it-sa is one of the largest IT security fairs in Europe taking place on 8-10 October in Nuremberg, Germany. The fair focuses on trends & innovations in the IT security sector and presents a unique opportunity for business exchanges, networking and updating knowledge on latest trends.

With the kind support of BITMi, we are delighted to launch a call for a European delegation of ICT SMEs to visit the IT fair.

Participants will benefit from a full-service package including on-site support in English, networking opportunities to find business partners across Europe, and a fully arranged programme.

 

Your benefits at a glance:

Meet your future business partners & develop your European network.

On-site support by DIGITAL SME & BITMi.

Match-making and business speed dating*.

Update yourself on latest trends and innovation in IT security.

Opportunities for informal exchanges & social programme including visit of Nuremberg.

Participation fee is 299 EUR for non-members and is FREE for DIGITAL SME members*!

 

How to register?

  • If you’d like to join the delegation, 
  • Any questions? Please send an email to DIGITAL SME at alinck@digitalsme.eu.

Practical details

  • What & where? Trends & innovations in the IT security sector | 8 – 10 October 2019, Exhibition Centre, 90471 Nuremberg.
  • Why go? In 2018, 700 exhibitors from 27 countries presented their latest security solutions in three halls. With 14,290 trade visitors, it-sa once again demonstrated that it is the must-do event for the IT security sector.
  • Where to stay?
  • How to get there?

“If you are active in cybersecurity and you’d like to find European business partners, you should join us at it-sa!”

 

* Participation in the delegation is free for members of DIGITAL SME and its member organisations. All participants have to cover their own travel expenses and hotel costs. The fee for non-members covers the participation in the delegation and the benefits explained above. The match-making and business speed dating will only take place if a sufficient number of SMEs register.