering access to new products, networking opportunities, and targeted events. Professionals from across Greece's tourism, coffee, and catering sectors will attend.
International Exhibition of climatic technologies ( Climatherm ) will be held in Athens in Metropolian Exhibition Centre on 1 - 4 March 2012. This is bienalle event. There will be discussed the following themes: Air conditioning Heating Refrigeration Irrigation Solar energy Naturak gas
Sunday the 25th of April 2010, was the closing day of MEDWOOD trade exhibition which was held in the new ultramodern exhibition centre METROPOLITAN EXPO, (Athens International airport area). MEDWOOD, the great exhibition on timber, furniture materials, wood construction, decoration and innovation, in fact leaded in the briefing of professionals who visited it. For 4 days the world of timber was there; suppliers, tradesmen, constructors, architects, civil engineers and designers expressed their impressiveness and satisfaction as much for the organisation and the quality of exhibits as for the appreciable image of the participating companies. Doubtless, this year's MEDWOOD, with timber being the basic protagonist, moved one step forward, showing high quality and aesthetics exhibits, presenting the most important brand names as exhibitors, organising notable scientific meetings, adapting European standards regarding the organisation but also leaving the visitors satisfied. 17.500 s.m. of covered exhibit space is translated in 30% increase in comparison to the previous MEDWOOD which was held in 2008. More analytically, 12.000 professionals visited this year's MEDWOOD, which means a 9% increase in comparison to MEDWOOD 2008, a result being absolutely satisfactory, given the fact of the difficult current economic situations but also the general fall of most Greek trade fairs that were organised during the last semester! It is important to mention that there was a 300% increase in special visitors which is constituted by no other than architects, civil engineers but also designers. More analytically 2.500 professionals of this special audience visited this year's MEDWOOD against 600 in 2008. The number of visitors from abroad (mainly from Cyprus and Balkans) reached 600, about at the same levels as in the previous MEDWOOD. Therefore, MEDWOOD is the greater exhibition of timber and furniture materials in the Balkans and the Middle