How was your participation in this edition of Mindtech after the pandemic?
It was the first participation of Polish companies in the Mindtech fair and all the companies were especially happy that it was a stationary and face-to-face fair.
What were the main innovations you presented at the fair?
We presented Elbudmed, a project that drives IT and process innovations that increase work efficiency and remote customer service in the international market. We also had the opportunity to present HeatQ. This is a new product marketed by one of our companies: an electric heater for NORD radiators.
And what is the Polish delegation’s assessment of this trade fair at the sectoral level?
The Polish delegation had the opportunity to get to know the offer of potential partners from the Iberian market and to establish new business contacts. We also had the opportunity to exchange information and experiences with potential partners and to familiarise ourselves with the fair in order to decide on the possible participation of individual companies from the Polish delegation in the next edition.
In general, how have you coped with the time of the Covid-19 pandemic?
Mainly, our companies have coped with the pandemic by adjusting the processes within their companies to the new circumstances and by taking care of the safety of employees and customers. Most of the companies in the Polish delegation stressed that they did not suffer from the pandemic; on the contrary, they had many orders. The only threat and risk was disrupted supply chains.
What trends in the industry could be ahead for the coming months?
New technologies related to automation, robotics, artificial intelligence or machine learning will be widely implemented in many industries.
What do you think of Asime’s work?
We highlight the optimal organisation of the fair with a wide range of amenities for exhibitors and visitors, while maintaining the highest safety standards.