MASTERS EXPO 2022 PREPARES FOR MOST COLORFUL EDITION
From December 8 to 12, entrepreneurs will meet at the RAI in Amsterdam, when some four hundred exceptional (family) businesses from nearly twenty different industries will come together - from mobility to real estate and from design to tech. With 40,000 square meters of floor space, MASTERS EXPO - Capital Of Great Business - is the largest networking event in the Netherlands. In pop-up Restaurant M*, a record 34 star chefs will be in the kitchen this year. During MASTERS TALKS on Thursday, Dec. 8, business icons such as Atilay Uslu (Corendon), Paul van Riessen (Quote), Rico Verhoeven, Tesla's Kim Liebregts and real estate man Cor van Zadelhoff speak with journalistic moderator Toine van Peperstraten.
Organizer Yves Gijrath: "Entrepreneurship is moving with what this challenging time demands of us. The new reality demands a rethink, a development that is sustainable and in which authenticity and quality are decisive. That is where MASTERS EXPO wants to play a role. How can we build a better world? And what will we do to make it happen? It is time to show color."
THE COLOURFUL EDITION
The twenty-first edition bears the theme "The Colourful Edition": the numerous launches and novelties this year from prestigious global brands are the signposts to a variety of markets, opportunities and people.
FROM ART TO TECH
Focused on the development of technology, MASTERS EXPO this year shows a remarkable amount of sustainable innovation in the fields of mobility, real estate, travel and tech. In addition to well-known designers, artists and major project developments, Dutch boat builders are also well represented.
UNIQUE FAIR CONCEPT
The high-profile range of gastronomy, live entertainment, podcast recordings, art and design creates Europe's most unique fair concept. Musicians, dancers, singers, tastings, charity intimate stages and live art: there is something to experience everywhere. And for everyone. Enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner at a record number of surprising culinary hotspots.