Several key trade fairs for the DIY and garden industry have had to make decisions against the backdrop of the global corona crisis.
Messe Frankfurt jointly decided with its partners – ZVEI and ZVEH – and with the Trade Fair Advisory Council, to defer the eleventh Light + Building, with the next exhibition taking place in 2022 from the 13-18 March. Messe Frankfurt had originally aimed at an alternative date for the world’s leading light and building technology trade fair in Autumn.
There are also two important changes in the pet product range: the event organisers of the two international trade fairs Interzoo (Nuremberg) and Zoomark International (Bologna) have agreed to postpone each of their events by one year. This means: Interzoo, which has been completely cancelled for 2020, will take place on 1-4 June 2021 and Zoomark International on 9-12 May 2022.
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‘Connecting. Pioneering. Fascinating’. This is the tagline for the upcoming Light + Building in Frankfurt am Main, providing the central theme that runs through this leading world trade fair, to be held on 8-13 March 2020.
All the market leaders have signed up and currently 2,700 exhibitors are anticipated, who will be presenting their world firsts in the fields of lighting, electrical and electronic engineering, home and building automation and security technology.
At this, the world’s largest trade fair for lighting and building services engineering, the industry will be showcasing its intelligent and networked solutions, ground-breaking technologies and up-to-the-minute design trends.
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Light+Building, the stage for the latest lighting trends and a source of inspiration for building services technology, is building up for next year’s event on 8-13 March 2020 in Frankfurt, Germany. Taking place every two years since 2000, this event has grown rapidly and now has more than 2,600 companies presenting their world firsts in the Frankfurt Exhibition Centre. Of some 216,000 visitors, almost half come from outside Germany. Amongst the major visitor groups are architects, interior architects, designers, planners and engineers, as well as tradesmen and representatives from the retail and wholesale sectors and from industry.
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Find out more at: www.light-building.messefrankfurt.com