Hellenic-German Chamber: Start of pre-sale of tickets for the 72nd Spielwarenmesse

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Tickets go on sale on November 17th for the 72nd Spielwarenmesse, the world’s largest toy fair, which opens in Nuremberg from 2 February to 6 February 2022, after a one-year hiatus due to Covid-19.

The 72nd Spielwarenmesse, whose official representative in Greece and Cyprus is the Hellenic-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, captures the combination of trends and innovations, networking and know-how in the gaming market and has already registered over 1,700 exhibitors.

For the best possible preparation of the visits to the exhibition, the organizing authority, Spielwarenmesse eG, will offer informative online lectures in the coming days through its website.

The daily digital ticket for business guests will only be available electronically, from the address www.spielwarenmesse.de/tickets-kaufen and its use will be possible through smartphones.

For 2022 there will be no fund at the exhibition site. In addition, the entrance ticket will be valid for all means of public transport in the 100/200 tariff zones (Nuremberg, Fürth, Stein).

All other information about entering the exhibition can be found on the Spielwarenmesse website. In addition, the ticket will provide access to the new digital platform Spielwarenmesse Digital, starting in mid-January. This service will assist marketers in preparing for the show and will facilitate targeted search of companies and product groups, making contacts and making appointments – digitally or live.

Anyone interested, for information, but also to participate in the exhibition, can contact the Hellenic-German Chamber, at 210 6419019 as well as visit the website of the exhibition www.spielwarenmesse.de and the special website of the Hellenic-German Chamber for the exhibitions: www.german-fairs.gr.


Source From: Capital

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