Leading European industry representatives to present forward-thinking visions during the Eurovent Summit 2016 “Beyond HVACR” in Krakow, Poland.
The Eurovent association has published the programme for its Eurovent INNOVATION/HUB, which takes place on 29 September 2016. It constitutes the flagship event of the 2016 Eurovent Summit in Krakow, Poland. In the unique environment of Stara Zajezdnia, an old tram depot, the INNOVATION/HUB is going to host leading industry personalities to present visions and ideals through keynote presentations given in a TED-style manner. The event follows Eurovent’s lead ideal of thinking “Beyond HVACR”. Global measurement and controlling devices manufacturer WIKA, Industry Leader of the 2016 Eurovent Summit, is co-hosting this event.
The event will commence with a keynote by Mr William Pagani (Group Marketing Director at EPTA GROUP), who is going to elaborate the future of commercial refrigeration. He will be followed by Mr Anders Freyschuss (Managing Director at Camfil) who visualises particles that matter. Subsequently, Mr Guillermo Rosenberg, (Managing Director at HITECSA) explains to Eurovent Summit visitors how he has reinvented a business model ‘Made in Europe’. The keynotes conclude with Ms Monika Witt (Managing Director at WITT Kältemaschinenfabrik), who provides for an outlook on a natural future.
“It has become increasingly important for our members to think beyond HVACR. Following a 360-degree approach that does not only take into account the latest technologies or legislative developments, but also issues such as global relations, environmental aspects, and IT revolutions”, states Mr Morten Schmelzer (International Director at Eurovent). “The 2016 Eurovent Summit aims to provide visitors with more than just technical meetings and seminars. In fact, our flagship events stimulate visionary ideas and highlight out-of-the-box approaches.”
Eurovent is Europe’s Industry Association for Indoor Climate, Process Cooling, and Food Cold Chain Technologies. Its members from throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa represent more than 1.000 companies, the majority small and medium-sized manufacturers.
Press release by Eurovent. Check more information at www.eurovent-summit.eu.