Obton attends Intersolar 2017

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The next couple of days will be hectic. Munich will be buzzing with the presence of manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers, project developers and investors all with the interest in and passion for the blooming solar industry.

 

Obton will be there as well. With an experienced team led by Chief Project Officer Bent Hansen the days in Munich will be full of meetings, networking, casual chats and late night dinners.

 

Bent Hansen explains:

""Attending the exhibition in Munich is a must. It is a great chance to maintain and develope new and old business relationship in an informal setting. We take great pride in being prepared for the exhibition, which is why our days a fully booked with meetings."" 

 

THE OUTCOME HAS TO MATCH THE EFFORT

 

Bent Hansen is well aware that the time, effort and ressources put into the exhibition have to have a satisfied outcome: 


""I'm positive that our efforts the next couple of days will amount in contacts, which will lead to potential contracts. Our experiences tell us that our efforts will be rewarded.""

 

The exhibition runs through May 31- June 2, 2017 at Messe München in Munich. 

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