May 23, 2023
Ambiente Working is growing in all segments, occupies three additional hall levels with the Forum and Festhalle and offers decision makers a much more efficient round trip in the eastern part of the fairground. The number of registrations is already above the level of this year’s event – including numerous well-known returning companies and new exhibitors.
Ambiente Working will be launched in 2024 with a significantly larger paper, office supplies and stationery cosmos and will offer specialised stationery buyers from all over the world an optimised round trip..
“The interest in the upcoming event is huge. We are receiving very good feedback, on the one hand, from the companies that took part in 2023 and, on the other, from new interested parties. We already have more registrations than participants at this year’s event,” said a delighted Yvonne Engelmann, Director Ambiente Living, Giving and Working.
“With our new office and stationery cosmos, we are responding precisely to the wish of the office supplies and stationery brand industry to join forces and use Ambiente as an international business platform. To this end, Office and Remanexpo will be given more space from 2024 onwards, will be newly anchored at the exhibition centre and, at the same time, will move closer to the Future of Work highlight in the Office Design & Solutions segment and to Creativeworld. In addition, we are combining stationery and school supplies under one roof. In this way, we are creating a separate, significantly larger office and stationery cosmos for international buyers with short distances for maximum efficiency and simultaneously, better visibility for the global paper, office supplies, and stationery industry”, emphasised Engelmann.
Remanexpo, the platform for remanufactured printer components, continues to be located in the Congress Centre and – new – additionally in Forum 1 – on the same level. Here, a remanufacturer brand area will be set up with European brands and distributors, so that the Forum will become an impressive and renowned “House of Brands”. “We want to be the largest and most international platform for the remanufacturing of printer cartridges and components and expand this offer in the future to include printer hardware, consumables, IT and mobile reuse, spare parts and services. The demand is there and continues to grow,” Engelmann added. This is also confirmed by Stefanie Unland, Editor and Publisher of the magazine The Recycler: “The renewed show format is a fantastic platform to promote and expand reuse and ultimately deliver sustainable solutions that benefit everyone.”
The ETIRA association is also reporting back for 2024. “Our participation with our members at this year’s Remanexpo was very well received. And we are already looking forward to being back next year,” said Vincent van Dijk, Secretary General of the European Toner and Inkjet Remanufacturers Association (ETIRA).
To register for Ambiente 2024 click here.
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