【DE】opti 2023: Sustainability in ophthalmology and less is more

Sustainability in ophthalmic optics is once again one of the focus topics at opti 2023. Protecting the environment, dealing with resources in a socially responsible and mindful manner is becoming increasingly self-evident in many companies in the industry. This is shown by exhibitors from all product areas from 13th to 15th. January in the three halls of the International Trade Fair for Optics & Design.

 

Premium glasses that combine quality and design with sustainability. Since its foundation, NEUBAU EYEWEAR has followed the guiding principle of “Sustainable Avantgarde” and is constantly setting new standards. Recently, for example, the company location with production facility in the heart of Austria in Linz is CO2-neutral. Managing Director Daniel Liktor: “After we were able to set new milestones as a company in 2022, we are pleased to start a successful new year at opti.” In hall C2.545, NEUBAU EYEWEAR will celebrate the premiere of a special design edition, designed together with the renowned German studio fashion label ODEEH.

 

“More with less.” Less is more is the clear announcement of VAVA Eyewear from Portugal also during the appearance at opti in January (Hall C1.471). Sustainability requires mindfulness, and there are many ways to avoid waste and protect the environment today. Making unique eyewear is VAVA’s ambitious mission. Just like the Mazzucchelli acetate, the Barberini crystal lenses and aluminum used for VAVA glasses are 100 percent recyclable. There is logically no plastic packaging.

 

The creators of Jisco, on the opti in hall C1.559, also live and love nature. The DNA of the Spanish eyewear label based in Palma de Mallorca is Mediterranean, the attitude is uncompromising: “At JISCO, we design every model with ecological awareness and the will to become better and better as a company,” says Marketing Manager Patricia Hervas. Here, too, the critical eye applies to the procurement of raw materials, the production process and the packaging. Compostable plastic is not the most beautiful, but the best solution for Jisco to bring his sunglasses and prescription glasses to the customer. Jisco Eyewear is made in many colors and shapes made of 100% bio-based acetate and pure titanium from Japan, which is fully recyclable.

 

Different materials, always sustainable

 

A completely different sustainable material is processed in the Vulkaneifel, and exclusively. The Wollenweber eyewear manufacturer is one of the few German companies that specialize in the natural material buffalo horn. Company founder Dieter Wollenweber was one of the first manufacturers of horn glasses ever. The frames are created in an elaborate artisanal process, more than 200 work steps are necessary up to the final product. The base of each horn glasses, the horn plate, is provided with wood or silk laminations, only then will different natural colors and shapes be possible. The most important thing about this: As high-quality and noble as the material is, it is a by-product of livestock farming. Not a single animal loses its life because of its horns. At opti 2023, the family business, which is now run by Wollenweber’s daughters Sarah and Vanessa, will be presented in hall C2.467.

 

It also feels a bit like family at LEIPZIG Eyewear. The opti BOX AWARD contender moves to the January opti in hall C2 (booth BOX 13) and, as the name suggests, cooperates unconventionally with a local coffee roastery, a fashion label from there and a local family business that produces lemonade. What does this have to do with stylish glasses? “We support each other with know-how, networking activities and also models. This saves money and time,” explains Paul Nestler, who is responsible for marketing at LEIPZIG Eyewear. After all, sustainability is more than just environmental protection for the young label, which is a good two years old. But this is not neglected either: All production processes at LEIPZIG Eyewear take place in one house, the goods do not have long delivery routes and times. German spring stainless steel and – attention – polyamide powder from recycled sports clothes are processed. One of LEIPZIG Eyewear’s next projects is a deposit system for support lenses.

 

Advancing sustainability together

 

This is exactly where the interest group on sustainability comes in, which was formed on the special edition of opti in May of this year. Representatives from the different areas of the industry have joined forces here. Markus Temming from the frame manufacturer MARKUS T. e.g. (Hall C1.371), which celebrates its 25th anniversary under the motto “100 Seasons MARKUS T.” at opti, DAO Board Member Stefan Rüdiger (Hall C3.519) or optician Bernd Angst. For example, they all want to work together to ensure that the largest possible group of socket manufacturers will only use support discs made of the same material in the future to make repatriation possible. Support discs cause around 60 tons of plastic waste per year in Germany. Another current starting point of the interest group is the filtering of grinding water, and the recycling initiative of the Munich optician Carina Freytag-Hafen for contact lens blisters is to be restarted.

 

Being and becoming more sustainable simply plays an important role, Stefan Rüdiger explains the commitment. In 2022, for example, DAO moved a lot with the relocation of prescription glass production from Asia to Germany and Europe. With UNICOS by DAO, the medium-sized traditional company based in Baden-Württemberg presents a new, resource-saving frame collection at opti. Because all UNICOS glasses are made exclusively to order from an environmentally friendly material in Italy. Shopkeepers and storage costs are thus a thing of the past.” The next meeting of the Sustainability Stakeholder Group is also at opti 2023, where it all began. Exchange ideas together, expand the circle of the group and bring sustainability in ophthalmology closer, that’s what the initiators are all about. In January, they will have their own space in Hall C3, where trade visitors are always welcome beyond the two daily rounds of talks. Interested parties can already contact us now at info@partnerauge.

