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Doors about to open

Triple fair starts international trade show season

THE doors at Christmasworld open on January 24 to presents the latest products and important trends for the festive decorations sector – a day later, Paperworld and Creativeworld welcome visitors to their sectors.

Numerous services before and during these events make it easier for visitors to plan and optimise their time at these leading international trade fairs – Paperworld is the leading international trade fair for paper, office supplies and stationery, while Creativeworld shows art and craft supplies.
Well before visitors make their way to Frankfurt am Main, the exhibitor search engine and the newsletter help them plan and, thanks to the supplementary information, ensure a successful time at the fair.
Even before the doors open, visitors can use the online exhibitor search engine to prepare in detail for their time in Frankfurt am Main.
On the websites of Christmasworld, Paperworld and Creativeworld, they can quickly and easily research by company, product, product group and exhibition halls. Additionally, most exhibitors also include a company profile, details of new products and images.
The newsletters for the individual fairs contain news and information about the various highlights. Free of charge, the newsletters can be subscribed to quickly and easily via the websites.
Working effectively while walking around the fair is easy thanks to the Navigator smartphone apps, which are free to download for iPhones and Android systems, and complimentary internet access.
The app keeps the exhibitor search at your fingertips, and you can connect with customers and colleagues as well as check the daily events programme and latest news.
There’s even a Messe Frankfurt kindergarten, located in the Torhaus tower block in the heart of the Exhibition Centre, where three to 10-year-olds can enjoy a climbing wall, cinema, multi-media counter and cosy reading nests with two teachers in charge.
For parents with children aged up to three, there are changing facilities, a quiet area and a kitchenette where meals can be prepared.
Visitors who buy their tickets over the internet before coming to the fair enjoy many benefits, being able to print them out on the spot as well as saving money with an online day ticket at €20 instead of €26, and an all-event season ticket €42 rather than €62 – and they count as tickets for local RMV-operated public transport.
The travel package from show organisers Messe Frankfurt includes a fully flexible German Rail – DB – return ticket with no fixed train connections, show season ticket and catalogue and can be booked online until January 19.
There are also cheaper fares and special conditions available for Lufthansa  flights when you use the access codes – Christmasworld DEZAQAX, Paperworld DEZAQAE,
 Creativeworld DEZAQAH – in the box marked “Zugang zu Ihrem Lufthansa Angebot” or you can book via IATA travel agents.

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