October 14, 2021
Paperworld, incorporating the Remanexpo Product Group, will be held from 29 January to 1 February 2022, visitors will experience the products for a modern office and private paper and stationery needs live on site.
The Frankfurt exhibition centre will once again be transformed over four days into a trend and business platform that guarantees a successful start to the 2022 season for the trade and industry.
“We are delighted that, after a year’s break, we will once again be able to hold Paperworld on site in Frankfurt am Main. The entire paper, office supplies and stationery sector is looking forward, just as we are, to the personal business contact to exchange information about new products and the direct product experience. Over the past few months, we have repeatedly heard from all sides the wish for a real Paperworld, because it is simply THE meeting place for the sector”, said Philipp Ferger, Vice President Consumer Goods Fairs, Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH.
From office equipment and furnishings to organisational and presentation aids, office papers, writing and drawing utensils, computer and printer accessories as well as recycled printer supplies, the product segments on show in Halls 3.0 and 4.0 will make tomorrow’s workplace a visionary office, Paperworld said.
In the office segment, exhibitors including Durable, Edding, Erich Krause, General Machines Technology, HSM, Jakob Maul, Legamaster, Navigator, Novus Dahle, Ninestar and Static Control Components, Printservice (Pedro Schöller), Schneider Schreibgeräte and Sigel will be showing their product ranges.
In Hall 4.0, the Remanexpo area will once again host The Recycler Live Seminars with expert lectures on current topics in the industry.
Paperworld also announced that Eva Olbrich will take over temporary management of Paperworld. Bettina Bär, Head of Paperworld, will be moving internally to another division at Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH as of 15 October 2021. “We would like to thank Bettina Bär for her work as Head of Paperworld, which she carried out with great enthusiasm and quickly became familiar with the paper, office supplies and stationery sector. We therefore regret all the more that she is now leaving this area of responsibility after only a short time, but at the same time wish her every success in her new tasks”, said Ferger.
The temporary management of Paperworld will be taken over by Eva Olbrich, who is already in charge of the two trade fairs Christmasworld and Creativeworld. With her many years of experience as head of consumer goods fairs, she is excellently prepared for this task. The parallel nature of the Christmasworld, Creativeworld and Paperworld trade fairs also makes it easier for her to familiarise herself with the sectors covered by the PBS trade fair. “Eva Olbrich has already gained a great deal of experience in the Paperworld environment in recent years and therefore brings a great deal of knowledge with her for her new task. I am delighted that she is taking over the provisional management until Paperworld 2022 and we all wish her every success with the fairs at the end of January”, said Ferger.
Additional digital offers intensify networking
A supplementary online platform for Paperworld increases the international reach for exhibiting companies and trade visitors and also promotes new contacts, networking opportunities and knowledge transfer. Digital exchange via chat or video is already possible one week before and two weeks after the event.
In this way, the trade fair highlights can also be experienced by visitors from overseas who will not be able to travel to the fair in 2022 due to travel restrictions. The videos will be made available afterwards on the Conzoom Solutions knowledge platform. With the Nextrade order and data management portal, there is another digital service already established by Messe Frankfurt. Nextrade enables digital 24/7 business relationships between retailers and suppliers. As the first digital B2B marketplace for Home & Living, the platform digitally brings together supply and demand from the entire industry and thus creates great added value for both sides.
Safe trade fair visit thanks to protection and hygiene concept
Messe Frankfurt’s hall and infrastructure is not only unique, but also an important component of the protection and hygiene concept. To make the personal encounter at Paperworld as safe as possible for all participants, Messe Frankfurt makes use of various control. These go far beyond the measures taken in the public sector and make the Frankfurt’s exhibition halls into excellent and safe meeting places, even in times of pandemic. The measures include 100 per cent fresh air supply, generous design of halls and entrances to maintain safety distances, intensive cleaning measures, a hygiene-adapted catering concept and the proven wearing of mouth and nose protection.
Business trips to Germany possible without quarantine
According to the current status, entry into Germany is possible for business travellers from almost all countries without quarantine. The prerequisite for this is a business reason, which is participation in the trade fair. In addition, visitors require proof of complete vaccination, recovery or a current antigen test (3G).
Planning to exhibit? Then just register here: https://paperworld.messefrankfurt.com/frankfurt/en/planning-preparation/exhibition-appearance.html.
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