Claudia Klingelhöfer
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Claudia Klingelhöfer (editor in chief)

Decision in dialogue with the industry

ISPO Munich at the start of the winter season - OutDoor by ISPO much earlier

ISPO Munich has been permanently shifted to the beginning of the winter sports season. OutDoor by ISPO will take place at the end of May or beginning of June. The ISPO team has done this hand in hand with the industry  together with exhibitors, retailers and associations – decided.

ISPO Munich 2022: The industry meeting from 28 to 30 November in Munich

Together with leading sports and outdoor brands, retailers, and industry associations, Messe München has made two groundbreaking decisions: From now on, ISPO Munich will be held permanently at the start of the winter season at the end of November, thus leaving the previous January date. OutDoor by ISPO will permanently move forward from the end of June to the end of May/beginning of June.

For 2022, this means that ISPO Munich 2022 will now take place from November 28 to 30, 2022 (Monday to Wednesday). The new date for OutDoor by ISPO 2022 is June 12 to 14, 2022 (Sunday to Tuesday).

The permanent shift in dates is a strategic decision due to the far-reaching market changes of recent years. Industry and trade are facing major upheavals in the global supply chain, which has changed order cycles. ISPO Munich, which has been scheduled in January or February, is therefore too late for many industry participants. The permanently brought forward date for OutDoor by ISPO also fits much better into the new order cycles.

Read all the details here in the detailed press release.

Broad support from the industry

Many exhibitors, dealers and associations have already confirmed their presence and support. Among them Antje von Dewitz, Managing Director Vaude and Andrew Denton, CEO of the Outdoor Industry Association, Ronny Höhn, Managing Director Bergfreunde or Andy Schimeck, Managing Director Equip Deutschland GmbH.

Find out here what exhibitors, dealers and associations have to say about the decision.

 

Interview with Tobias Gröber: These are the reasons

In this interview, Tobias Gröber, Executive Director Business Unit Consumer Goods at Messe München, talks about the strategic reasons for both date changes and reveals what advantages the new dates will bring for exhibitors, visitors and consumers alike.

Read the whole interview, including all information on the new dates, here.

Important note for exhibitors

Exhibitors who have already registered for ISPO Munich 2022 will retain this registration for ISPO Munich from Nov. 28-30, 2022.  

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