Subcontracting Trade Fair
21–23rd Sept 2021
Tue-Wed 9am-5pm, Thu 9am-4pm
Tue-Wed 9am-5pm, Thu 9am-4pm
Brighter outlook with regards to the COVID-19 pandemic brings faith for recovery of the fair and event industry the forthcoming fall. Tampere Trade Fairs Group confirm that the fair season at the Tampere Exhibition and Sports Centre will start in the beginning of September with a consumer fair.
“We have made a decision with regards of the fall events, and the exhibition season in Tampere will start according to plans in the beginning of September. The improvement of the pandemic situation and progress of the vaccinations have given us faith."
The first Subcontracting and AlihankintaHEAT virtual event in history, which took place The effects of the corona pandemic will be visible for a long time to come, but fortunately there is already hope that the situation will end, especially in Finland. The pandemic is changing and has already changed the normal daily lives of us all.
Resilience is today a new buzzword alongside digitalisation, sustainable development and carbon neutrality. Despite the pandemic, the laws of profitable business for companies have not disappeared. Customers, their needs and continuous development are still at the heart of everything.
The largest subcontracting industry trade fair in the Nordic countries, Subcontracting 2020 and AlihankintaHEAT, were launched today for the first time fully virtually online. Until Thursday 10.12. players in the manufacturing industry will be pampered with live program and pre-recorded video broadcasts directly from the studio of the Tampere Exhibition and Sports Centre, as well as the opportunity to network with industry professionals and companies on the Brella networking platform. The virtual event is free of charge for visitors. The event website is open around the clock until 10.12. 11:59 pm and can be accessed at alihankintavirtual.fi.
Stora Enso has been chosen as the most startup-friendly company in Finland in 2020. Stora Enso launched significant cooperation with numerous startup companies, and private equity investors are also actively involved in the networks.The award was given to Stora Enso, on 8th of December at Alihankinta virtual event.
"At the time of writing this text, the corona situation in Finland is getting worse and new restrictions are underway. There is also the light-deprived November bringing us down. In addition to the virus, we are fighting apathy and an uncertain future. These times emphasise the importance of strengthening the psychological feelings of safety and trust. Safety creates trust, and trust begets safety. And this emotional state is something we must look after in our society with special vigilance," writes Jarno Limnéll.
Latvia and Finland are aiming at being Champions in the area of open data. Indeed, Latvia is leading in the Baltic region while Finland is excelling in the Nordic region.
As public sector is creating large amounts of data from surveys, digital maps, and forestry related information, and as researchers supplement them with synthetic datasets, new data-drived solutions and business models are expected to emerge.
Subcontracting presents the metal, electronics, plastics and rubber industries, industrial ICT solutions, as well as design and consulting within these fields. In three days, Finland's leading industrial event will offer visitors a unique overview of the industry's prospects and the future. Event will be implemented as a hybrid, which means that part of the theme and program will be published online, whereas the networking and acquiring contacts will be centralized into the exhibition halls.Latest news › Virtual event 2020 ›