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HEMUS 2024 Additional Pavilion Introduced

Bulgarian Armed Forces marching band at the opening ceremony of HEMUS 2022 [© Bob Morrison]

A remarkable increase in HEMUS 2024 participation has been recorded with an additional pavilion being introduced ~ last call for participants.


Press Release, Plovdiv, 30 January 2024: Following the invitation of the Organising Committee for participation in the International Defence Equipment and Services Exhibition HEMUS 2024 we would like to inform you that the preparation of the Event is at an advanced stage. We had already registered exhibitors from significant number of countries and the most attractive positions in and outdoors are sold and occupied very fast. Due to this fact we are to open one more pavilion to meet the growing interest and are still in a position to offer appealing places.

On the other hand, we expect considerable number of Bulgarian and foreign VIPs, decision makers and high level delegations to visit the Exhibition in response of the invitations already sent. To this distinguished audience our valuable exhibitors will be able to show and demonstrate their products, services and solutions which meet project requirements not only for the Bulgarian Armed Forces but also for many others all over the world.

The preparation of the traditional supporting events of the Exhibition, such as Live Firings, International Scientific Conference, Industrial Forum and Live Demonstrations is progressing very fast as well. The respective Sponsor Packages for these events are still available.

We are quite confident that HEMUS 2024 will demonstrate once again its capabilities to be not only attractive but also save place for exhibitors and visitors. We are very happy to welcome you at HEMUS 2024!Join us for the event now!


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