On Nov 13-17, 2023, the greentech fair NEXPO Tallinn showcased the latest achievements in green technology from around the world. This event, dedicated to a more sustainable future, brought together investors, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and technology enthusiasts, providing a unique opportunity to meet leaders in green technology, establish new connections, and..
From November 13th to 17th 2023, the greentech fair NEXPO Tallinn showcases the latest achievements in green technology from around the world. This event, dedicated to a more sustainable future, brings together investors, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and technology enthusiasts, providing a unique opportunity to meet leaders in green technology, establish new..
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Tallinn Greentech Week is a series of international business events focused on promoting cooperation between leading experts in green technology and fostering dialogue between European cities and companies.
A regional green technology conference that facilitates networking and connections among the Estonian greentech industry through coordinated matchmaking.
Uniting influential clean technology leaders, including executives, CEOs, investors and government agencies worldwide.
Addressing strategic public innovation, human-centric implementation of smart city tools, and public-private sector connectivity.
The conference brings together cities from the Baltic Sea Region to share best practices and discuss challenges in transitioning to green governance.
Estonia’s first balanced economy conference, “Elephant in the Room”, encourages decision-makers to find and implement new environmentally friendly economic models.
Free access to Nexpo area with pre-registration / Ticket on-site 5€.
Access to Nexpo area + Extra benefits.
Access to Smart Cities Convention + Access to Nexpo area + Extra benefits.
Visit NEXPO Tallinn and experience the latest greentechnology innovations from around the world.
If you are an investor, entrepreneur or just a technology enthusiast, this is THE event for you. Meet with top leaders of green technology, network with fellow tech enthusiasts and see what the future of the cities will look like.
Special price with Tallinn Green Capital Europe discount: €300 + VAT
Special price with Tallinn Green Capital Europe discount: €500 + VAT
Special price with Tallinn Green Capital Europe discount: €1000 + VAT
Please find the detailed map of NEXPO City below.
To align with our event’s dedication to a greener future, we
recommend arriving by public transportation, bicycle, on foot,
or using other eco-friendly transportation options.
Bus and tram stop: Linnahall
Bus lines: 3, 8, 21, 21B, 41, 41B, 66, 73, 91, 92, 93
Tram lines: 1, 2, 5
To exhibit, solutions must have a real product/experience to show such as a life-size demo or immersive experience.
A company/organisation attending the NEXPO must be suitable to present their ideas in an attractive way both to the investors and local city people. Any green technology company or organisation interested in participating in the exhibition must submit a proposal using the online exhibition request form and provide a detailed description of the proposed exhibition, including an explanation of how its thematic focus relates to the exhibition theme, or themes.
Filling out the form can not guarantee participation in the event. The organizer examines the applications and rules on admissions and refusals. The participation of the applied company is decided by the committee, which includes representatives of Cleantech Estonia and the City of Tallinn. The selection of participants takes into account the general selection criteria, the suitability of the company to our event vision and the number of already registered participants in the respective topics.