On 18 and 19 April the maker scene will meet for the sixth time in the capital. The new venue is now the Arena Berlin. With its industrial charm, the centrally located area directly on the banks of the Spree provides the ideal backdrop for the exhibitors’ innovative projects. Interested makers can register for a stand, a workshop or a lecture until 9 February 2020. Private makers – especially FabLabs, Hackerspaces or Repair-Cafés – can register their stands free of charge. University and university projects as well as campaigns such as those by Jugend forscht are also welcome and can also participate at no cost.
Where it’s cool to be smart: The motto of the Maker Faire also applies to companies that want to present their products to creative, technically and scientifically enthusiastic people. “Companies such as Conrad, 3dk, Allnet, Arrow and Mouser have been relying on the potential of the Maker Fair for several years now. But we also address companies looking for the makers of tomorrow with our event,” explains Daniel Rohlfing, Senior Product Manager of Maker Faire. “At Maker Faire, HR departments can approach the young talents in an unconventional way and score sustainable points.
Further information for companies wishing to exhibit can be obtained by sending an enquiry to email@example.com