Three new countries join national pavilions at Spielwarenmesse

Published on: 19th January 2023

A total of 15 countries will be present in different pavilions at the Nuremberg exhibition centre; with France, Uzbekistan and Ukraine representing for the first time.

The International Pavilions provide exhibitors with an ideal entry point to the market, and retailers with a rapid overview. A total of 15 countries will be presenting in different pavilions from 1st to 5th February at the Nuremberg exhibition centre, where new recruits representing for the first time include France, Uzbekistan and Ukraine.

“We are really pleased at the large number of shared stands, and especially at the example set by exhibitors from Ukraine at this difficult time,” commented Christian Ulrich, spokesperson of the Executive Board at Spielwarenmesse eG. Six exhibitors will be showing here. In total, 259 businesses will be taking part in the International Pavilions, which already has a long tradition. Many nations have been represented here for several years and contribute to the international nature of the event.

The Spielwarenmesse offers participants in the national pavilions the opportunity to present their businesses and products in a compact way. They are ably assisted by the Spielwarenmesse team who bundle together a full-service package with skilled support for newcomers and experienced exhibitors alike. This all-inclusive package includes a prepared stand with basic equipment and extends from initial planning to organisational and marketing services and personal support at the fair.

Overview of participating countries and locations of the national pavilions:
Australia Hall 12.0
China Hall 11.0
Czech Republic Hall 3A
France Hall 12.0
Georgia Hall 3A
Hong Kong Halls 12.0 and 4A
India Hall 11.0
Japan Hall 6
Spain Foyer NCC West
Taiwan Halls 11.0, 2 and 5
Thailand Hall 11.0
UK Hall 12.0
Ukraine Hall 3
USA Hall 12.0
Uzbekistan Hall 7

Those who are interested can find further information about the national pavilions on the web page here.


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