The Battery Show, 12th – 14th September 2017, Novi, Michigan, US
The Battery Show event details
Date: 12th – 14th September 2017
Address: Halls A-B-C, Suburban Collection Showplace, 46100 Grand River Avenue, Novi, MI 48374
Official website: http://www.thebatteryshow.com/
Exhibition cost: This event is free to attend
About The Battery Show 2017
The Battery Show 2017 marks the eighth year of this annual event that focuses on the latest advancements and innovations in the battery technology industry. It is always a grand event, and with an aim to help ideas to be born, to strengthen relationships and to forge new partnerships, The Battery Show sets itself grand goals too.
It’s the biggest show of this kind anywhere in North America, with both manufacturers and end-users attending from around the world, bringing with them the newest ideas and latest technologies.
They have a special focus on finding electric and hybrid solutions for vehicles and automobiles, utility and renewable energy support, portable electronics, medical technologies, military technologies, telecommunications and more.
You can expect business leaders, technical experts and consultants at this event, all with the focus of looking for more efficient, safe and cost-effective products.
The conference itself will have over 700 delegates with more than 35 sessions and 150 speakers. Some of the companies that have previously spoken at The Battery Show include Google, Toyota, Ford, Mercedes-Benz and Delphi, so you can expect to hear talks from some of the industry’s leaders.
This event draws much attention, as well as sponsors and supporters. With the increasingly technological world that is placing a new emphasis on greener technology that is also smarter, the products that are showcased at this event are carefully watched by many!
Who will attend The Battery Show 2017?
Given the importance of batteries in so many industries, you can expect attendees from some of the following sectors:
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