 

Modular design

 

In hall C3, stand 312 is also sustainable. “We want to help shape the world today and make our contribution to ensuring that future generations can also live well,” says SCHWEIZER, one of the oldest owner-managed companies in the optics industry. On opti 2023, the provider of special visual aids is represented with a new exhibition stand concept with reusable modular design. Presentation boxes & Co. of the new products such as new magnifying glass half-glasses and an electronic magnifying glass with free-write function contribute to climate protection. Production is carried out in an emission-saving manner at the company headquarters in Forchheim, Franconia.

 

Green trade fair location

 

Speaking of location. The location of opti, the Munich exhibition center, has of course long been committed to sustainability. The big goal within the framework of the Code of Conduct is CO2 neutrality by 2030, i.e. ten years earlier than the German trade fair industry has otherwise set. Messe München was the first exhibition center in the world to be awarded as an “energy-efficient company” by TÜV SÜD. Since the beginning of 2020, completely renewable electricity has been switched to. With the help of one of the world’s largest photovoltaic systems on the roofs of the site, the emission of around 1,600 tons of CO2 is avoided every year. 50 charging stations including Supercharger supply the electric vehicles of the customers and guests of Messe München with green electricity from solar energy free of charge. Messe München also looks good on green with 220,000 square meters of green areas, around 2,500 trees, green hall exterior walls and 35,000 square meters of green roof. Around 400,000 honey bees have been at home there for over three years. As far as waste disposal is concerned, the proportion of thermal recovery is constantly reduced: large stand components or wooden parts are collected separately during assembly and dismantling, as well as all mixed waste (AzV) as well as plastic and paper in order to be able to recycle them afterwards. Hazardous waste is separated.

 

The opti 2023 will take place from the 13th to the 15th. January at the Munich exhibition center. All exhibitors are listed on the opti website, as well as trade visitor tickets are available there. Media representatives can accredit themselves online. Interested parties interested in a trade press display on site at the fair should contact sunkel@ghm.de. The time until the live opti continues to shorten the opti FORUM XT. The next webinar will take place on the 8th. December 2022 at 7.30 p.m. and is under the heading “Positioning: Show what you stand for and the turnover is right”. The free registration and also the retrieval of previous episodes are also possible at www.opti.de.

 

 

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【DE】The nominations for the BrandEx Award 2023 have been announced

Trophies are available for 23 submitters at the BrandEx Award

 

The international BrandEx jury has decided: There will be a total of 44 nominees at this year’s BrandEx Award, which will take place on the 10th. January 2023 in Dortmund as part of a solemn ceremony. The top-class committee has selected 23 submitters for the trophies in 15 categories and this for the first time again in a live session. In the third year of the pandemic, the BrandEx organizers counted a total of 87 submissions for the international creative competition, which provides for applications for the awards in the main segments “EVENT” and “ARCHITECTURE”.

 

Onliveline GmbH – Office for Conception and Staging can record a record result – the agency won seven awards in this international competition: Best Corporate Event, “Dachser GLC 2022”; Best Conference, “HHS 2021”; Best Digital Architecture, “Dachser GLC 2022”; Best Digital Event, “Dachser GLC Dachser GLC 2022.

The agency insglück Gesellschaft für Markeninszenierung mbH has been nominated four times for its creative performance in connection with the pavilion of Kazakhstan for Expo 2020 in Dubai. The two projects “Kazakhstan Pavilion Expo 2020 – Gateway to tomorrow” (categories Best Brand Architecture and Best Thematic Exhibition) and “Kazakhstan Pavilion Expo 2020 – Mainshow “Unlimited Space” (categories Best Live PR and Best Execution Event) were submitted.

 

The agency SCHACHZUG – Agentur für Markenkommunikation GmbH is planned for three trophies, here with the projects “Fujitsu CX Lab”, “Cariad at IAA Mobility 2021” and “ŠKODA Explore More Event” in the categories Best Formats Events, Best Live PR and Best Stand M. Uniplan GmbH & Co KG can also look forward to three trophies: Best Brand Activation with the project “Michelin at IAA Mobility 2021”, Best Stand L with “Hyundai at CES 2022 “Expanding Human Reach” and Best Stand L with “Hyundai IAA Mobility 2021.” George P. also expects three trophies. Johnson, who supports the projects “IBM Dickes B!” in the category Best Brand Activation, “IBM Think Virtual Pop-up” in the category Best Digital Architecture and “IBM Pop-up Roadshow” in the category Best Format Event. Three trophies also await DO IT! Gesellschaft für Field Activation, Eventmanagement und Sponsoring mbH for the following contributions: “Digital X 2021” in the categories Best Conference, Best Formats Event and Best Execution Event.

