It’s been a very positive outcome for the national gathering on energy, digital, and environmental performance in buildings and regions!
The BePOSITIVE 2017 exhibition was held on 8–10th March, 2017 at Eurexpo Lyon. This new edition, reappraised by and for professionals, caught the eye of its public, with almost 30,000 building and energy professionals clamouring in the exhibition’s aisles.
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BePOSITIVE 2017 in figures !
To know more about BePOSITIVE 2017, please click on the link below and download the "press release outcome 2017".
A representative offering designed for professionals
A rich and complete offer : Renewable energy production solutions, renewable and traditonal energy for energy efficiency of buildings, a dedicated place for wood energy (Flam'expo) and all solutions for develop, build, adapt, renovate and maintain sustainable building.
A gathering exhibition : Craft/jobbing firms and general building, Drawing offices, Local authorities, developers, Building financial analysts, operators, engineers, Installers, Public and private contracting authorities, Specifiers, influencers, traders...
It ought to be compulsory for public & private deciders to visit an event like BePOSITIVE, given the issues we face. The Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region can and must be the leading region in renewable energy.
Éric FOURNIER, Vice-Chairman of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region with portfolio for the environment.
BePOSITIVE stands alone today as the definitive national gathering on the energy and digital transition in buildings and regions!
An exhibition extending from national to international
At national level, with over 40% of the visitors from regions outside Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, BePOSITIVE shows its France-wide outreach and invaluability.
BePOSITIVE has also put a lot of work into mobilizing international participation, thus strengthening its attractiveness to other countries: in 2017, 31% of exhibitors were from abroad, as were the 6% of visitors from 57 countries whose top 5 reads Germany, Belgium, Spain, Italy, and Switzerland.
This year, the show welcomed delegations from North Africa as well as an Africa pavilion bringing together delegations from sub-Saharan Africa.