The next exhibition in Düsseldorf will take place from 22 to 30 January 2022.
On Thursday, January 21, the management of the Düsseldorf Boat Show decided to cancel the exhibition in 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic and the associated global lockdown.
The next boat show, as planned in the calendar of exhibitions, will open its doors from 22 to 30 January 2022.
“In the current circumstances, it is no longer guaranteed that a boat show will be held on the date scheduled for April,” says Wolfram N. Diener, General Manager of the Düsseldorf Trade Show. “The continuing high infection rate and the fact that the end of the lockdown is currently not expected make it all the more unrealistic to resume exhibition activities at the end of April. We reassessed the situation with our partners and jointly decided to cancel the 2021 boat show ahead of schedule. Our priority is the health and safety of the planning of our exhibitors, visitors and service providers. From now on, all events will be aimed at the successful organization of the exhibition stand 2022 ”.
According to him, the goal is to return to the concept of the Düsseldorf exhibition stand as an event for all water sports enthusiasts, as well as a business and network platform for an international trade audience.
“In 2022,” he added, “work will be done to introduce a blended exhibition experience that, among other things, will provide the opportunity for digital participation in seminars and events at the Düsseldorf Boat Show.”
The 2022 Boat Show will kick off with a registration portal for interested companies this May.
The Düsseldorf stand team will be happy to answer any questions from exhibitors, visitors and the media.
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