In the current climate, many companies are looking towards Russia and Eastern Europe to raise their companies prospects. Why? To take advantage of their predicted growth.
Russia, with the largest economy in the region, is predicted to demonstrate growth upwards of 5% in 2009. Its capital, Moscow, plays host to the regions largest and most well-known automotive event, MIMS, which will take place on 26-30 August 2010.
MIMS features parts and components from all over the world, competing to secure their share of the lucrative Russian market. Demand in Russia is growing as disposable incomes rise and consumers expect more reliable components and exciting features that are often associated with international brands.
Over the last 18 years, MIMS has become a vital source of contacts and information for all those involved in the automotive industry, giving them the opportunity to compare the quality and cost of products from a wide variety of companies. In todays technology-driven world, the opportunity to meet suppliers face to face is invaluable.