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The networking nature of the event (which was introduced two years ago at the first Aeromixer) will generally remain intact – the organiser – Bosetti Global Consulting – is focusing on the model of “speed business dating”, which lets the guests meet quickly and conveniently and share information with as many potential business partners as possible.

“The event will be based on rotating table meetings in small groups. Everyone will be able to present their offers to numerous potential partners and conduct 1 on 1 conversations in order to learn more about potential cooperation and establishment of closer relations,” explains Enrico Ciullo, the Coordinator of the Civil & Military Aeromixer.

“This model has proven to be very effective. The participants of the first Aeromixer really appreciated it. Many of them are planning on returning. We are expecting a lot more people in 2020 – approximately 150 companies and institutions, around 30% more than two years ago. Most will be representatives of the aviation industry – including giants like Collins Aerospace. However, we are also seeing considerable interest from entities operating in other segments but considering expansion or transformation of their business profiles” – adds Fabrizio Bosetti of CEO Bosetti Global Consulting (Main Organiser).

“Aeromixer 2020 is not our first time here. This time, we will serve as the Strategic Partner. We like the formula proposed by the organisers very much. Both key players in the aeronautic industry and companies just starting in the business will have the opportunity to learn about the offers of potential business partners quickly and efficiently – they will be able to determine the demand and establish prospective business relations. The aviation industry is developing dynamically, which is why events promoting cooperation and networking like Aeromixer are very important,” says Radosław Majda, CEO, Collins Aerospace Wrocław.

Perspectives of aviation in Poland

The scientific segment and discussion panels will be equally important parts of the Civil and Military Aeromixer 2020. The event will open with a plenary conference moderated by Professor Edward Chlebus, PhD. Eng. of the Wrocław University of Science and Technology, which will include presentations by representatives of aviation institutions and businesses as well as representatives of ministries. The conference will be followed by presentations concerning the future of the aviation sector in Poland, its main problems, and perspectives for development.

The presentations will be followed by discussion panels, the first of which – moderated by representatives of Collins Aerospace – will be dedicated to innovative production processes in the aviation sector with particular consideration of additive manufacturing and the associated certification procedures within the sector. The second will be moderated by Pratt & Whitney and will be dedicated to Aviation 4.0 with particular consideration of what has already been done in Poland and the perspectives for the future.

The event is organised by Bosetti Global Consulting in cooperation with Confindustria Est Europa, the Lower Silesian Aviation Cluster, the “INVEST-PARK” Special Economic Zone in Wałbrzych, and the Legnica Special Economic Zone.

In addition to the aforementioned companies, the meeting will be attended by numerous enterprises and institutions returning from the previous Aeromixer – the participants of Aeromixer 2018 included Leonardo Company, PZL-Świdnik, Airbus Group Poland, UTC Aerospace Systems, Pratt & Whitney Kalisz, PZL Mielec Sikorsky (Lockheed Martin Group), Avio Aero A GE, and Flaris / Metal-Master.

Companies interested in attending the Civil and Military Aeromixer 2020 can register (and find all additional information about the meeting) at https://aeromixer.eu/en/aeromixer-en/registration-form-a/ .