 

facts and fiction GmbH is nominated for two awards in the category Best Execution Architecture with the project “THE GREEN ARCH – Belgian Pavilion at EXPO 2020 Dubai”, and also in the category Best Execution Architecture with “Pavillon Monaco – Expo 2020 Dubai”. circ GmbH & Co. also receives two trophies. KG (Best Corporate Event, “tWEx – together WE X; Best Conference,), fischerAppelt livemarketing GmbH (Best Corporate Event, “The Digital ID.5 Experience”; Best Digital Event, “The Digital ID.5 Experience”) and The Retail Performance Company GmbH (Best Store Concept, “The Adventure Hub”; Best Store Concept, “Kare City Studio”).

 

Other nominees for each award include Jazzunique GmbH (Best Stand M, “Living Totem IAA – Kia Brand Vision”), MCI Deutschland GmbH (Best Digital Achitecture, “Bosch Rexroth Hybrid Shopfloor), ATELIER BRÜCKNER GmbH (Best Thematic Exhibition, “MUSEUM OF THE FUTURE – Journey of the Pionere”), Dart Comfort in the sky”), kpm3 ag (Best Execution Architecture, “Qatar Pavillon DESERT NEST @ Floriade EXPO 2022”), Blue Scope Berlin GmbH (Best Live PR, “SeeFashion Hybrid Fashion Show Berlin”), fünfdrei eventagentur GmbH (Best Motivation/Best Employee Event, “AWAK3 – Das Mitarbeiterfestival”), what when why GmbH & Co. KG (Best Digital Event, “Dürr Open House 2021”) and VOSS+FISCHER gmbh (Best Brand Activation, Caparol PowerTour 2022 “THE POWER OF SURFACE”).

 

Since 2019, the BrandEx Award has honored outstanding creative achievements of the live communication industry with the coveted award in gold, silver and bronze for submissions in different clusters. In 2023, the coveted trophy will be awarded for the fifth time. The most important German creative competition was initiated by the Study Institute for Communication, Messe Dortmund, fwd: Bundesvereinigung Veranstaltungswirtschaft e. V. and the BlachReport.

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【DE】Finally PSI again: Framework program for 2023 published

Practically applicable and a practical knowledge adapted to market conditions creates the basis for entrepreneurial success in the promotional products industry. Right now and, of course, beyond the borders of the DACH region. That’s why the leading European trade fair PSI is setting for the comeback 2023 from the 10th to the 12th. January in Düsseldorf on an extensive supporting program. Divided into the topic blocks “Sustainability”, “Added Value” and “Practical Knowledge”, experts show international trade visitors strategies to meet new developments and current challenges in a focused manner.

 

Finally, the time has come again: after a two-year break, the PSI opens on the 10th. January 2023 for three days at the Düsseldorf exhibition center. The current visitor registrations for the first presence PSI since 2020 reflect how great the joy of reunion is. “We are very pleased about the popularity from home and abroad,” reports PSI Director Petra Lassahn and continues: “Demand has increased noticeably and especially qualitatively, the previous visitor registrations give us an enormous motivation boost.”

 

Supporting program focuses on personal exchange

 

Right at the start of the new financial year, Europe’s leading trade fair for the promotional products industry provides its international trade audience with a lot of trends and inspiration around haptic advertising. Above all, however, it celebrates the personal exchange of knowledge and experience – with the approximately 400 exhibitors, with the more than 30 guest speakers in the PSI Forum and the top-class representatives of the international industry associations aimfap, ASI, BAPP, BPMA, FYVAR, IFEMA, IPPAG, PIAP, PPP, SBPR and So

 

Practical knowledge: Step by step to success

 

In the PSI Forum in Hall 10, renowned experts give important impulses. Thus, under the main topic “Practical Knowledge” e.g. Give “Step by Step Digital” lectures. Dennis Arntjen from KMU Digital shows in his keynote “Hybrid sales in times of digital change” how digitization can be used for his own sales success, while Michael Bromberger from GERNET Printpack GmbH in his article “Digitization as a business guarantor. This is how business runs in times of Industry 4.0, which contribution standardized workflows make to ensuring secure order processing, reliable production processes and binding delivery times.

 

Also exciting is the lecture “From screen to gift. This is how modern advertising media activation works in online customer communication via websites” by Peter Beichel, ipm Werbemittel GmbH, or the online marketing lecture “Sales Engine Website in 2023”. Here Thorsten Bastian from the Internet and marketing agency next2brain explains what a webshop must offer and how website visitors become customers.

