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EOG renews contract with Messe München for ispo winter
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Nov '08
In a clear indication of partnership, the European Outdoor Group (EOG) has recently renewed its contract with Messe München for the ispo winter fair.

The EOG believes that it is vital for the outdoor industry to work closely with key trade fair partners and this contract signals a new and exciting phase in the relationship between the two organisations.

Tobias Gröber, ispo Business Unit Leader commented, “As ispo winter and the EOG developed the concepts for the new outdoor_ispo set-up together, this contract emphasises the trusting and collaborative relationship between the EOG and ispo winter. We are looking forward to a great and constructive future.”

Via the ispo winter fair, Messe München has demonstrated a real commitment to the outdoor industry and this year's launch of the outdoor_ispo section was the result of a joint project. Mark Held of the EOG commented, “The outdoor industry is a growing sector and we are proud of our identity and culture. Every single visitor that used the entrance east at the last ispo was met by a new, revitalised, visible commitment to the outdoor sector and we have plans to build on that for the future!”

The contract was signed at the Mammut Headquarters in Seon, Switzerland in the presence of Mark Held, Secretary General, EOG, Rolf Schmid, President, EOG and CEO of the Mammut Sports Group, Manfred Wutzlhofer, Chairman and CEO, Messe München GmbH, and Klaus Dittrich, Managing Director, Messe München GmbH.

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