13 May 2020 | Brussels, Belgium
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13 May 2020
Brussels, Belgium
Drone-Days 2.0 matchmaking event

                     Matchmaking event

                      DRONE-DAYS 2.0

                                             Business opportunities        

                                               WITH & AROUND 

                                      DRONES in CIVIL SECURITY


                                 DRONES for CIVIL APPLICATIONS in

                                TRADITIONAL ECONOMIC SECTORS

For 2020, DroneDays matchmaking event comes back with its 5th edition and follows markets' trends in business development. 

Anchored in the brand new DroneDays 2.0 Convention design and location, the matchmaking will bring participants new opportunities to further develop their business in a competitive way, via  the civil and commercial application & use of drones.

The matchmaking  event - powered by Enterprise Europe Brussels c/o hub.brussels  in collaboration with Enterprise Europe Network - is part of the DroneDays 2.0 Convention.

REASONS to COME this year :

    looking for solutions from innovative, fast reacting SMEs
  • 3-in-1 proposal, including B2Bexhibition, thematic conferences (see Program page)

WHO should participate?

  • Security players 
  • Civil security (civil protection, fire brigades, first responders, private players)
  • Drone companies (service providers, products' manufacturers, etc) 
  • Economic and academic players active in more traditional sectors 

Participant types

  • Companies / Start-up
  • Universities / Research Centres
  • Associations/Federations
  • Public Authorities/Governmental organisations
  • NGOs
  • Investors / Finance / Business Angels
  • Clusters

WHY participating?

> As a drone company, meet representatives from end-users sectors and discuss win-win collaborations.

> As a company
from a more traditional sector, do NOT dismiss a new technology as irrelevant to what you do, since it could turn out to to be a great opportunity … for YOUR competitors !


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