Resilient Cities 2018 Exhibitors

Exhibition Opportunities at Resilient Cities 2018

Every year over 400 participants from cities (local governments), international organizations, NGOs, business and academia join Resilient Cities congress for a discussion on topical issues in urban resilience and adaptation to climate change. This year’s congress features a spacious and luminous open exhibition area for participants to mingle and network in between sessions and during coffee breaks. Seize the opportunity to present your projects to an international and multidisciplinary audience while engaging directly with a wide range of resilience experts from various geographical and professional backgrounds.

Why become a congress exhibitor?

  • receive high visibility to your work
  • establish new partnerships
  • initiate future projects
  • launch new publications

Exhibitors are featured on the Resilient Cities website as well as in the program booklet.

We welcome organizations and companies both from public and private sector to showcase their work over the course of this three-day event in Bonn.

Among previous congress exhibitors: UN-Habitat, UN Environment, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), The Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), European Environment Agency, European Green Capital, Plantagon International, Xylem, Munich RE.

Exhibition stands feature: 

  • An open space experience for both exhibitors and participants where coffee breaks and poster sessions take place; stands will be in U-Shape
  • Sets of furniture at a reduced price: exhibitors have the option of choosing between sets of furniture and individual pieces of furniture, or they can combine both options. By ordering sets of furniture, exhibitors save up to 10% off the original prices

The Exhibition for Resilient Cities 2018 is now fully booked. Please contact us directly at resilient.cities(at)iclei.org should you be interested in becoming an Exhibitor next year (27-29 June, 2019).

 Exhibition Scenes

Ideally situated on the ground floor of the congress venue, Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, the exhibition area is a glass-walled open space with direct view and access to the garden. Its spacious proportions ensure the possibility to welcome  exhibitors in a positive and interactive atmosphere.