“Passive House components across the globe” – manufacturer’s exchange

2012 International Passive House Conference

“Passive House components across the globe” – manufacturer’s exchange

Passive House has taken the world by storm, dramatically increasing demand for Passive House suitable products in all corners of the globe. In order to help meet this demand, we would like to offer participants of the 2012 International Passive House Conference a Manufacturer’s exchange, to be held at the Hanover Congress Centre on Thursday, 3 May 2012, just prior to the conference and accompanying exhibition.

The participants to this exchange are not only searching for answers to challenging problems in their markets, they are searching for products… your products! They are looking to you as partners with whom to cooperate on the development of products adapted to their local conditions and improve their availability.

Experts of the Passive House Institute will kick off the exchange with a general introduction to the requirements of Passive House components, after which, you will have the opportunity to present your solutions for the global market and, over light snacks, get in direct contact with interested parties.

In so doing, we hope to offer you a truly fruitful platform in which to meet potential clients and partners from around the world. Are you interested in holding a brief presentation for our  international audience on your product or your experience with knowledge transfer and successful international cooperation? Would you like to present your innovations with a poster or describe your solutions in exciting personal discussions? Then be sure to fill out and send the attached form to Cornelia Baumgartner at cornelia.baumgaertner@passiv.de by 5 December 2011.

This offer is free for Passive House Conference exhibitors.

All other participating businesses will be requested to pay a small fee so as to cover the costs of organisation, room rental and catering. This exciting pre-conference event will be promoted with pamphlets, flyers and targeted mailings as well as online through our official Conference website and the hompages of the International Passive House Association (iPHA) and its affiliates in order to attract a large, international audience.

The International Passive House Association (iPHA)

2012 International Passive House Conference Organisation

Contact:

Cornelia Baumgartner

Tel.: +49 (0)6151 / 82 699 35

Cornelia.baumgaertner@passiv.de

2012 International Passive House Conference

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