Dresden is more than Frauenkirche, Semperoper and Zwinger. With 2,200 companies and 58,000 employees in the fields of microelectronics, information, communication and biotechnology, Dresden is one of the most forward-looking business locations in Europe. This technologically demanding environment also makes Messe Dresden an important trade fair location with worldwide appeal. As trade fair constructors for Dresden, we know that the focus is by no means only on trade fairs, but that public fairs are also held regularly in the Saxon state capital, true to the trade fair slogan “Experience Diversity”. In this article, you will find out what you need to bear in mind when choosing your trade fair stand for Dresden and what events the location has to offer.
Exhibition builder for Dresden – Facts and figures
As trade fair constructors for Dresden, we know about the potential of the location: Around half a million people visit the trade fair every year. With a total area of 53,600 square metres, the trade fair grounds offer sufficient space for this. The four different exhibition halls cover around 23,000 square metres. Depending on the orientation of the events, these meet different requirements, which we, as trade fair constructors for Dresden, are happy to use. In addition, there is an open space of 13,500 square metres. The grounds can be easily reached by tram no. 10 of the Dresden public transport system. For visitors arriving by car, Messe Dresden offers around 60,000 parking spaces.
Trade fair Dresden – Leading trade fairs for research and development
As stand builders for Dresden, we know that the Saxon state capital more than lives up to its reputation as a research location. Thus a conference of the Silicon Saxony e. V. takes place annually. The event enables more than 300 manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, universities, research institutes and public institutions to present new research results at their exhibition stands. The industry network for micro and nanoelectronics, software, applications, smart systems and energy systems is one of the most successful in Europe. The Materials Week, with which Messe Dresden presents itself as a stage for internationally recognised materials sciences, is heading in a similar direction – each individual trade fair stand is an outlook on tomorrow’s production processes. The ISH follow-up also enjoys a growing reputation. The fair is regarded as the pivotal point for the latest trends and innovations in the sanitary, heating and air-conditioning sectors. In the meantime, 196 exhibitors on 2600 square metres are taking advantage of the opportunity to inform visitors about new products and trends in the sector at their stand in Dresden.