European Venture Market for investors and entrepreneurs

October 4, 2004

Brussels, 01 Oct 2004

The second European Venture Market aimed at matching investors with entrepreneurs will take place in Berlin, Germany, from 14 to 15 December.

The following industries will be represented:
- automotive;
- electrical engineering;
- mechanical engineering;
- metal works;
- nanotechnology/surface technology;
- hardware and software;
- electronics and instrumentation;
- automation/robotics;
- new materials;
- regenerative energies

For more information, please contact:
Patrick Schulze
E-mail: patrick.schulze@continua.de Tel: +49 30 44 03 86 48

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