Wednesday to Sunday!
31 Jan – 4 Feb 2018
For a visit to Spielwarenmesse - opening its doors from 1 to 6 February 2017 – good organization is half the battle on the road to success, from the purchase of tickets to organizing travel through to setting up a daily itinerary. Trade visitors can choose to explore such innovations as the special and activity areas Baby and Infant Articles and Tech2Play along with the highlights and special features offered by the TrendGallery, and the New Exhibitor Center.
Registered trade visitors buying e-tickets in advance at www.spielwarenmesse.de/en/buy-tickets not only save themselves a lot of time but also paper and money. Advance ticket sales begin 2 November 2016, with a day ticket in e-ticket form at 18 euro, compared to 21 euro for the print version and 25 euro when purchased at the box office. For the season, the e-ticket runs to 38 euro as opposed to 41 euro for the paper ticket and 49 euro when buying at the box office.
“Accommodations” can also now be ticked on personal check lists: Many hotels have signed on as partners in the Spielwarenmesse hotel programme, holding contingents of rooms priced attractively. As compared to the first half of the trade fair, savings of up to 60% can be obtained in this way. Other cost-effective alternatives can be found through airbnb, the specialist for brokering private accommodations – from a simple room right through to fully-furnished apartments.
Those interested can find an overview of all the highlights of Spielwarenmesse 2017 at www.spielwarenmesse.de/en/highlights. This includes the programme of the Toy Business Forum, where trade visitors can find out about various subjects such as trends in retailing, licenses and product range policy.
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12.10.2016 – cb