Italy in Technological Progress with SMAU 2008

Posted By: About Italy on October, 13 2008 in Art, Curiosity, Exhibitions, Games, Milan, Rome, Siena (Tuscany)

Technologies and the ICT world don’t stop their growth and Smau comes back once again in Milan, this year on its 45th edition.

SMAU 2008 (“Salone Macchine Automazione Ufficio”, “Office Automation Trade Fair“) is the most important trade fair in Italy, entirely dedicated to the technological growth and development. SMAU is a unique event which every year suggests to all its visitors (enterprises and ICT operators) the most innovative technologies created by Italian research.

Smau especially focuses on continuous development and progress which every year the Italian research makes more and more, and the exhibition’s aim is most of all to increase the value of this growth, emphasizing the concrete results which technology brought on companies, mentioning also some famous cases.

In particular, the event is meant to give visibility to young and new research, by giving advice about the very best in Italy. In this way Smau becomes a real meeting-point between supply and demand, and thanks to “Percorsi dell’innovazione. Dall’ idea al business” (“Paths of innovation. From the idea to the business”), ideas, backers and companies meet face to face to discuss about a growth which can involve whoever is relative to the sector.

To this end Smau, besides the extraordinary trade show installation which takes up three pavilions of the FieraMilanoCity, proposes a wide range of conventions to discuss and confront each other about new technological proposals and possible corporate advantages and problems to face.

Smau 2008 is much more than a trade fair, in fact it represents a unique event which every year, better than others, succeeds in optimizing Italian progress in the field of Information and Communication Technology.

Smau 2008 is waiting for you from 15th to 18th October at FieraMilanoCity at pavilions 1, 2 and 3…obviously in Milan!

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