EuroShop 2020 in Germany rocks retail
Who does the real rock n’ roll? The mushroom heads from Liverpool or the rough boys from London? These questions split the camps in the 60’s. Today it is clear: The Rolling Stones and the Beatles are the two biggest bands in pop history.
Another star was also born in the 60’s that wrote a success story and continues to do so today, more successfully than ever: EuroShop in Duesseldorf is the real rock n’ roller in retail!
EuroShop 2020 not only looks back on more than 50 years of history of success, but it will be as well the 20th EuroShop. Three times twenty – lucky numbers for an outstanding trade fair!
EuroShop is the hot spot for innovations and trends, a networking and discussion platform and a creative hub especially for retail – worldwide.
Six months to the event, the prospects for EuroShop 2020, the World’s No. 1 Retail Trade Fair, could not be any better. Next year’s EuroShop is in as high demand as ever with the Düsseldorf trade fair organisers expecting to beat the record figures of 2017. The previous event was attended by 2,368 exhibitors from 61 countries on 127,598 m² of net exhibition space. Out of a total of 114.000 trade visitors from around the world, 1,100 visitors travelled to Düsseldorf from Australia and New Zealand.
More action, more drama, more emotion and better focusing on the wishes of the customers, that’s what’s necessary in retail and that’s what EuroShop already does. With its eight experience dimensions it puts the focus on offerings tailored to specific visitor communities, a more flexible framework to operate in, and gives plenty of scope for presenting forward- looking developments and innovative products.
The experience dimensions are: retail marketing, expo & event marketing, retail technology, lighting, visual merchandising, shop fitting & store design, food service equipment and refrigeration & energy management.
The extensive line-up of exhibitor ranges is complemented by high-calibre stages with practitioners’ lectures presented on all five exhibition days right amidst trade fair activities.
These forums cover the following topics: Store Design, Retail Technology, Omnichannel, Retail Marketing, Energy Management, Retail Designers, Start-ups und Expo & Event.
EuroShop’s supporting programme also includes numerous specials, such as POPAI Village, Ecopark, Designers Village and Italian Lighting Lounge. All specials and stages are included in the entrance fee and can be visited without advance reservation.
EuroShop has as well its own one-stop global online information channel for expertise and communication among the international retail community, the EuroShop.mag. It offers news, interviews, reports, specialist articles, studies, photo galleries and videos on topics and trends from the international retail scene 365 days a year.
EuroShop 2020 is open to trade visitors from Sunday 16 to Thursday 20 February 2020, daily from 10.00 to 18.00 hrs. The day ticket costs 80 euros (60 euros for online advance sale / e- ticket), the 2-day ticket 120 euros (e-ticket 100 euros) and the season ticket 180 euros (e-ticket 150 euros). The online-shop opens in October 2019.
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