IADE Tunisia 2020: Find the key figures!
Honored by the President of the Republic, Kaïs Saïed, the opening ceremony was held on Wednesday March 4, in the presence of the Minister of National Defense Mr Imad Hazgui, the Minister of Transport and Logistics Anouar Maarouf as well as other Tunisian and foreign civilian and military figures.
The opening of IADE Tunisia was marked by the organization of a series of air shows performed with great professionalism by the Saudi patrol “Saudi Hawks”, a passage of a patrol of the F-16 Turks, as well as passages of the Tunisian Air Force.
23 exhibiting countries
75% of international exhibitors
42 civilian and military delegations
165 accredited journalists from five continents
13,900 professional visitors
30,000 visitors to the general public (March 7 and 8)
51 participating countries
80,000m of gross exhibition area
Civilian and military delegations attended
Officials who came to meet their counterparts as well as international manufacturers to prepare their equipment plans.
An opportunity that rarely presents itself and which brings together such profiles with intersecting interests (selling, buying, canvassing, getting information …).
Individualized meeting schedules have been designed based on the choices expressed by each participant.
These meetings took place on the stands during the show.
Exhibitors, in particular SMEs looking for contractors, who wish to benefit from a program of individualized meetings with other companies with a business purpose: Identification of new partners
During the 3 professional days of the show, a cycle of business meetings took place, the objective of which was to connect manufacturers with a view to creating commercial, industrial and technological opportunities. These B2B meetings brought together:
• 165 participants from 10 countries including 15 principals,
• 348 pre-programmed B2B meetings.
More numerous than ever, more than 30,000 visitors, of all backgrounds and ages, were able to attend the air shows scheduled during the 2 days for the general public on Saturday and Sunday. The main objective of these days was to encourage vocations in a fast-growing sector in Tunisia and to broaden the range of potential interests.
United Arab Emirates