ispo china 2011 presents itself with a number of changes. In 2011 the leading sports equipment trade show for the Asian-Pacific regions will be held from February 23rd to 25th. The change of the event date to February is the response of Messe MuÌˆnchen International to the many requests by industry representatives for an earlier date.
Yet the date itself is not the only request by its customers Messe MuÌˆnchen International took into account. Since Saturday represents the strongest business day for retailers, ispo china will now be held from Wednesday to Friday instead. Messe MuÌˆnchen International implemented the new schedule to allow all retailers to benefit from the exposition in its entirety without having to sacrifice the week’s most important business day at their stores.
In addition to the new schedule for ispo china in 2011, the event will also change its venue to the new exposition center at the China National Convention Center (CNCC) in Beijing. The CNCC was constructed for the 2008 Olympic Games and is a state-of-the-art facility. The location of the CNCC directly at the Olympic Park with a view of the “Bird’s Nest” Olympic Stadium, two new hotels integrated into the expo center, and direct subway connection offer the ideal environment for ispo china’s long-term growth.
Klaus Dittrich, Chairman of the Management Messe MuÌˆnchen GmbH: “Following the outstanding ispo china 2010, the venue and schedule changes offer plenty of potential for further growth of ispo china. We are pleased to have found in the CNCC an exposition center which satisfies the high quality standards required by Messe MuÌˆnchen International. The excellent infrastructure and the CNCC’s eco-friendly and modern construction ensure that our exhibitors and visitors will benefit from the best possible services and thus an enjoyable stay.
CNCC is the venue for the future of ispo china.”
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