The Licensing New Europe show and conference will be returning in November.
The show - which is organised by Creata - will be held at the Barcode Business Centre, in Zagreb, Croatia and aims to promote the role of licensing in the New Europe region. This area comprises of 35 countries and more than 400 million inhabitants across Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe, Russia and CIS.
Last year's show attracted over 350 participants, with Creata looking to build on this figure in 2011.
The programme will include company and property presentations, screenings, panel discussions, workshops and educational sessions. There will be a special focus on Russia and CIS, with a number of representatives from these territories having confirmed their attendance.
Delegates from 26 countries have already signed up for the event.
"We are building on very successful shows in 2009 and 2010 and are looking forward to welcoming more visitors than ever before to the 2011 event," said Goran Krnjak (pictured), MD of Creata. "Once again we will be playing host to a diverse and influential range of delegates from around the world who are all interested in the huge potential offered in the New Europe area."
Licensing New Europe will run from November 10th to 12th. Click here for further details.