 

Knowledge sharing: From the industry for the industry

 

An important pillar of the PSI Framework Programme is the “Added Value” topic. Here, the experts show interesting opportunities and possibilities – each on hot focus topics such as packaging and sustainability. A highlight is Alexander Stork’s keynote. The deputy head of economics and consultant for energy, sustainability, mobility and logistics at BVMW, Der Mittelstand, addresses the question “Sustainability: flower topic or business booster? How companies benefit from the megatrend and secure competitive advantages.”

 

Saskia-Melina Jacobs from Langebartels & Jürgens Druckereigesellschaft mbH explains where printing, material and finishing are going and what constitutes sustainable packaging production. Hendrik Habermann from the habermann agency shows to the highest of two how special series offer emotional added value for the customer by presenting best practices of this profitable genre of the promotional products industry.

 

Work and promowear: a plea for sustainability

 

Motivating the textile industry in the field of workwear and promotional clothing to be more sustainable – that’s what the Textile Theme Day on the 11th is about. January. At 12.30 p.m., the international expert for sustainability, Sustainable Textile & Fashion, Bianca Seidel, makes a plea for the transformation of the industry and looks hopefully into the future. This is followed by the panel discussion of the Academy for Textile Finishing. Here, Aiko Wichmann from the city of Dortmund discusses with consultant Maike Ewuntomah and Stefan Roller-Aßfalg from Aka Merch und Textil GmbH about sustainability requirements in public tenders. Central question: Do ecological criteria such as seals, textile tenders and procurement change?

 

Role models that show what is possible

 

But also at the Textile Campus in Hall 10, the potential of sustainability is examined in a practical and segment-specific manner. Here, experts give valuable impulses for sustainable textile production, fair and ecological supply chains, ecodesign, circular economy, recycling and upcycling, seals, standards and certifications. Consultants, universities, initiatives, companies and upcyclers will be on site. These include the Ecosign Academy for Design, the Circular Sweater Project, Pure Waste, Planet Upcycling, HTW Berlin and the Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences. Another highlight in terms of sustainability is the traveling exhibition ökoRAUSCH Wissenswelt in Hall 10.

 

Do it yourself: Apply knowledge practically

 

In support of the concentrated theory, trade visitors can gain practical experience on current labelling and finishing techniques at the special show Finishing and Personalization. In Hall 10, specialists such as Roland DG and Stahls’ Europe invite you to personalize different products from pencils to T-shirts by hand.

 

Connect worldwide in the PSI International Lounge

 

The promotional products industry is an industry that thrives on trade and exchange across countries and continents. As an international network, PSI supports its members in building new markets and good contacts – not least through its close cooperation with industry associations around the world, which it brings to the 2023 trade fair.

 

Not only the General Association of the Promotional Products Industry, GWW, based in Germany, will be represented with its own stand at PSI. High-ranking representatives of aimfap, ASI, BAPP, BPMA, FYVAR, IFEMA, IPPAG, PIAP, PPP, SBPR and Sourcing City are also available for personal exchange in the International Lounge in Hall 10. Including Michele Bell (USA), Michel Debout (BEL), Tom Robey (GBR), Gabriel Moese (ESP), Jason Grenham (GBR), Lars Dahlström (SWE), Marijke van Hoorne and Joop van Heelen (both NED).

 

www.psi-messe.com

 

The complete PSI supporting program can be found here:

 

https://www.psi-messe.com/en-us/for-visitors/program.html#/sessions

 

The PSI exhibitor list can be found here:

 

https://www.psi-messe.com/en-us/for-visitors/exhibitor list.html#/

 

Tickets for trade visitors are available here:

 

https://www.psi-messe.com/en-us/tickets.html

 

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【DE】Technical program for EuroTier & EnergyDecentral 2022 available as videos

Recordings of 145 events available as video on demand on www.dlg-connect.com – registration with e-mail address required

 

DLG). The DLG (German Agricultural Society) has recorded a large number of events of the EuroTier and EnergyDecentral specialist program during the trade fair days and offers them as video-on-demand (VoD) for retrieval with the PC, tablet or smartphone on the platform www.dlg-connect.com. If you have missed interesting forum discussions on site in Hanover, you can watch their video recordings afterwards from home.

 

The recordings can be found both on the platform www.dlg-connect.com/program and on www.eurotier.com/de/programm/veranstaltungskalender with the choice of trade fair days, forums or via a free text search. For access and use, it is sufficient to enter an e-mail address in the registration form of the homepage of the website and you will receive a numerical code as a one-time password to your e-mail inbox to log in. If you have not yet used the DLG-Connect platform, you will be guided through a free registration process and can then view the recordings.

 

 

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【DE】GYMMOTION – The fascination of gymnastics with a new program “life time” at Messe Chemnitz

C3 Chemnitzer Veranstaltungszentren GmbH and TVM-Sportmarketing GmbH present their impressive show “Gymmotion – The Fascination of Gymnastics” on 03.12.2022 at Messe Chemnitz.

