Wednesday to Sunday!
31 Jan – 4 Feb 2018
You officially accepted our rules for exhibitors when you registered for Spielwarenmesse® 2018. If you are not familiar with these rules, you will find the Rules for Exhibitors here for downloading. Additional information, tips and services for your attendance at the Nuremberg toy fair 2018 are provided for you here.
To ensure the best possible preparation of your presentation, profit from the free webinar series with all the relevant contents for fair preparation, organization and follow-up work. In each of the approx. 40-minute modules the trade fair consulting firm Meplan has valuable tips for your optimum presence at the Spielwarenmesse® 2018.
The webinars will be available from September onwards.
Have you thought of everything? Spielwarenmesse eG supports your fair preparation with several webinars and checklists. With these tips for all phases of fair planning you make your trade fair appearance a real success!
This you should keep in mind for your fair preparation:
You can book these and further services easily in the Online Service Center.
The IPR Council (Intellectual Property Rights Council) at Spielwarenmesse® is a service for the protection of intellectual property and facilitates out-of-court settlement of complaints concerning the protection of exhibitors’ industrial property rights. The purpose of the council is to clarify violations of such rights by products exhibited and/or offered by other exhibitors during the fair.
The organiser’s intention is that this service helps to resolve such disputes between the parties involved without delay and without adversely affecting the course of the fair.
Complaints will be accepted from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at NCC West, floor 1, ExhibitorsLounge daily for the duration of Spielwarenmesse®.
Many exhibitors traditionally donate toys for needy children at the end of Spielwarenmesse®. In 2017 we support again the SOS Children’s Villages with these donations. The donated toys benefit both the SOS Children’s Villages and the day centres of SOS Children’s Villages for children and juveniles in Germany.
Some of the donated toys are also given to nurseries and social institutions in the Nuremberg region.
Would you like to contribute too? Then please support our project by donating your toys. We would like to document the campaign and share your donation via Facebook, Google+ and Instagram. Use this opportunity and share your commitment with your fans via your social media.