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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Just in time for the resumption of the trade fair business, Messe München has started its new central division, Produkt Marketing & Sales, which brings the marketing and sales competencies of the two disciplines together under one management. The Head of this new central division will be Dr. Markus Dirr, previously Head of the Digital division.
In today’s cabinet meeting on July 20, 2021, the Bavarian government granted official approval for trade fairs beginning on August 1, 2021. The decisive factor for this was the successful implementation of the hygiene and infection protection concept at the pilot event TrendSet, which took place from July 10 to 12 on the grounds of Messe München. With an increase in visitors of almost 30 percent, the guest event demonstrated the strong demand for in-person meetings. Upcoming events, such as IAA MOBILITY (September 7–12, 2021), OutDoor by ISPO (October 5–7, 2021), EXPO REAL (October 11–13, 2021) and productronica (November 16–19, 2021) can therefore take place as planned.
Messe München is restructuring its corporate communications organization as it reopens its trade-fair business in Bavaria