The new technological face of Bulgaria will be presented at Thessaloniki International Fair

The new technological face of Bulgaria will be presented at Thessaloniki International Fair

Our country is this year’s guest of honour at the exhibition

Over 60 national organizations and successful Bulgarian companies from different sectors will present the new technological face of our country at the 87th Thessaloniki International Fair. The event will take place from 9 to 17 September in Thessaloniki, and this year the focus is on Bulgaria as the guest of honour. The exhibition will be attended by Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov, the Minister of Economy and Industry Bogdan Bogdanov, mayors and ministers. The national participation in the 87th edition of the Thessaloniki International Fair is organized by the Ministry of Economy and Industry. The Bulgarian Hall will be officially opened on 9 September by Prime Minister Denkov and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

At the Bulgarian national stand in Thessaloniki, organizations and institutions will be presented enterprises such as the Bulgarian Investment Agency (BIA), the National Company of Industrial Zones (NCIZ), the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) and others. Dozens of Bulgarian companies from various sectors such as high-tech and IT, companies related to the food industry, education, transport, mechanical engineering and others will present their activities at separate stands.

During the event the Minister of Economy and Industry Bogdan Bogdanov will open a Bulgarian-Greek forum. It will be attended by ministers and representatives of various institutions and companies. During the forum, emphasis will be placed on the promotion of bilateral relations between Bulgaria and Greece in the areas of investment, innovation, infrastructure, energy, tourism, etc.

The Thessaloniki International Fair has existed for almost 100 years and for decades has been an economic hub that attracts representatives of leading industrial sectors and entrepreneurs from all over the world. Each year, the nine days it takes place are a time for exchanging business ideas. Traditionally, the exhibition is attended by over 200,000 people, around 1,500 exhibitors from 19 countries including the UAE, USA, Luxembourg, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Indonesia, Ukraine, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Armenia, Iran, Italy, Poland, Serbia, Cyprus, Georgia, Romania, India, Nepal and Egypt.

More information about Bulgarian participation here: https://www.thessalonikifair.gr/en/honored-country-bulgaria