BearingNet confirm destinations for next two User Meetings

Earlier this year BearingNet celebrated their tenth European User Meeting in Hamburg, Germany. The meeting was their most successful to date with over 390 delegates from 35 countries and 125 of these were first timers.

Each year the meeting is growing and BearingNet are now pleased to announce we have now signed the contracts for the next European and US User Meetings.

The meeting will be held at the NH Collection Madrid Eurobuilding hotel on the 8th-10th June.


Located in the city’s financial district and recently re-furbished is it considered one of the best hotels in Europe for business or leisure.

“We are really happy with this hotel, it is next to the Real Madrid stadium and 5 minutes from the beautiful city centre. Madrid is one of my favourite European cities, especially in June!! I look forward to welcoming 400 distributors to our 11th meeting for a great weekend of networking!” Nicola Beer – Events Manager

BearingNet have also now confirmed there will be a fourth US User Meeting after holding three successful meetings in various US cities.


“The next meeting will be held in the USA’s capital city Washington DC, on the 7th-9th September 2017 at the Sheraton Hotel overlooking the Pentagon. Washington is a fabulous city with so much to see and do – what better place to hold a User Meeting! (Plus the welcome reception venue overlooks the whole of DC!!)”

The BearingNet meetings are a world renowned Networking event which brings together hundreds of distributors from all around the world.

“The BearingNet conference is an excellent opportunity to meet new and existing suppliers and customers in one location from all around the world (and the beer is good too!!)” Chris Parish – Bearing Warehouse.

Both the US and European User Meetings consist of two days of BearingNetworking allowing delegates to meet their online business partners face-to-face, create long lasting business relationships and maybe make a deal that would not of been made via email.

The booking systems for both meetings are expected to go live summer 2016.