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Effects of COVID-19 on the events at Messe München

The Bavarian state government decided on 26 May that trade fairs may be held again from September 1.

Messe München is observing the current developments in connection with COVID-19 (coronavirus SARS-CoV-2) very closely. It is our top priority to deal responsibly with this situation. Its dynamic development makes it necessary to reassess the situation on a daily basis. Current information about COVID-19 and the effects on the events at Messe München are available at our site security.

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Press releases

More than 21,600 participants attended analytica virtual.
Final report 26. October 2020

analytica 2020 with very good results in the digital format

analytica 2020 successfully concludes five days of virtual trade fair and presentation formats: A total of 21,641 participants (unique users) from 152 nations took part in the world’s leading trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis and biotechnology, which was held for the first time in purely virtual fashion from October 19 to 23. Here, 268 exhibitors from 24 countries presented more than 700 product highlights. There was a total of more than 33,000 participations in the 200 exhibitor webinars and the 119 scientific presentations at the analytica conference. No. 1 topic: digital transformation.

Klaus Dittrich, Chairman and CEO of Messe München
Press release 01. October 2020

Messe München responds to the coronavirus crisis by offering new hybrid platforms

Messe München is devising new digital formats during the intensifying coronavirus crisis and is enabling exhibitors and visitors to take part in trade fairs despite international restrictions on travel by offering hybrid events. Flexibly deployable platforms and services are being created in close cooperation with customers. Special hybrid versions of EXPO REAL, BAU and ISPO will combine the best of both worlds.

FabricDays 2020
Press release 18. September 2020

International travel for trade fair participants is possible under certain conditions

In-person trade fairs have been allowed in Germany once again since September 1. The trade fair sector is still not affected by the country’s ban on major events. The rule of thumb for international visitors is: Trade fair participants may travel from all countries to Germany provided that certain conditions are met.