JEC World announces 2025 and 2026 event dates

Six months before the major players of the composites community and its application sectors gather in Paris to participate to JEC World 2024, from March 5-7, JEC has announced the dates of the two next editions of the show: from March 4-6 in 2025 and from March 3-5 in 2026, in Paris Nord Villepinte.

JEC World has become the unmissable event for the composite materials community but also a large audience of composites end-users, willing to develop business opportunities and get inspired by the stunning spirit of innovation that runs in the industry. Traditionally held at the beginning of March to fit with the product launches of the industry, its calendar has been challenged during the pandemic.

“We are very happy to be able to communicate the dates of JEC World for the next two years, which will allow a straightforward planning ahead for all major stakeholders of the industry but also for the many startups, experts, academics, scientists and R&D leaders who join each year the leading show. We want them to get as much visibility as possible,” said Thomas Lepretre, VP events, sales & operations, JEC.

With this two-years schedule, industry stakeholders can plan their participation while ahead to make the most out of the show.

New projects, new products, new processes, take time to achieve. The famous and long-standing contests, the JEC Composites Innovation Awards and the JEC Composites Startup Booster, will, as usual, be starring a key role in the next editions of JEC World. We hope companies, entrepreneurs and research centres will be looking at the years to come as target dates to unveil their achievements to the world.


JEC Group

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