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Key facts about Spielwarenmesse
The Spielwarenmesse in Nuremberg, Germany is the world’s leading fair for the toy industry with over 2,900 exhibitors from 68 nations and more than 62,000 trade visitors from more than 130 nations. Spielwarenmesse is a trade fair, only admitting toy industry visitors.
The Spielwarenmesse 2022 will take place from Wednesday, 2 to Sunday, 6 February 2022.
Preparations are already in full swing and we, as organisers, are looking forward to the toy industry reconnecting again at Spielwarenmesse. We‘re also planning to hold Spielwarenmesse with a digital extension. This will ensure that visitors who may still be affected by travel restrictions can nonetheless gain insights into the toy industry.
Of course, we are constantly keeping an eye on how the Covid-19 pandemic is developing. Protecting all of our trade fair participants is our top priority. That is why our hygiene concept is continuously being adapted to the current pandemic situation and coordinated with the responsible authorities.
Spielwarenmesse will meet all the relevant requirements to ensure that all participants can take part in the expo safely. The corresponding hygiene concept is continuously being adapted to the current pandemic situation and coordinated with the responsible authorities.
Yes, the onsite Spielwarenmesse 2022 from 2 to 6 February 2022 will be complemented by Spielwarenmesse Digital. That way, Spielwarenmesse eG combines the fair experience in Nuremberg with the virtual world. Exhibitors will benefit from wider coverage. A valuable offer of additional services is available for specialist retailers and buyers. The networking of all target groups in the toy industry is clearly the focus.
Following the unrelenting uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic both on a national and international level, it has been decided to cancel the event and to focus instead on Spielwarenmesse 2022. The disappointingly slow improvement of the pandemic has been fuelling uncertainty across the industry. The lack of political perspective with regard to trade fairs has had a considerable impact on the ability of exhibition organisers to make firm plans and for international manufacturers and buyers to schedule and book their travel and accommodation. Despite the measures already set in motion, it would be impossible to stage the Spielwarenmesse Summer Edition successfully without having the all-important run-up to the fair clearly mapped out.
Information for exhibitors
If you have already made payments to us in respect of Spielwarenmesse 2021 or Summer Edition, we will reimburse you for these or transfer them to Spielwarenmesse 2022. No action is required on your part in relation to this. We will be in touch with you.
Registration and tickets
Trade visitors are all persons who trade in or work with toys or other products represented at Spielwarenmesse on a commercial basis. The core target group of Spielwarenmesse comprises trade buyers. For more details see the definition of a trade visitor.
No. Visitors from Germany receive the login data for the online ticket shop by e-mail or their permit by post.
International visitors are also contacted automatically by the relevant representative and then receive the login data to the online ticket shop.
Have you received a permit until now but in future would prefer to receive the login data for the online ticket shop by e-mail? No problem, just send us a brief e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets go on sale from 17 November 2021 and are only available online. Please buy your e-ticket online before you travel to the fair. At Spielwarenmesse 2022, you will not be able to buy tickets in person at the cash desk. E-tickets are available for mobile devices to provide contactless admission to the fair.
Visa and hotel
Visas are still required for entry into Germany from many countries. Please contact us after purchasing your ticket and we will issue an invitation letter for submission at the embassy or consulate general.
Please send your request to Marion Weiß.
No. Animals are not allowed on the exhibition grounds.