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ISPO Munich 2017

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The 2017 edition of the world’s largest sports trade show ISPO Munich concluded successfully in Germany with an increase of 6 per cent in visitors’ footfall in comparison to last year. The event attracted more than 85,000 visitors this year from 120 countries as against 81,368 at the 2016 edition. This noticeable surge in the number of visitors was from Italy, Russia, UK, China and US.

The show noted 97 per cent positive response from the participants. Also, the industry’s optimistic approach was clearly visible at the four-day show. On the exhibitors front, 3 per cent in rise in display was seen with a total of 2,732 participants who showcased their latest products, technologies and innovations at the fair.

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Besides, the apparel show witnessed special focus on Women in sports, both as industry executives and as a target group. For more than 45 years the show has given an inclusive overview of the entire range of outdoor, ski and sporting goods, athletic wear, footwear and fashion, along with latest trends in these segments.

The next edition of ISPO Munich will take place from January 28-31, 2018.

 

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