High exhibitor demand +++ Key players already on board +++
now featuring 8 product dimensions +++ EuroShop benefits from rebuilding of exhibition centre
Eight months to the event, the prospects for EuroShop 2020, the World’s No. 1 Retail Trade Fair, could not be any better. For its 20th edition, EuroShop is in as high demand as ever with the Düsseldorf trade fair organisers expecting to beat the record figures of 2017. The previous event was attended by 2,368 exhibitors from 61 countries on 127,598 m² of net exhibition space. Around 114,000 trade visitors from all five continents came to the Rhine.
The booking status for all eight dimensions at EuroShop 2020 is excellent, with Retail Technology, Refrigeration & Energy Management and Shopfitting/Store Design booming in particular. The list of household names among exhibitors is already long. An excerpt can be found below:
Shopfitting: Aichinger, Arken, Cefla, Costa, Mago, D'art Design, Eden Industries, Egger, Elea, Forbo, Grottini, HMY Group, Homapal, Inovag, Itab, JosDeVries, JV Modern–Expo, Kronospan, Les Ateliers Reunis Caddie, Max Brilliant (Shanghai), Média 6, Otto Kind, Pfleiderer, Porcelanosa, Schweitzer, Tegometall, Umdasch, Vitra, Wanzl
Visual Merchandising: ABC, Atrezzo, bambola, Bonaveri, Form Factory, Genesis Display, Hans Boodt Mannequins, IDW; Kendu, La Rosa Mannequins, Noa, Brands Europe, Seven Continents Cooperation, SFD, Visual Retailing, Window France.
The current redesign of the south entrance to Messe Düsseldorf includes the new rebuild of Hall 1, which will also be occupied by EuroShop 2020. The previous smaller Halls 1 and 2 have been demolished and replaced by a new, state-of-the-art building. The key figures for the new hall: 158 metres long, 77 metres wide and 12,000 square metres big. It will be accessible via seven gates, offer suspensions from the hall ceiling and the supply of media to the stands via the hall floor.
For pedestrians, the hall is connected to the Congress Center Düsseldorf (CCD Süd) via a bridge on the 1st floor. In addition to the connection to Halls 3 and 4, a main road leads from the south entrance directly to the rest of the exhibition centre. This means Messe Düsseldorf is considerably broadening the usage options for the new hall while also increasing the flexibility of its design. The new hall will celebrate its premiere this autumn and will be used for the first time in September 2019.
EuroShop 2020 is open to trade visitors from Sunday, 16 to Thursday, 20 February 2020, daily from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm. 1-day tickets cost EUR 80 (EUR 60 purchased in advance online/e-Ticket), 2-day tickets are EUR 120 (EUR 100 purchased as e-Tickets) and season tickets are EUR 180 (EUR 150 e-Tickets). Admission tickets include a free return trip to EuroShop on all networks of the VRR transport authority (Verkehrsverbund-Rhein-Ruhr). www.euroshop.de
Also take a look at the EuroShop online magazine, which offers news, interviews, reports, expert articles, studies, photo galleries and videos on topics and trends from the international retail community 365 days a year. mag.euroshop.de