WNE 2016 overview

  • WNE 2016 overview

  • 2016 success confirmed the leadership of WNE

  • The second WNE - World Nuclear Exhibition, the leading event for the global nuclear energy sector, which took place 28-30 June at Paris Le Bourget in France, confirmed its standing as a key business forum.

     

    WNE 2016, with the theme "The nuclear industry in the global energy mix", was distinguished by a strong international stature, the high calibre of its visitors and the large number of contracts and partnership agreements signed.

  • Visitors key figures

  • Key figures for WNE 2016's exhibitors

     

     

     

     

     

     

    • 8,807 visitors from 63 countries (28,5% foreigners which means + 61% compared to 2014 edition)
    • 14,2 % of top-level decision makers (which means +22% compared to 2014 edition)
    • 3,250 qualified business meetings
    • +34,5% of global attendance (visitors and exhibitors)
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    28,5% of international visitors in 2016 ie 1,501 visitors including: 14,1% of Europeans, 5,4% of Asians, 2,8% of Middle Easterners, 2,6% of  North Americans,...

     

  • Exhibitors key figures

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    The 2016 edition shows an increase of 37% in the number of exhibitors and 42% in exhibition space.

      

  • Highlights

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    Besides crowded aisles and business done on the stands, special events took place on the show: the Opening Ceremony with the special guests, Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) and Emmanuel Macron, French Minister of the Economy, Industry and the Digital Sector, the very first WNE Awards Ceremony that rewarded excellence in 4 areas, 11 Panel Discussions chaired by WNE Sponsors...

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