With 50 trade fairs in Düsseldorf, of which 23 are flagship international shows, as well as around 100 independently or jointly organised events abroad, Messe Düsseldorf is one of the leading export platforms in the world.
Basis for Business – that is what the Messe Düsseldorf Group offers its clients. In Düsseldorf and all over the world. More than 50 exhibitions in Düsseldorf (such as boot, drupa, K, interpack and MEDICA), 23 of which are global flagship trade fairs, reflect its international reach.
Messe Düsseldorf GmbH ranks first in terms of internationality in capital goods trade fairs: in 2010, over 60 per cent of exhibitors and more than 40 per cent of visitors to Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre came from outside Germany; all in all, trade fairs in Düsseldorf attract customers from 151 countries. Through around 100 independently and jointly organised events held outside Germany every year, Messe Düsseldorf GmbH offers its clients presentation and communications platforms to help them exploit new markets.
The group's global network encompasses sales support in 127 countries (68 foreign representative offices) and competence centres in nine countries, with a total of 1,286 trade fair experts contributing to the commercial success of exhibitors and industry professionals.
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