In the heart of vibrant Tel Aviv, Israel’s most advanced and largest convention centre hosts events as diverse as Cybertec and Agritec to the hugely popular Eurovision 19.
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Within its eight Pavilions, Expo Tel Aviv offers 20 meeting halls able to accommodate almost any type of event. Taking advantage of the city’s glorious climate, there are approximately 20,000 sqm of open exhibition or event spaces available on well-kept lawns.
With one of the most advanced communication and broadcast systems in Israel, the Centre can connect to all communication and broadcast companies with multi-line back-up capabilities. It has full fibre-optic infrastructure and an internet traffic capacity of 10g. All of which helped it secure the sensational Eurovision 19.
As part of its plans to become a leisure and entertainment recreation centre, a Food Court with a restaurant and coffee shop is currently under construction, a leisure boulevard is planned for visitors to enjoy and for outdoor exhibitions as well as an on-site business hotel close to the convention centre.
Tel Aviv is a buzzing 24-hour city with 14 kms of beaches, sunshine almost guaranteed, world-famous architecture, exciting night life, excellent gastronomy as well as arts and culture. It’s Israel’s cultural and commercial capital with an enviable reputation as party central. And located at its heart is the Expo Tel Aviv, an international conference and exhibition centre that has vast experience in hosting international and local conferences, exhibitions, music concerts, stage performances and sport events.
Israel has long had a reputation as a highly productive, entrepreneurial and modern destination. And today Tel Aviv is a sector of excellence for medicine, IT, academia and start-ups. It is home to ingenious companies such as: Waze, Mobileye, Check Point Software and ICQ. The DiskOnKey was invented here by M-Systems.
Expo Tel Aviv hosts a variety of events from different sectors. In the hi-tech cyber and security sector, HLS and Cybertec attracts 5,000 visitors from 80 countries. Last year the Centre held the European Judo Championship and for those interested in art, the Fresh Paint Contemporary Art Fair, Tel Aviv, is the largest and most influential annual art event in Israel, attracting more than 30,000 visitors every year.
And as for mega stage performances, last year the Centre hosted music sensation alt-J in front of a 13,000 strong audience.
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Expo Tel Aviv is a partner in the Tel Aviv CVB and active in assisting with bids across the world. They have collaborated on the launch of a new ambassador programme, working with leading professionals in the fields of medicine and academia. The city is home to seven hospitals, four universities and numerous international research institutions. Tel Aviv is Israel’s largest university with a strong interdisciplinary focus. The result is an impressive list of around 900 potential ambassadors most of whom are active members of international or European associations. Expo Tel Aviv is also a member of ICCA (International Congress and Convention Association).
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