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December 8-9 - AQUATHERM TBILISI 2017 The 4th International trade fair for heating, air conditioning, sanitary fittings, bath & design and renewable energy. more >
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December 8-9 - AQUATHERM TBILISI 2017 The 4th International trade fair for heating, air conditioning, sanitary fittings, bath & design and renewable energy. more >

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kl General overview

Aquatherm exhibition is the concept developed by one of the global leaders of the exhibition industry - Reed Exhibitions. Stated trade fair is being organized by Expo Georgia for the fourth time in 2017. The event will be held on 8-9 December, 2017 in the eleventh pavilion of Expo Georgia fairground. 

The event promises unite the best and brightest of the industry, providing the equipment and expertise of the global and local leaders of heating, energy technology, sustainable energy, cooling, air conditioning and ventilation industries.

Created for the industry by the industry

Unique concept developed by Reed Exhibitions matched with the long-standing experience of Expo Georgia in organizing international exhibitions in Georgia, create a strong foundation for a large-scale international exhibition, with the flair that is characteristic for the country. Focusing on the preferences and needs of local visitors, the event is to become the biggest networking platform of the region for the pertaining industries. 

The event is also one of the most efficient ways for testing potential market entry into Georgian and Caucasus Market, whether with the objective of researching the interest towards the product, learning about the competition or finding and cultivating new partnerships. 

Best Location of the Caucasus Region

Aquatherm Tbilisi 2017 will be held at Expo Georgia – the only exhibition venue in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia and the leading one in the whole Caucasus Region. Set within the post-industrial Didube-Chugureti district of Tbilisi, Expo Georgia is a 14-hectare campus located northeast of the historic city center. The complex is centered in an extensively landscaped sequence of gardens and park spaces, accessed by parkways and pedestrian paths. Soviet-era pavilions are distributed across the site, developed as a regional exposition during 1960s.

The exhibition is supported by government and several industry associations.