How are you?

How are you? #WeCare #PartnershipBeyondBusiness

How are you coping with the current situation that has so many new challenges set for us?

Dear partners and friends of NürnbergConvention,

the corona virus is dominating our society and currently determines our lives to a large extent. One of the first industries to be affected by it was the meetings industry, where a large number of people come together at once and exchange information with each other.

Now the protection of you and our employees has top priority. Health first! As long as the important and sensible measures of the Federal Government, the Free State of Bavaria and the City of Nuremberg are in force, event operations in the entire destination and thus of course also in the halls and congress centers on the NürnbergMesse site will be suspended. You can find further information here. It is a necessary break in view of the special situation!

#StayHome #FlattenTheCurve

We are already looking forward to see you again, healthy, motivated and with new ideas and formats. Because there is one thing we are deeply convinced of: that it will continue to be important in the future for people to come together, meet, exchange ideas and achieve more. This is what the events in Nuremberg stand for.

It will continue to be important to come together in the future to achieve more.

We are happy to persue your industry dialogue as soon as possible. We are already looking forward to our reunion!

Until then, we wish you and your families good health and if nessecary a speedy recovery and strong nerves!

If you have any questions or need support, we are here for you.
Your team from NürnbergConvention
T: 0911 86 06-87 07

info@nuernberg-convention.de

"When we get back on the road..."

The NürnbergConvention team has been thinking about what the future will bring and what everyone is looking forward to "when things move on again..."

And as always: What pleases the private person, pleases the trade fair and congress guest! There is a lot to experience.
Yvonne Coulin

"After the many digital meetings, I am looking forward to the first joint 'analogue' conferences and meetings. When I can finally meet my colleagues again for personal exchange and networking."

Yvonne Coulin

Jan Gerrit Ebener

"Countless conversations in recent weeks have shown that we can have confidence in our networks and partnerships - and our partners and customers in us! One thing is already becoming apparent: People will want to meet again. In order for this to succeed, it is now necessary to find creative solutions for the transition. I am very much looking forward to this! And what I look forward to in my private life: Sport with my boys – open the tennis courts again".

Jan Gerrit Ebener

Sabina Linke

"In the first weeks of the new year I wanted to go to the many small new restaurants that opened last. If only I had done it! Life is action, not "you could when you have time..." What I will definitely do as soon as it is possible again: visit my little district bookstore "Buch und Spiel" (“Books and Games”) and browse to my heart's content. Then, with my newly acquired treasures, I'll enjoy an apéro in the sun among people."

Sabina Linke

Kristina Kastelan

"To be honest, I found the forced deceleration during the Corona crisis a welcome change from the stressful everyday life, even though the reason worried all of us. But now I can hardly wait to finally spend time with my family and friends again. The first thing we will certainly do is have a beer - for me rather a glass of wine - at one of my favourite places in Nuremberg, the Tiergärtnertorplatz below the castle. I'm also really looking forward to going to the cinema again or seeing a live act in my favourite indie club. Because seeing something live simply cannot replace any stream in the world!"

Kristina Kastelan

Tanya Rubenbauer

"I hope that my family and I will keep something from this time: The cohesion, the prudent cooperation and the 'quality time', which is unfortunately too often neglected in everyday life. But what we are all looking forward to, is that we will hopefully soon be able to experience and enjoy our time together at great events in our wonderful city, such as the Classic Open Air in the Luitpoldhain."

Tanya Rubenbauer

Viola Albrecht

"I am most looking forward to meeting my family and friends again. It is not so important how and where, as long as you are allowed to hug each other again for a greeting without prejudice! Now that you can't do that anymore, you realize how important this "little thing" is - a hug from your loved ones is irreplaceable."

Viola Albrecht

Alexandra Költsch

"Corona has a good thing too: you spend a lot of time with your family." - He's right, my son. I'm actually enjoying this intense, private time very much. However, despite telephone and video conferencing, I still lack my professional contacts. Especially now, when we are actually in the ´hot phase´ of IMEX preparations. The hectic pace, coupled with excitement and anticipation, the claim not to forget anything and to present a great booth again, but also the good cooperation with our partner companies. I am looking forward to this again!"

Alexandra Költsch

Geoffrey Glaser

"Although I have never privately planned long in advance, I am looking forward to being able to plan something reliably again: vacations, meeting friends. And, of course, my colleagues - the fact that the exchange in the home office works so well is ultimately an expression of the great personal cooperation in the exhibition and congress center on site!“

Geoffrey Glaser

Our heartfelt thanks…

… go to all doctors, nursing staff, basically everyone who is currently working to safeguard our health and safety, or in the public service, and those in trade, logistics and industry who are keeping us supplied with the necessities of life. Many thanks for all the valuable work you are doing to look after us all!
To everyone suffering from COVID-19 or with family affected by the disease: we wish you lots of strength at this time, and send our good wishes for a speedy recovery.