Trade Show

Winter Germany 2024

February 5, 2024 — February 9, 2024

The 2024 Winter Germany Series Tech Expo includes stops at five U.S. military bases in Germany to exhibit and demonstrate your products and services. These bases are home to major units including USEUCOM, AFRICOM, NATO, and USAFE.

These are just some of the potential and current customers that you can see during the on-site events:

USAG Wiesbaden/Clay Kaserne

Network and share your products and services with 5th Signal HQ, USAG Wiesbaden (Garrison Command), 421st Multi-Functional Medical Battalion, HQ 1st MI BN, 1st & 302nd MI BN, 66th MI Brigade, 102ND Signal Battalion, USAREUR, and V Corps HQ

Ramstein Air Base

Network and share your products and services with the 86th Airlift Wing, 435th Air Ground Operations Wings, 52nd Air Mobility Operations Wing, USAFE, NATO Allied Air Component, and Third Air Force

Patch Barracks (Stuttgart)

Network and share your products and services with USEUCOM, SOCEUR, DISA-Europe, and United States Marine Forces Europe/Africa (MARFOREURAF)

Kelley Barracks (Stuttgart)

Network and share your products and services with USAFRICOM and Special Operations Command Africa (SOCAF)

USAG Bavaria/Grafenwoehr

Network and share your products and services with USAG Bavaria (Garrison Command), 7th Army Joint Multinational Training Command (JMTC), Joint Multinational Simulation Center (JMSC), and Network Enterprise Center

Registration Deadline


Scott Kennedy
Senior Trade Events Manager
Ed Laughlin
Defense Program Manager

Frequently Asked Questions

The Virginia booth will have space for 6 – 12 companies to participate. The registration process is ongoing until the trade show booth is full or the registration deadline has passed.

The trade show participation fee is $2,500. This fee is per company, not per participant.

The participation fee includes the following:

  • Entries in all official show exhibitor listings
  • A LCD screen in the booth to display your company’s logo, video, or presentation
  • A counter and stool in the booth to display marketing materials, product samples, etc.; each lockable counter will have an electrical outlet
  • A printed graphic on the booth wall featuring your company’s logo
  • Access to shared booth furniture; the Virginia booth will have a private meeting room with table and chairs
  • Two exhibitor badges per registered company
  • VEDP assistance before and during the trade show

All travel expenses including airfare, hotels, meals, individual ground transportation to be paid directly by each participant. Additional estimated costs you will incur include (but are not limited to):

  • Roundtrip airfare
  • Hotels (7 nights)
  • Meals
  • Airport transfers, taxis, and other miscellaneous items

Each company is allocated two badges.


VEDP will work with the show organizer to secure participants’ badges. You may pick up your badge on-site. Please note that identification is required to collect your badge.

Each person must have a badge to enter the show.

Airline tickets: You book (and pay for) your own airline ticket via local travel agent or online air travel website. If you do not have a travel agent, the Trade Mission Leader can recommend one for you.

Hotels: VEDP is not coordinating a block of hotel rooms. Participants must make their own hotel arrangements and will be responsible for securing and covering the cost of your respective hotel room.

By exhibiting in the Virginia booth, each company and its representatives agree to the following:

  • Space and amenities within the Virginia booth, such as meeting tables and chairs, are shared among the co-exhibiting companies. Companies and individuals that are not co-exhibitors in the booth may not use these booth amenities, as they are reserved for the co-exhibiting companies.
  • Each representative is expected to be respectful of other companies’ meetings, introductions, and/or networking that may take place in and around the booth. Interference with another company’s meetings, introductions, and/or networking efforts is not permitted.

Thank you for your compliance with these guidelines as we represent the Commonwealth of Virginia in a courteous and professional manner.

Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) is not responsible for the shipment of product samples, promotional materials, displays, posters, banners, brochures, etc., to or from a trade show. VEDP can make introductions to shipping companies upon request. VEDP recommends that these arrangements be made as early as possible so that product samples and/or promotional materials can arrive in time for your event.