Hannover Messe 2019

Apr 2019
Time: 9:30am

The ISE Project is organising a free delegation visit to HANNOVER MESSE - the world’s largest industrial trade fair.

HANNOVER MESSE covers all key technologies and core areas of industry – from research and development, industrial automation, IT, industrial supply, production technologies and services to energy and mobility technologies.

List of exhibitors HERE.

Trade Show Line-Up 2019 HERE.

Our 3-day programme will give you the opportunity  to network with various innovative companies from our ISE partner regions (afternoon of networking activities on day 1), and will give you FREE entrance to Hannover Messe - the leading European technology & engineering fair (day 2 and day 3), including access to B2B meetings facilitated by Enterprise Europe Network!

Why attend?

  • Network & make new contacts with like-minded businesses in NL, FR, BE, and the UK
  • Attend HANNOVER MESSE 2019 – the industry's global hotspot!
  • Become a member of the ISE Mechatronics Cross-Border Cluster 


You can express an interest in attending this event by filling in the below registration form. 

For more information, you can contact:


Andra Grecu andra.grecu@kent.gov.uk +44 (0) 3000 422416

East Flanders:           

Els Delaere els.delaere@voka.be +32 (0) 497 52 28 13

West Flanders:           

Christ Defoszé christ.defosze@pomwvl.be +32 (0) 468 17 10 75


Denise van Eekeren dve@innovatiehuis.nl +31 (0) 6 441 99 144


Karim Neghli kneghli@aditec.org +33 (0) 7 77 03 28 73 

Please note that this cross-border programme is aimed at companies from/interested in becoming members of the ISE Cross-Border Cluster (Mechatronics). 

The clusters provide a forum for businesses and experts from the 4 ISE countries (UK, France, Belgium & the Netherlands) to meet together, collaborate and attend a series of bespoke cluster events.

Further details on the ISE clusters can be found here

Companies are invited to express an interest in attending HANNOVER MESSE with the ISE project but please note that limited spaces are available

This programme is being organised through the EU funded ISE Project and is subject to de minimis state aid regulations. 

Intended for: Manufacturing/Engineering companies from/interested in joining the ISE mechatronics cluster