Future Match 2017 at the information and communication technology (ICT) fair CeBIT in Hannover, Germany, is the 19th edition of the international brokerage event organised by the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), the largest business support network in Europe. Since 1999, Future Match has enabled enterprises and research organisations to find partners for international cooperation such as sales and licence agreements, joint ventures, subcontracting, technology transfer or research & development projects.
The programme will include additional services such as advisory services on intellectual property right (IPR) in ICT and on European ICT research funding.
277 companies and research organisations from over 30 countries participated in Future Match 2016 and met for 1,000 bilateral meetings. Read more on last edition...
The Enterprise Europe Network Sector Group ICT is supporting Future Match 2017.
The meetings will take place at CeBIT in Hannover, Hannover Fairground.
Get the latest information about ICT trends and innovations
Promote your products, technologies and know-how
Find a solution for your IT problem
Find new commercial and technology partners
Find new clients and cooperation or business partners
Discuss new project ideas
Big Data & Cloud
Business Electronics & Equipment
Commerce & Banking
Communication & Networks
ECM, Input/Output Solutions
ERP & HR Solutions
Internet of Things
Marketing and Sales Solutions
Research & Innovation
Unmanned Systems & Solutions
How to participate?
Register (regular fee: 110 EUR + VAT, incl. CeBIT exhibition tickets) and provide a cooperation profile describing your offer or request.
All the participants’ profiles will be published in the online catalogue on this website.
Browse the catalogue and book meetings with participants you are interested in.
Prior to the event you will receive an individual meeting schedule and your entrance tickets.
Come to our booth to conduct the 30-minute meetings. Read more...
Advisory services on intellectual property right (IPR) in ICT
Advisory services on the European ICT research funding