BUS2BUS 2021 shifts to a higher gear

New location: Hub27

kf - Wednesday, February 12, 2020    

New location: Hub27
Foto: Messe Berlin

Germany's exclusive trade fair for the bus sector, the only one of its kind, is moving to a new location. The show scheduled to take place from April 13 to 15, 2021 will be located at Messe Berlin's new multi-purpose location hub27. With an area of 10,000 square metres, hub27 has everything that an event like BUS2BUS could need: State-of-the-art technology, a flexible floor plan and a roof terrace that can be used for displays. According to Kerstin Kube-Erkens, senior product manager for BUS2BUS, "hub27 is the perfect place for our trade fair, where the future takes priority". Additionally, for the first time, the Future Forum and bdo Congress will be combined, as evidence of the close links between innovation, visionary ideas, best practice, politics and the media. Leading international speakers from business, politics, research and product development will inspire listeners and impart some important ideas. Kube-Erkens welcomes the symbiosis: "Interactive formats will introduce issues of imminent importance to the Future Forum stage. At the same time, 'BUS2Explore' will provide special formats as a practical and performance-based way of establishing how various aspects relate to reality", she stated.

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