Messe Frankfurt: Business model for global business
Messe Frankfurt is the world‘s largest trade fair, congress and event organiser with its own exhibition grounds. Based in Frankfurt, Germany, it has a history of 800 years in the trade fair business.
Messe Frankfurt Japan Ltd is the subsidiary of Messe Frankfurt, which organises several domestic fairs. The subsidiary also provides support for Japanese exhibitors and visitors to attend and participate in overseas fairs.
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1 February 2023: Company new location
We will be relocating the office to the address below from the 20th of February.
4F Sumitomo Fudosan Chiyoda Fujimi Building, 1-8-19 Fujimi Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0071, Japan
Tel 81 3 3262 8453 / Fax 81 3 3262 8442
*Please note; our telephone and fax numbers will remain unchanged.
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Items for the purpose of using personal information, the following bold part has been added.
Purpose of Using Personal Information
Personal data and company information may be used for the purpose of conducting questionnaires as well as providing information on fairs, events, seminars (including online), magazines and related services of the *Messe Frankfurt Group companies as well as on products and services provided by co-organisers, exhibitors and sponsors. We will utilize your data for no other purposes. The personal information received will be kept under our strict control and management. In addition, personal data and company information (including information of a contact person and representative of your company) stated in the application form may be provided to the *Messe Frankfurt Group companies and official contractors for the above purpose. The exhibitor is required to obtain the consent of the individual concerned with respect to our provision of such information to the *Messe Frankfurt Group companies and official contractors.
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Messe Frankfurt Japan relocates to new office to accommodate expansion
The move to larger premises on 20 February marks a new chapter in Messe Frankfurt’s ongoing growth journey in Japan. Following a solid recovery in its trade fair business from COVID-19 related disruption, the company organised 10 events and welcomed 2,838 exhibitors and 183,243 visitors in Japan during 2022.
Trade fair activities more important than ever
Messe Frankfurt is looking ahead to the coming financial year 2022 with cautious optimism. Speaking at the End-of-Year Press Talk earlier today, Wolfgang Marzin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Messe Frankfurt, said: “We are registering a very strong desire on the part of our customers to participate in our trade fairs, even though the situation remains volatile and there is much uncertainty in the sectors.”
Messe Frankfurt aiming for €500 million in sales in 2022
Messe Frankfurt is ready to start up again. Speaking at the Corporate Press Conference earlier today, Wolfgang Marzin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Messe Frankfurt, said: “If the pandemic situation continues to improve, we have every confidence that we will be able to get fully started again in all areas in 2022. We are aiming for sales of over €500 million.”
Formnext Forum Tokyo becomes the first Messe Frankfurt event to return in Japan since March
Following China, Japan can now be added to the list of countries in Asia where Messe Frankfurt is beginning to resume its physical events. From 24 – 25 September, Formnext Forum Tokyo welcomes 29 leading exhibitors and 13 notable speakers to the Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Trade Center, as professionals from the additive manufacturing (AM) industry converge to explore technological trends and 3D printing opportunities in the local market.
Messe Frankfurt aims to reach 2019 sales levels again by as early as 2023
Messe Frankfurt is looking optimistically to the future. At Messe Frankfurt’s Corporate Press Conference earlier today, President and Chief Executive Officer Wolfgang Marzin emphasised: “By 2023, we want to reach the same level of sales as we did in financial year 2019.”