Areas of Activity

Areas of Activity enable participants to classify and tag their business.

They need to be defined by the organiser and they are very useful when participants search for suitable meeting partners.

You can find below some examples of typical areas of activity, grouped by topic. For a list of detailed classifications, click here.

Renewable Energy

  • Bioenergy and biofuels
  • Solar energy technology
  • Water power technology
  • Wind power technology
  • Wave power technology
  • Consulting and services
  • Research and development
  • Renewable Energy

Creative Industries

  • Architecture
  • Design
  • Art
  • Media
  • Music
  • Consulting and services
  • Research and development

Information and Communication Technologies

  • Mobile health
  • Mobile applications/services
  • Green IT
  • New media (games and content)
  • Enterprise Services (SAP, etc)
  • Security
  • eGovernance solutions
  • Cloud services
  • Smart home
  • Consulting and services
  • Research and development
  • Others - ICT
Choosing at least one area of activity during registration is a mandatory step for participants.

The areas of activity help the participants find potential meeting partners by serving as a filter in the participants list on the website.

Creating and Editing Areas of Activity

Organisers are able to add and edit topics and areas of activity. In order to do so, click on Configuration in the navigation panel and go to Areas of Activity.

  • Click on Add Group to create a group which will contain your areas of activity.

  • Fill in the group name in Create new group - Name
  • Add the areas of activities/business fields in Areas of Activities fields. You can edit the groups and areas of activity at any given time.
  • Form name - you have the ability to define the form name, used only in registration and edit my profile
  • Exclusive selection - you have the ability to select just one business field in a group of areas of activities
  • Participant type selection - you can define business fields which are visible to a particular participant type.