Glasstec 2018 Preview

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A new press service for exhibitors and journalists!

As an exhibitor, take advantage of the opportunity to inform journalists from all over Europe in advance and exclusively about new products, to present your company or to present your products in personal talks.

glasstec 2018 is taking place for the 25th time this year between 23 and 26 October 2018. We’re expecting around 1,200 exhibitors and more than 40,000 trade visitors from around the globe again - as well as up to 250 international journalists. 

We’ve planned a new press service that premieres in 2018: 

>>> The glasstec Preview 

What’s it all about? It gives specialist journalists the chance to obtain advance information about sector innovations several months ahead of glasstec so that they can publish it in their media in time for the fair. 

The glasstec Preview is a great opportunity for exhibitors to exclusively present their innovations, company, product range and services in personal talks with around 40 journalists in advance of glasstec and ensure it is included in the journalists’ coverage of the fair in October. 

You can find more information about our "glasstec Preview" under 

We promise it involves very little effort on your behalf, yet provides you with genuine benefits! We hope very much that you’ll be able to attend on 15 June 2018. 

The glasstec team

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