 

“life time” – a show title cannot express the dynamics and fascination of gymnastics any better. The breathtaking show of GYMMOTION connects on the 11th. Sometimes athletes, artists and visitors in a very special way at Messe Chemnitz. The unique gymnastics gala shows gymnastics, theater, artistry and variety show at the highest level. Spectacular movement artists and music artists show top sports and offer a nice gymnastics experience for the whole family. The show will be opened by the athletes of the Chemnitz sports ensemble.

 

The Show Acts 2022:

 

Duo Red – Slingshot Board

A risky and spectacular number – Duo RED spin board. Silver medalist at the international circus festival in Spain. The show on the flip-up board regularly participates in international festivals for world-class circus art. The two professionals throw themselves into the air on a teeterboard up close. With daring jumps and breathing-depriving tricks, they create a crackling tension.

 

Duo Racers

With their nimble unicycles, they are, in a sense, the Formula 1 artists among cyclists. When Victor Gorodetskyy and partner Julia pedal, the stage floor burns. With a lot of footwork and full physical effort, the two acrobats keep themselves in balance during their acceleration rounds. Not a feat for Victor. After all, the son of a Ukrainian artist family has been “at home” on the unicycle since he was five years old and has now been successful as an artist in this genre for over 20 years.

 

Golden Guard

The “Golden Guard” immerses you in the time of the Pharaohs. Action, wit and an audience animation of the extra class also makes the audience part of the whole. Mini trampoline and air track with athletes from Denmark demonstrate saltos with up to three-and-a-half screws, double saltos stretched forward with two and a half screws or even the triple Salto forward with half rotation. The Danish athletes are among the best in the world and have been putting together the most spectacular and difficult shows for years.

 

LegendTrick

The trick shows of LegendTrick Entertainment are a mixture of energy-the-the-art flips, acrobatics and martial arts that merge with modern circus and dance. Their actors are among the world’s most respected tricksters who have made a name for themselves by winning numerous European Championships.

Trickers mix elements from martial arts, gymnastics and breakdance and create an aesthetically appealing combination of kicks, flips and twists that the audience has not seen before. LegendTrick has been inspiring the international audience worldwide for years.

 

Jens Ohle

Jens Ohle, the artistic comedian from Hamburg, shows the best of both worlds. They experience the most spectacular artistry at a really high level and can’t get out of laughter! Stand-up comedy at top speed, paired with an inspiring mix of visual comedy and modern stand-up comedy. One creates a combination of classic slapstick and state-of-the-art comedy, artistry and magic. You will see halsbrecheric stunts on a really high artist ladder – powerful juggling of bowling balls and running chainsaw and an actor playing around his head and neck. Board-hard artistry meets a really big mouth!

 

National Team Rhythmic Gymnastics Germany

The German national team of rhythmic gymnastics is a selection of the better German gymnasts who represent the German Gymnastics Federation at international tournaments. The group size of up to 12 athletes is unique. Probably the most elegant sport in the world is presented in two breathtaking, modern shows.

 

Breakdance – B Boys Germany

Fascination breakdance by experts in their scene. Dance, acrobatics and a lot of fun, that’s what characterizes this show performance. World-class power movers show their skills. Powermo-ve, a movement that can be continued infinitely in a recurring way. Head twists, salti and acrobatics from the other star.

 

Trio Ghost

The Russian bar alone is already an immense challenge. Salti and screws of the Ukrainian trio Ghost on the narrow bar spar are as masterful as they are precise. The highlight of the breathtaking performance is a triple somersault, a jump that only a handful of artists worldwide dares.

 

men in black

The show presents hand-on-hand artistry in a new dimension. The lightness and safety, combined with absolute power and throwing elements, make this show act unique. The artists show dynamism in harmony with harmony, music and movement.

 

and much more

Subject to change.

 

  1. December 2022 | 5 p.m. | Chemnitz Trade Fair | Hall 1

Tickets are available from 24.00 € | Children up to 14 years 19.00 € in all free press shops, Eventim ticket offices and at www.faszinationturnen.de.

 

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【DE】The CMT 2023: From Stuttgart to the wide world

Diverse supporting program at the bicycle and hiking trip trade fair: From product tests to travel reports to adventure cinema

Whether on foot or on two wheels – outdoor entertainment and infotainment at its best promises the extensive supporting program of “bicycle and hiking trips” at CMT 2023 in Stuttgart. Because: Together with the General German Bicycle Club (ADFC) Baden-Württemberg and the Swabian Albverein, the active holiday fair presents from the 14th to the 16th. January a colorful mix of lectures, demonstrations and films about biking and hiking. Thus, in addition to the fair itself, the accompanying program on the lecture stage and in the adventure cinema was extended for the first time by Monday to three days – from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Hall 9.

