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NürnbergMesse celebrates its 50th birthday

03.04.2024

NürnbergMesse is celebrating its 50th anniversary – and the City of Nuremberg is celebrating along with it.

In a time when connecting people together counts more than ever, the exhibition company is launching a campaign that centres a very special narrative on personal stories and what they share with NürnbergMesse: “Messe.Stadt.Nürnberg.” (which is equivalent to trade fair city of Nuremberg) is not just the title of a book published for the anniversary, but a way of highlighting Nuremberg as a City of Trade Fairs, and the guiding idea behind a campaign in the form of billboards, a microsite, and a number of short videos that focus on the people for whom Nuremberg is far more than just a place to hold events.

For its 50th anniversary, NürnbergMesse is orchestrating its own celebration in a very special way. And the main players are the city’s people. Congratulations come in from a taxi driver who has witnessed the company’s changes first-hand for decades. A hotel manager, whose business ebbs and flows with trade fair cycles. A restaurateur whose culinary creations delight international guests. A booth builder whose craft makes trade fairs possible in the first place. And one of our own NürnbergMesse employees, one among many whose passion has made the company what it is today. A wide array of personalities who express their bond with the trade fair business in a very personal way, and thus also highlight NürnbergMesse’s function as an economic powerhouse.

“Our anniversary campaign pays tribute to the city, and to the support and passion that have kept NürnbergMesse flourishing for 50 years. Each of these stories reflects the people of Nuremberg’s hospitality and their warm welcome for guests at our exhibition centre,” explains Thomas Koch, senior vice president group development at NürnbergMesse.
The campaign will also appear on the www.50years.nuernbergmesse.de microsite, with support from a variety of social media activities. It’s meant not just for those who live in Nuremberg and the Metropolitan Region, but also for their partners on site. To celebrate 50 years of its existence, the exhibition company is publishing a book, “Messe.Stadt.Nürnberg.”. Its 200 pages deal with not just the history of NürnbergMesse, but also Nuremberg’s role in the historical context of markets and trade. It gives a voice to many eyewitnesses – among the authors are Bavarian prime minister Markus Söder, Nuremberg lord mayor Marcus König, and TV entertainer Thomas Gottschalk. The publication illuminates from a variety of angles how important the successful interplay of the major trade fair patrons from the State of Bavaria and the City of Nuremberg has been for NürnbergMesse’s development right down to today.

 
 

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