The first European Edition of the Premier Business Development Event for the global Robotics Industry will take place in Genoa, April 11-12

Pittsburgh, PA - October 23, 2012 - EH Publishing and Innovability today announced an alliance to bring RoboBusiness Leadership Summit to Europe. The inaugural RoboBusiness Europe event will take place April 11-12 in Genoa, Italy, at Magazzini del Cotone - Porto Antico Conference Center.

RoboBusiness Europe builds on the hugely successful experience of eight years in the United States and will closely follow the RoboBusiness Leadership Summit format as a business focused event attended by the world's leading roboticists, business and investment professionals, along with academics, with interests in widely differing markets - rescue, healthcare, industrial and so on.

The event will feature keynote and general sessions by industry leaders, as well as an exposition floor featuring the latest robotics technologies, giving all the participants the information and connections needed to plan for, build, finance and manage a successful robotics business.

"We're extremely proud to cooperate with EH Publishing to create RoboBusiness Europe for accelerating the commercial advancement of the robotics industry," commented Gianluigi Ferri, Innovability's Chairman of the Board. "We believed in this project since the beginning and now we are ready to start a sharply focused and professional meeting point for all players. Together with our local partner, Clickutility, we gathered the interest of the Italian robotics industry and the support of the local government agencies in Genoa."

"I believe the cooperation between EH Publishing and Innovability will be the foundation for the creation of the most important event on the Robotics industry in Europe," states Richard Erb, General Manager EH Robotics Trends Media Group. "Innovability has an excellent reputation and will be successful in producing the definitive event for the region," added Mr. Erb.

For more information on RoboBusiness Europe please visit For more information on RobocBusiness Leadership Summit please visit The 2013 RoboBusiness Leadership Summit will take place October 23-25, 2013 in Santa Clara, California.

About EH Publishing,Inc / About Robotics Trends Media Group, a division of EH Publishing:
EH Publishing, Inc. is the information and resource leader for the home electronics industry with leading publications, websites, newsletters, and expos. EH Publishing, Inc. reaches more than a million home electronics professionals and consumers through the multimedia channels of our flagship products including CE Pro, Commercial Integrator, Electronic House, and TechDecisions Media.

Robotics Trends Media Group is the world's first integrated media company serving the burgeoning personal, service and mobile robotics marketplace: Robotics Trends Publishing (, Robotics Business Review (; and Robotics Trends Events, which produces the RoboBusiness Leadership Summit (, and the virtual conferences (

About Innovability S.r.l.:
Since 2000 Innovability has been proving to be the unique reference point in Italy for Information & Communication Technology operators. Innovability organizes and promotes its own conferences, tradeshows, seminars and training courses and other events in co-operation with public institutions, international partners and various sponsors, creating important international meeting points and the direct gate to the Italian market.

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