 

In lectures there are again tips on buying a bicycle | Photo credit: Landesmesse Stuttgart GmbH

 

 

 

Product test, tour tips and awards on the main stage

On the main stage, presenter Frank Hofmann from the European Cyclists’ Association leads through a full program. These include tips for buying the right e-bike from the ElektroRad publisher Daniel Fikuart, news and trends in outdoor navigation with smartphone and GPS as well as everything worth knowing about hiking backpacks and shoes from expert Ralf Stefan Beppler. Visitors looking for inspiration for their next active holiday can also look forward to exciting lectures – from microadventures on their doorstep to travel reports from all over the world, everything is included. For example, Matthias Effinger from the tour provider fascinates his audience on adventure trips to the unknown Pamir Mountains in Tajikistan as well as to the desert of Jordan. Together with Martin Pundt from Invatarru Tours, we go by e-bike into the wilderness of Western Canada. If you are more attracted to domestic climes for an outdoor experience, you will get your money’s worth at the lecture of MEP Anna Deparnay-Grunenberg on the Bio.Vélo.Route from Stuttgart to Strasbourg.

 

And two more highlights: As every year, the quality trails and quality regions “Wanderbares Deutschland” will be awarded live on stage by the German Hiking Association as well as the new ADFC quality routes in Baden-Württemberg.

 

Travel impressions and adventure entertainment in the adventure cinema

Mountain biking in Africa, altitude records in the Chilean Andes, by cargo bike and with dog always along the Danube and 10,000 kilometers on Germany’s most beautiful long-distance hiking trails: Near and wanderlust arises in the live reports in the adventure cinema. In interactive lectures, the protagonists take the audience into the world of adventure. The lecture “Running, eating, sleeping” by bestselling author Christine Thürmer on Sunday, 15. January, at 12 noon: In it, the long-distance runner reports how she hiked 4,277 kilometers on the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada – actually unsportsmanlike and without experience. And that was just the beginning: Later she defeated the US long-distance hiking trails Continental Divide Trail and Appalachian Trail. Christine Thürmer has now conquered more than 58,000 kilometers and is the most immigrant woman in the world.

 

Other highlights are the performances of Tanja Ney, who circled Iceland by bike and fought with storm and rain for 1,400 kilometers, as well as the travelogue by Gerhard von Kapff, who ventured the adventure of crossing the Alps together with his wife and the two children of primary school age – 557 kilometers from Munich to Venice. Fans of recumbent cycling should also not miss the lectures by Tom Richter, who explored the whole world horizontally over 80,000 kilometers – now even together with his little daughter, as most recently on a tour of Asia.

 

Pure adrenaline: European Outdoor Film Tour

A special treat for the trade fair guests: The European Outdoor Film Tour (EOFT) stops during the CMT 2023 in Stuttgart. On the atrium stage, entrance east, on Friday, 20. January, at 5.30 p.m. the best outdoor sports and adventure films of the year were shown. Then it’s time again: pure adrenaline on the big screen!

 

The detailed program of lecture stage and adventure cinema at Fahrrad- und Wander-Reisen 2023 in Stuttgart can be found online at: https://www.messe-stuttgart.de/fahrrad/besucher/rahmenprogramm/besucher.

 

The CMT 2023

CMT, the world’s largest public fair for tourism and leisure, will take place from the 14th to the 22nd. January 2023 at the Stuttgart exhibition center. It is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; admission from 9 a.m. The holiday fair is complemented by its daughters bicycle and hiking trips, golf and wellness trips as well as cruise and boat trips. The cycling and hiking trips will be extended to three days for the first time and includes Monday (14th to 16th to 16th in addition to the first CMT weekend. January). Premiere also for the international diving fair “Interdive”, which takes place on the second weekend (19th to 22nd January) will take place. In the caravanning area, the novelty show at the beginning of the season, more than 1000 vehicles from all well-known brands and manufacturers are waiting for visitors. https://www.messe-stuttgart.de/cmt/

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As part of the sixth edition of the popular trade fair for driving culture from the 2nd to the 4th December should not be missing at the traditional DTM location in the Noris racing legends: Look forward to an interesting interview round with the Nuremberg racing legends Kurt König and Gerhard Müller, presented by Altmühltal Classic Sprint maker and scene connoisseur Uwe Wiessmath together with motorsport filmmaker Peter Levay at the stand of the Classic Sprint and Autohaus Löhlein in Hall 7A

 

 

 

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Nuremberg has not only produced great races, but also fast and successful racers! Kurt König, an active motorsport player from 1978 to 1993, was a “learned mountain racer”, then moved to the German Racing Championship DRM (precursor of the DTM) and became vice champion in the German racing trophy in 1981. BMW entered the DTM in the mid-1980s, where he won his first victory in 1986 and finished third in the overall standings.

