Opening Ceremony by invitation
17 - 18/10/18 09:00 - 16:30
Exhibition & Conference
Conference - Participation Info
Participation to the Conference is subject to charge by submitted a completed Conference Registration form. Upon approval by the Organizer, an invoice is issued for full payment in advance
Exhibition - Visitor Info
Admission to the exhibition is free of charge to all professionals (above 17y old) upon presenting a completed Visitor Registration form following by a valid ID.
Workshops - Participation Info
Entrance to the workshops is free of charge to all professionals and trade visitors (above 17 years old) upon presenting a completed Visitor Registration form submitted by business card or functional ID badge or student ID.
VISITOR Registration form - Exhibition or Workshop
CONFERENCE Registration form
Carob Mill - Evagoras Lanitis Center
The Evagoras Lanitis Centre, owned to Lanitis Group, whose founder was Panagis Sikas from Lania, settled in Limassol, by the end of the Ottoman occupation of the island with main business activity, the trading of foodstuffs.
The Evagoras Lanitis Centre, named so, in honor of Evagoras Lanitis -descendant of founder -who was widely known, not only for his very successful business activities, but also for his contribution to society, especially in the areas of education, archeology, health and sports. After his death in 1992, his sons Platon, Costas and Marios took over the management of the Lanitis group, continuing the social role of the Group’s, chaired by Mr. Platon Lanitis.
The Evagoras Lanitis Centre comprises one third of the Carob Mill, which is one of the largest, if not the largest, listed industrial building in Cyprus. This area of the building was originally used for the storage of Carob products that used to be processed through the carob crushers. The milling equipment is situated in the central bay of the building and has been restored as a carob museum. This large expanse of over 1400 sqm unobstructed space was ideal for housing this multi-functional centre.
The aspiration of the Lanitis Group, with renovation of the Carob Mill, was to present the cultural and historical heritage of our town in relation to the professional occupations of Limassolians from the beginning of the century, through a harmonic integration of both old and new cultural and social events, which have been integrated into the building.