New brands in all exhibition segments
International, diverse, and high calibre: That’s how the exhibitor list of Inhorgenta Munich looks about a month before the start of the trade fair. From the Timepieces area and Fine Jewellery to Elegance and Lifestyle—the trade fair halls are well booked. Over 1,000 companies will be there. At Inhorgenta Munich at the Munich exhibition grounds from February 14 to 17, visitors can experience all the trends in watches, jewellery, and gemstones.
The Timepiece Hall A1 is one of the growth areas at the trade fair: Among the notable newcomers are Erwin Sattler, Festina Group, Fortis, Jacques Lemans and Parmigiani. Casio, Citizen, Garmin, Junghans, Maurice Lacroix, Seiko and many other brands will also be showcasing their latest timepieces at the trade fair.
Hall B1 ‘Fine Jewellery’, where exclusive jewellery creations and especially valuable pieces will be on display, is completely booked out. It’s much the same in Hall C1 ‘Carat’, where diamonds, sapphires, emeralds, rubies, opals and spinels will sparkle wherever you look: All the booths areas booked out here as well.
Growth in exhibitors – inspiration from all over the world
The number of international exhibitors at Inhorgenta Munich 2020 has grown by more than seven percent. From Australia to Uzbekistan, Cyprus, and Thailand – visitors can get to know brands from all over the world.
There are joint stands from Spain, Hong Kong, the UK, Mauritius, and China.
Klaus Dittrich, Chairman and CEO of Messe München, sums it up: “This year, we will once again be able to showcase a broad and international range of products to our visitors.
The trade fair is steadily growing and the feedback from customers is proof that Inhorgenta Munich offers exactly the right mixture of order and communication platform and glamorous events.”