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Industry greats decide to participate in ISPO MUNICH 2012
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Oct '11
ISPO MUNICH is gaining better than ever momentum: following the 2011 record statistics the trade show is once again experiencing an increase in exhibitor registrations and the reserved exhibit space. Four months before ISPO MUNICH opens its doors the number of registered exhibitors rose by 2.8 percent; the exhibit space increased by 3.2 percent.

In its position as a leading international sports business platform and the only multi-segment trade show ISPO MUNICH offers an unprecedented overview of the entire selection of sporting goods. At the 2012 event the Outdoor segment, in particular, will cover all its facets in three exhibit halls as well as the East entrance area.

In addition to well-known industry greats a variety of key players including Black Yak, Eagle Creek, Ecco and Sigg have registered for the first time for the upcoming ISPO MUNICH. This is an impressive validation of the trade show's internationally significant position for the important Outdoor industry. However, other communities are also experiencing new additions, among them Li Ning, X Bionic X-Technology and Nixon.

ISPO MUNICH will be held from January 29th to February 1st, 2012 at the New Munich Trade Fair.

Managing close to 40 trade expositions for industrial, consumer goods, and new technology in Munich alone, Messe München International (MMI) is one of the world's leading exposition companies. More than 30,000 exhibitors from over 100 countries, and more than two million visitors from over 200 countries participate in the events at the New Munich Trade Fair, the ICM – International Congress Center Munich, and at the M,O,C, Event and Order Center every year.

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