Exhibitors and visitors alike were satisfied upon the closure of the 36th Construma on Sunday. The greatest home making and construction industry assortment of exhibitions of the Central Eastern European region attracted even more visitors than last year, with nearly 60 thousand guests attending the exhibition at the Hungexpo Budapest Fair Center. The first construction industry job fair was highly successful, which was Hungexpo's way of reacting to one of the greatest problems of the industry. More: here
Hungary’s biggest building engineering exhibition opens its gates again in 2017. The leading construction industry and home making exhibition bunch in Hungary and in the Central-Eastern European region includes the building engineering HUNGAROTHERM ,the building industry (CONSTRUMA) the HOMEDesign, garden design and maintenance (CONSTRUMA GARDEN) the renewable energies (RENEO) topics together with the building engineering covers all the elements of the Homemaking. Click here to see this year's exhibitors!
Why is it worth to exhibit here?
The exhibition bunch builds on synergic connections between the different fields: Organizing the related fields (building engineering, building energetics,home makig) together attracts more visitors, who are also intrested in the HUNGAROTHERM exhibition. Separating the thematics (building engineering, windows, doors, gates, isolation) in one pavilion generates more visitors and new connections.
In the neighbourhood of the HUNGAROTHERM because of the relating topic, the CONSTRUMA ELECTROLIGHT will take place, which involves the topic of building electricity, lightning technology, buliding automatization.
Nowadays the HUNGAROTHERM is a significant part of the exhibition bunch. 13% of the visitors are coming especially for the Reneo .The exhibition is accompanied by many conferences, workshop lectures and in the weekend special lectures about constructions and renovations and will be held for the public.
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ABOUT THE VISITORS
Some opinion from exhibitors about HUNGAROTHERM 2013:
‘We are writing this letter to thank you for the work and efforts you put into the organisation of this year’s Construma/Hungarotherm exhibition. We were particularly happy to see that Hungexpo managed to maintain the level of interest in the event in spite of the current economic difficulties. After much deliberation - owing to the difficult situation - we decided to build up our own stand this year again, thanks to the favourable opportunities for showing ourselves and to the positive experience from earlier years. Though the sale and purchase of air conditioning equipment typically peaks off in the second half of the year, we have already managed to sell more than 10 - Hungarotherm prize winner - systems to our customers visiting the exhibition. In this way our participation in the exhibition has already brought about positive results, even in such a short span of time. In view of the positive experience we have already added the Hungarotherm event in our year 2015 marketing plan which we hope you will manage to stage again so we can meet again there and then!”
Dr. Miklós Chappon
Executive Director, Kamleithner Kft.
‘As always, we were very satisfied with the Hungarotherm exhibition this time again. The most important aspect for us is the number of visitors. On each day of the event we met some 200-300 interested partners or potential partners at our stand, most of whom were mechanics or contractors. This is crucial, since they play a major role in end-users’ decision making. The accompanying professional programmes raised the standards of the event even higher. If we can afford to, we will definitely come back and participate in your exhibitions.”
Hőtechnikai és Gépipari Kft.
‘HERZ Armatúra Hungária Kft. found the Hungarotherm exhibition - in combination with the Reneo exhibition of renewable energy sources - to be quite a challenge. Since our company is massively present in both segments, we combined the two exhibitions in a larger stand.
After recent exhibitions that attracted smaller numbers of visitors we had some concern about the level of interest but those concerns were swept away by the very first day of the event, when our stand was visited by unexpected numbers of trade visitors.
This trend continued nearly until the very end of the exhibition, though on the last two days we saw an increased number of consumer visitors, keeping our staff constantly busy.
On the whole, we had the honour of participating in an event with large numbers of visitors from our target audience.’
HERZ Armatúra Hungária Kft.
|Professional co-patron of the fair trade
Hungarian Building Engineering Association
|Professional co-patron of the fair trade
Hungarian Building Engineering Coordinational Association
Patron of the fair trade