The development of the Elektro Exhibition is impressing!

Every year, Elektro increases its exposition space and welcomes new participants from all over the world.

Countries represented at Elektro:
Armenia, Austria, Bulgaria, Byelorussia, China, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Italy, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Moldavia, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey and Ukraine.

The results of the poll conducted among the 2005 exhibitors also show the leading position of the exhibition on the market. The largest Russian and foreign companies traditionally choose Elektro to demonstrate their novelties and achievements to a wide circle of specialists as well as to get into the electrical products market.
91% of the respondents said they were satisfied with the results of their interaction with visitors.

The Elektro exhibitors always find an interested audience of specialists who are authorized to make decisions. Their expectations are always fulfilled.
¾ of the visitors are managers, specialists and chief executives who are professionally interested in the exhibition.

Electric engineering and products are used in all branches of the modern economy. They have become an integral part of our life. That is why the Elektro Exhibition sparks a close interest of a wide circle of specialists and visitors.

Active participation in the exhibition of Russian manufacturers and suppliers of Russian-made products give evidence to the electrical industry’s significance rise in the recent year. Participation of the leading industry companies in the exhibition, establishment of useful contacts and effective business communication with the target audience will bring maximum results. The Russian businessmen who participated in Elektro have already experienced it firsthand.

Elektro is a strong connecting link between manufacturers of electrical products and its consumers – sellers and suppliers from different regions of Russia.