ISPO 2018

OER’s guide to the biggest of the outdoor trade fairs

ISPO 2018 is back in January in 2018, with next year’s show opening its doors on the 28th January – a week earlier than in 2017. The dates may have changed (again), but other than that, ISPO 2018 is looking like being business as usual, with the sports industry’s most successful multi-segment trade fair worldwide already gearing up to host over 2,700 exhibitors, and looking to welcome nearly 87,000 industry experts.

Few would doubt that it’s bigger, better, faster, and more colourful than of the other sports and outdoor fairs. And exhibitors and visitors alike would agree that it’s become the only way to start the outdoor year.

Why go?

To keep track of the market
ISPO Munich offers a complete market overview. The 16 halls are divided into eight segments: Snowsports, Outdoor, Health & Fitness, Urban, Teamsports, Vision, Trends, Innovation & Industry Services and Manufacturing & Suppliers. This provides the only chance retailers get to see the whole market place under one roof.

Expand your network
Attended by key industry giants as well as sports professionals, ISPO is the place to meet experts, to expand networks and to develop future business relationships. It’s worth noting that 87 % of ISPO exhibitors come from abroad.

Enjoy an ambitious program of side events
If you would like to discover the latest developments and witness prominent figures from the world of sports up close and personal, then you’re in the right place. Conferences, lectures, seminars and prominent exhibition areas (‘focus areas’) at ISPO provide fascinating insights as well as inspiration.

As a real measure of the show’s success, 98% of visitors would recommend it to others. We’re among them.

Opening Hours

Opening hours 2018             Exhibitors            Visitors

Sunday, January 28, 2018              07:30 – 18:00     09:00 – 18:00

Monday, January 29, 2018            07:30 – 18:00     09:00 – 18:00

Tuesday, January 30, 2018            07:30 – 18:00     09:00 – 18:00

Wednesday, January 31, 2018     07:30 – 17:00     09:00 – 17:00

Ticket Prices

TICKET TYPE BUY ONLINE BUY ON THE DOOR
One-day ticket EUR 26 EUR 39
Four-day ticket EUR 39 EUR 56
ISPO Card
Offering benefits including an airport shuttle service and discount on hotels
EUR 79 EUR 79
Trainee one-day ticket
For apprentices and school and college students (proof required)
Only available on the door EUR 17
Kids’ ticket
Available for children aged 12 and below; the standard price applies to anyone aged 13 and over
Only available on the door Free in conjunction with a trade visitor ticket

How to purchase tickets

If you are already registered, simply click on the GET YOUR ISPO MUNICH TICKET NOW tab on the website www.ispo.com/en/munich/trade-visitors/tickets-registration

Not registered? Until January 23rd you can register online. Simply click NEW REGISTRATION ISPO MUNICH  www.ispo.com/en/munich/trade-visitors/tickets-registration

Accommodation

For hotel reservations www.tradefairs.com email: messe-muenchen@tradefairs.com

Travel Info

ISPO Munich is within easy reach of Munich Airport, which is served from many UK airports. A shuttle bus will be running throughout the show – details and timetables will be published nearer the time on the ISPO Munich website.

Further Details

Website: www.ispo.com/en/munich

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