interzum 2021 and 2023- a platform for forward thinking

Published on : Friday, January 10, 2020

Planning and participation for interzum 2021 and 2023 begins with a bang. This time it is more organised and effective. The next interzum will take place from May 4 to 7, 2021 in Cologne. Like in 2019, halls 3 to 11 are at the ready. These will be supplemented by the modern exhibition hall 1 Plus, which will come into operation shortly before. It expands the intensively in demand “Materials & Nature” exhibition area and enables site planning that is on the whole optimised. Even more improvements are in progress. Exhibitors can already apply now for both interzum 2021 and for interzum 2023, which takes place from May 9 to 12, 2023. This increases planning certainty for all exhibitors, significantly accelerates trade fair planning and thus provides exhibitors with more time for the long term planning of their exhibition participation. The application phases for interzum 2021 and 2023 start today on January 9 in the context of the international furniture trade fair imm cologne 2020.

 

It is thus possible for the first time to apply in a binding fashion for the subsequent event in 2023 when applying for interzum 2021. This possibility provides all exhibitors with improved transparency and allows them significantly increased planning certainty. This is because the planning of the halls can be accelerated for the trade fair team, which enables exhibitors to undertake longer term preparations for their individual trade fair planning and stand concepts.

 

The end of the 1st early bird for interzum 2021, which is delayed by one month, and thus ends on April 30,  2020, aims in the same direction. This will also help accelerate planning processes, so that interzum exhibitors will have concrete stand offers in their hands much earlier and can prepare accordingly over the longer term. Application for interzum 2021 and interzum 2023 takes place exclusively online for the first time.  With a view to more satisfied visitors, and thus directly to the advantage of exhibitors, hall planning for interzum 2021 will be streamlined, concentrated and expanded by the new building of hall 1 Plus. The optimisation of site planning means the bundling of the “Materials & Nature” focus in halls 4.2, 5.2 and 6. These are complemented by the just named, column-free and generously dimensioned hall 1 Plus, which opens its doors to the trade public for the first time a few weeks prior on the occasion of Living Kitchen 2021. The “Function & Components” section is focused in halls 3.2, 5.1, 7, 8 and 10.2, while “Textile & Machinery” will be found in halls 9, 10.1, 11.1 and 11.2.

 

“We are bringing the three trade fair segments even closer together spatially. The sense of this site and hall optimisation lies in visitors being able to more quickly and easily find the trade fair stands or exhibitors they wish to visit. This is because shorter routes mean more time for interzum visitors to engage in conversations with exhibitors and to evaluate the presentations, more satisfaction and concentration and ultimately better business, orders or “closings”, according to Maik Fischer, Director of interzum.

 

The enquiry as to the supplied industry branches and market segments newly introduced into the application documents of the exhibitors also primarily serves the purpose of improved visit planning. Documented in the subsequent online exhibitor catalogue, it is then easy for visitors to recognise which exhibitors are relevant for them and where discussions or negotiations are especially promising.

 

 

 


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