Mark Held, General Secretary of the European Outdoor Group, reveals why the European Outdoor Summit is a must-attend event for the outdoor industry.
This year’s event marks the European Outdoor Summit’s fifth year – what can attendees expect?
Following a similar format to last year’s event in Barcelona, this year’s Summit will once again offer a day and a half of informative seminars and keynote presentations from some truly inspirational and engaging speakers from within and outside of the industry. As well as having the opportunity to listen and learn from the best, the EOS offers delegates the unique opportunity to meet and network with like-minded individuals from across Europe and beyond. In addition to the presentations during the day, there will be ample opportunity to kick back and unwind with fellow delegates at the networking evening, which we are proud to be hosting at Castello Di Roncade, which was build in 1490. Read More
The first event, OTS 2006, took place in in Hall 1 at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, with 46 exhibitors booking stand space and attracting 621 visitors, all praising the show and the venue.
Due to the increased demand for space, the show moved to the larger Hall 2 at Stoneleigh Park in 2007 which offered 50% more space – it was again a sell out with 888 visitors and 85 exhibitors, and has continued to grow ever since. Read More
OER speaks to Stefan Reisinger, Head of OutDoor, about this year’s OutDoor Show, returning on 18-21 June in Friedrichshafen, Germany.
What can we expect from this year’s OutDoor Show?
The 24th edition of the trade show sees all the leading international brands attending and includes numerous new themes. With a fantastic turnout of 965 exhibitors from 40 nations, OutDoor is once again the perfect platform for the new season. Read More