The last day of ISPO Munich 2019 will be opened at 10 a.m. by the former 800-metre Olympic champion Nils Schumann. On the Health & Fitness stage, he will report on his development from professional athlete to personal trainer. The topic of development will be in the spotlight on Wednesday at the exhibition grounds anyway. During the training day, trainees have the opportunity to make contacts in the sports business. And at 1.30 p.m., the ISPO Academy Stage in Hall C6 will discuss the requirements for new talents in the sporting goods industry.
The last day offers the opportunity to get an overview of the trends in the sports business in 2019 at the many hotspots of the fair. In the "CSR Hub & Sustainability Kiosk" in Hall A4, specialists provide information on the latest developments in the field of sustainability. The new indoor climbing hub in Hall A3 will focus on the trend sport of climbing, which will be Olympic for the first time in 2020. The topic of digitalization will be discussed at the ISPO Digitize in Hall C6 with lectures on the ISPO Academy stage and at exciting product presentations. In the eSports Arena at the ISPO Digitize area in Hall C6, visitors can experience gaming as a sport live at the fair for the first time.
In the same hall, the second part of the Wearables Technologies Conference Europe 2019 will take place. The conference and the accompanying innovation exhibition are the international innovation hub for wearables and IoT. They bring together the world's leading visionaries, companies and other exciting network partners. Don't miss to take a look at Hall B5. There's the entire Skiing combined for the first time with carving, freeskiing, ski touring and alpine skiing under one roof. The matching "Snow & Safety Area" will be available in Hall A3.