 

Gerhard Müller made a similar racing career, who made his debut in 1987 and switched to the DTM via stations in the Renault 5 Cup and Formula 3 in 1988. From 1989, Porsche shaped its motorsport Vita, in the Carrera Cup and Porsche Supercup he was to achieve his greatest successes for the Zuffenhauseners: fifth in the Carrera Cup 1996 and ninth in the Porsche Supercup 1997. However, Müller achieved his greatest motorsport success in 2001 at the 24-hour race at the Nürburgring. There he came together with Gerhard Mannsperger, Wolf Silvester and Kurt Thiim a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (type 996) in second place overall.

 

Experience on Saturday, 3. December, at 1:30 p.m. these two Nuremberg racing originals as part of an interview round in Hall 7A at booth 7A B53 of Classic Sprint and Autohaus Löhlein, presented by Altmühltal Classic Sprint (Uwe Wiessmath) together with Levay film production (Peter Levay).

 

RETRO CLASSICS BAVARIA® 2022 in Nuremberg: The Japanese Power – Special show on Mitsubishi rarities in Hall 7

 

 

Mitsubishi may have become a little quiet these days, not least due to original withdrawal plans with regard to the European market. A new alliance together with Renault-Nissan was launched, and new models are announced for 2023. This continues the more than hundred-year tradition of the house, as Mitsubishi said it launched Japan’s first production automobile in 1917. Like many Japanese car manufacturers, the leap to Europe over the US market was made at the end of the 1970s.

 

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) was founded in Germany in 1977 and henceforth ensured that the brand initially unusual for German tongues (“unspeakably good” – original sound from a Mitsubishi advertisement with “Emperor” Franz Beckenbauer in the 90s) became better known year after year and that a “colt” no longer became just a handgun, but a serious golf competitor. Model names such as Galant, Sapporo and Lancer were shaped into the collective memory and Mitsubishi quickly got rid of exotic status. It is also these names that the passionate Mitsubishi collectors Anja and Tilo Macht from the Franconian Eckental will not let go.

 

True to the motto “one rarely comes alone”, the two have now collected over 140 Mitsubishi vehicles, making the collection not only one of the largest under the sign of the three diamonds in the world, but definitely the largest and most multifaceted outside Japan. Admire the most complete Mitsubishi Lancer Turbo collection, including unique special models and rally vehicles up to the Evo including service vehicle – exclusively at the RETRO CLASSICS BAVARIA© 2022 in Nuremberg in Hall 7.

 

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As part of the sixth edition of the popular trade fair for driving culture from the 2nd to the 4th December, the first day of the fair traditionally ends as part of the Retro Night – look forward to interesting petrol talks, a relaxed atmosphere and Leonie Karakaya, successful participant in “The Voice of Germany”

 

When the RETRO CLASSICS BAVARIA© closes its doors after a successful first day of the fair, it is traditionally called “curtain up” for Retro Night at 6 p.m., where all visitors are invited to review the first day of the fair in a relaxed atmosphere. The start is made by Professor Dr. Roland Fleck, Managing Director of NürnbergMesse, and Karl Ulrich Herrmann, Managing Director of Retro Messen GmbH and inventor of RETRO CLASSICS BAVARIA©. Interesting entertainment is definitely provided, not only in terms of gasoline, chrome and sheet metal, but also in musical terms: “We love music” is the motto of the jazz band “4 at the club”, which will take guests live on a musical journey through jazz, lounge and party classics. And she will pave the stage for a very successful young interpreter: Leonie Karakaya, successful participant in The Voice of Germany. Classics such as “Airplanes in the stomach” by Herbert Grönemeyer are completely reinterpreted by the 27-year-old Nuremberg woman – let yourself be surprised and look forward to a varied evening with musical highlights with us!

 

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EuroShop, the World’s No. 1 Retail Trade Fair, from 26 February to 2 March 2023 in Düsseldorf, and the International Management/Retail Management Faculty at Worms University are to start a promising cooperation. It aims, on the one hand, to give students the opportunity to experience the innovative power of the sector hands-on at the trade fair in all eight Experience Dimensions on the world’s most relevant retail platform thereby allowing them to deepen their practical perspectives. On the other, it presents the University and itself to the international expert retail audience.

 

Worms University with own stand at EuroShop

Worms University already successfully established its International Management/Retail Management Faculty as early as 1978. It prepares graduates specifically for careers in retail. Their final dissertations are highly relevant for retail practice and are often prepared in cooperation with renowned retailers. Subjects include sustainability in retail, “Smart Cities” and Supply Chain Management 2.0. The best dissertations will be presented at Worms University’s dedicated stand at EuroShop 2023.

Preparing the trade fair participation, active participation during the trade fair, design of the stand and marketing materials plus active use of the online marketing tools provided by EuroShop – all this makes up a project forming part of the curriculum for the current term. By being actively involved the students will expand their knowledge and acquire valuable experience in project management – which will benefit them later in life.

