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Attend a fair in the Czech Republic!

BVV Trade Fairs Brno Co. (Veletrhy Brno, a.s.), is the leading organizer of international trade fairs tailored to the needs of the Czech economy and its industrial sectors represented by the respective business associations, our main partners.

BVV or Trade Fairs Brno

Since 2001 the official name of the company has been Veletrhy Brno, a.s. ( BVV Trade Fairs Brno, joint-stock company). Derived from its original name the abbreviated form BVV stands for Brněnské Veletrhy and Výstavy (Brno Trade Fairs and Exhibitions). The abbreviated form BVV is still in use due to its high level of brand awareness.

Member of Messe Düsseldorf Group

With 61 per cent of shares the main shareholder of BVV Trade Fairs Brno is Messe Düsseldorf, Germany. Thus, BVV is a member of Messe Düsseldorf Group ( http://www.messe-duesseldorf.de ), one of the largest trade fairs organizers worldwide.

Business Activities

BVV Trade Fairs Brno is one of the most prominent trade fairs organizers in Central and Eastern European countries. Its core business activity is organizing of trade fairs and exhibitions at the Brno exhibition centre and providing exhibition services.

The basis for BVV Trade Fairs Brno Co. business and also their major advantage is the modern exhibition centre with its state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure matching European standards, a long-standing tradition, a professional team of employees and a perfect geographic location.

These advantages position BVV Trade Fairs Brno Co. as the leading trade shows organizer and the leading exhibition centre in Central Europe. Knowledge of industrial sectors, of the market and its specifics, the proven portfolio of the trade fairs themes, collaboration with the business associations and stable relations with the clients form a solid basis for organized trade fairs.

Brno Exhibition Centre

At the moment, the Brno Exhibition Centre offers more than 130,000 sq m of net exhibition area thus ranking among the world largest exhibition centres. Brno Exhibition Centre first opened in 1928 commemorating the first decennium of independent Czechoslovakia founded in 1918. Brno as a location for the new exhibition centre was chosen on purpose being conveniently situated between Prague and Bratislava. A number of exhibition halls on the fairground are referred to as true jewels of functionalist architectural style. The latest addition to the fairground complex is the P Hall opened in June 2009 offering over 10,000 sq m of net exhibition area.

Trade Fairs and other events

Every year approximately 50 trade fairs or other exhibition events are held at the Brno Exhibition Centre and over 1 million visitors come to see them. Traditionally, the largest and most important event is the annual MSV International Engineering Fair, one the most prestigious engineering fairs in Europe. Apart from trade fairs the centre is an excellent venue for holding congresses, conventions, high-level meetings, gala evenings, concerts or sports events.

More information about trade fairs organized in 2016 on: http://www.bvv.cz/en/calendar-of-trade-fairs-events/