Home Programm B2B Meetings Speakers Visits Location Downloads Contact


B2B Meetings



Save the date:

06. November 2014 - Automotive Day 2014



Future strategies of European automotive companies

in global competition


The AutomotiveDay 2013, International Day of Automotive Suppliers of the Greater Region, invites you to the Michelin tire plant in Homburg on Wednesday 9th October 2013.

This is a great opportunity to take part in presentations surrounding the theme "Future strategies of European automotive companies in global competition". Our speakers are among others the CEOs Jean-Marc GALES (CLEPA) and Klaus BRÄUNIG (VDA).

For the second time, a B2B matchmaking event is organised by the Enterpise Europe Network which is designed to facilitate cross-border networking and provides a unique opportunity to make new contacts.

You will also have the opportunity to visit important automotive locations in the Saarland and take a look behind the scenes of multinational corporations: Michelin, Schaeffler and Bosch !


Who should attend? 

This event is aimed at industrial companies in Europe that have an interest in the automotive industry of the Greater Region (Luxembourg, Wallonia, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saarland and Lorraine).


Why participate?

  1. Learn about the automotive industry within and beyond the Greater Region
  2. Make new contacts and develop cross-border business partnerships
  3. Visit one of the most important automotive locations in Germany: Michelin in Homburg (www.michelin.de


More information

Languages: English - German - French

Cost: There are no participation fees

In default of appearance the day of the event despite of binding registration an amount of 100€ per person is charged.  

27 Sept. Application deadline
30 Sept.

Online application deadline for B2B appointments

Sign up now to reserve your place!


The AutomotiveDay 2013 is organised by automotive.saarland in cooperation with the Enterprise Europe Network Saarbrücken of the ZPT Saar e.V. and four other automotive clusters of the Greater Region.



Picture Gales

Jean-Marc GALES,