“Skilled labour shortage is also a burning issue for retailers. At Worms University we see the need to impart course content in an as vocational way as possible so that our graduates can contribute to their company’s success as soon as possible,” says Prof. Dr. Nektarios Bakakis, Professor for Retail Management.

 

“University Day” with guided tours on 1 March

1 March 2023 will see EuroShop and Worms University organise the “University Day” where “Young Talents” from universities with connections to retail can visit EuroShop at discounted rates and register for special tours. During these guided tours participants are introduced to selected companies addressing various focal trade fair themes. Coordination is in the hands of the Worms University.

“Promoting young talents has always been close to our heart and the cooperation with various universities for EuroShop already looks back on a long tradition,” emphasises Elke Moebius, Director EuroShop and adds: “I am very curious to see the presentation of the final dissertations. Very often it is especially these young talents who provide key impulses for retail owing to their fresh, unbiased approach and new gen perspective.”

The contact person at Worms University is Prof. Dr. Andreas Moerke, Fachbereich IM /HM, Erenburgerstr. 19, 67549 Worms, Tel.: +49 6241 509 205, E-Mail: Moerke@hs-worms.de

In 2023 to the tune of 1,700 exhibitors from over 40 countries will be showcasing their latest products and forward-looking solutions specifically geared to retail. At the previous EuroShop in 2020 the international expert audience travelled to Düsseldorf from 142 nations.

EuroShop is open to trade visitors from Sunday, 26 February to Thursday, 2 March 2023, daily from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm. Admission tickets are only available online at www.euroshop.de/2130. 1-day tickets cost € 70.-, 2-day tickets are € 120.- while the season ticket is € 165.-.

For more information visit www.euroshop-tradefair.com. The online magazine of EuroShop can be found here: https://mag.euroshop.de/en/.

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Whether LNG terminals, gas storage facilities, wind turbines, pipelines or water pipelines – no industrial sector functions without the use of industrial valves and fittings. Therefore, after a four-year absence, the international players of these key technologies were looking forward to their VALVE WORLD EXPO 2022 at Düsseldorf Fairgrounds again.

 

388 exhibitors from 29 countries presented concentrated technological power over three days in exhibition halls 1 and 3. Innovative machines, plants, components, systems and pumps were shown on a net area of 12,000 square metres.

 

“After two years of online meetings, we are just happy to have direct contact with customers and interested parties again. A generally positive mood was noticeable and many discussion partners are very happy that the valve family was finally able to meet again in person”,  said a pleased Peter Wegjan, Sales Manager Special Ball Valves (Petro-) Chemical, Plant Engineering at Hartmann Valves .

 

Many premieres such as Messe Düsseldorf’s sustainability campaign with its ecoMetals Trails, the EXPO Forum as a jam-packed, two-day conference format, the presentation of the Valve Stars Awards and a rousing exhibitor party complemented the lively events in the exhibition halls.

 

The parallel international Valve World Conference, which was again organised by KCI in 2022 with around 70 lectures, seminars and workshops, attracted around 400 delegates to the conference rooms in Hall 1. In 2022, VALVE WORLD EXPO again fulfilled its role as an impulse generator and international meeting platform for an entire industry. 50% of respondents stated they had found current trends and information here.

 

“From metre-high ball valves to tiny microvalves – everything the industry has to offer in terms of innovations for current challenges could be seen and experienced in our exhibition halls”, said a delighted Bernd Jablonowski, Executive Director of Messe Düsseldorf.

 

After a four-year break, well-attended exhibition halls demonstrated just how important personal exchange is to players in the industry. Experts from the oil and gas, chemical and petrochemical, power plant technology, marine and offshore, water and wastewater management, automotive, mechanical engineering, pharmaceutical and medical industries all gathered information in Düsseldorf, proving that both the trade fair offering and demand for it have struck a chord in the current climate.

 

“In our industry, people value the direct discussion about innovations, new products and processes that only an in-person trade fair can offer. In my opinion, presence trade fairs will continue to maintain their fixed place in the mix of B2B communication,” explained Thomas Weisschuh, Head of Product Management and Innovations AS-Schneider Group confirming the successful course of the trade fair and added: “For the European region, VALVE WORLD EXPO is an important leading trade fair for industrial valves. This is where our industry meets all the important decision-makers under one roof to find out about the technologies of the future.”

 

On three days of the fair, international trade visitors from over 80 countries came to Düsseldorf – at 79%, the proportion of decision-makers was very high. In addition to users of valves and fittings, fittings manufacturers and the fittings trade, energy supply companies also gathered information at the trade fair.

 

A high visitor presence from overseas, in particular from India, the USA, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and from some North African states, shaped the events in the exhibition halls alongside many European visitors. 94% of the respondents plan to come to Düsseldorf again in two years. VALVE WORLD EXPO and the accompanying conference will then take place from 3 to 5 December 2024.

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