Next month’s Inhorgenta Munich expects visitors from more than 70 countries


Inhorgenta Munich is hoping on build on last year’s success as it prepares for the 2019 show next month.

With doors opening February 22-25, organisers are expecting exhibitors from over 40 different nations and guests from more than 70 countries.

In 2019, exhibitors and trade visitors can again expect a number of renowned international experts to give their insight in over 40 presentations and talks.

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Inhorgenta Munich hopes the talks can provide specialist retailers, manufacturers, brands, and associations with valuable information to help make gains in their business.

Klaus Dittrich, chairman and CEO of Messe Munchen, said: “Especially in these times of digital transformation, it’s particularly important for trade fairs to expand their own strengths.”

He added: “This is why we at Inhorgenta Munich are once again focusing on the character of our network this year. This is decisively shaped by a strong lecture program.”

Highlighted talks include; ‘Watchmakers—an Endangered Species? An Apple (Watch) a Day Keeps the Watchmaker Away,’ on February 24 at 11am; and Sascha Schulz, CEO of Germany’s first Influencer Marketing Academy in Berlin, will be debating “How Influencers Change Advertising Sustainably on February 22 at 12:30.

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