Intersolar launches its new global conference program, Intersolar Summits. In contrast to the large international conferences, the summits will have around 200 to 300 attendees who wish to get detailed information about their respective markets and forge new contacts. The first Intersolar Summits events will take place in the first half of 2014 in New Jersey and Arizona, as well as in Mexico and Chile.
Intersolar is launching its new global conference program, Intersolar Summits. The program will build on Intersolar’s portfolio by initially running events in New Jersey, on March 20, 2014, followed by Arizona, on April 8, 2014 — and then going to Mexico on May 15, 2014 and Chile on June 19, 2014. At the various event locations, Intersolar will cooperate with local organizations and trade associations.
The first Intersolar Summit actually took place in Brazil back in 2012 and has since expanded into Intersolar South America, an event with its own exhibition and conference. The organizers intend for these events to provide new ways of accessing the market for companies working within the solar industry and their partners.
The summits are in addition to the existing Intersolar exhibitions and conferences taking place in Europe, the U.S., India, China, and South America. In contrast to the large international conferences, the summits will have around 200 to 300 attendees who wish to get detailed information about their respective markets and forge new contacts.
Up to 15 companies from within the solar industry and their partners will be invited to each summit, where they will be able to engage with the organizers onsite. With its new format, Intersolar hopes to be in a better position to help the solar industry’s globally active companies gain greater access to the market.
The precise venues and further details on each of these events can be found here.