Prowein announces France will get more floor space in 2021

Tuesday January 14 2020 by Vitisphere

Michael Degen and Professor Simone Loose at the press conference presenting Prowein 2020 in Paris on 8 January.Michael Degen and Professor Simone Loose at the press conference presenting Prowein 2020 in Paris on 8 January. - Photo credit : Marion Sepeau Ivaldi

Is Prowein too cramped? The remark is one that exhibitors, especially the French, have often been heard making, and as executive director Michael Degen pointed out at a press conference in Paris on 8 January, “there is nothing worse than having expectations the organisers cannot fulfil”. Their frustrations should be eased in 2021 when some of Messe Düsseldorf’s halls are modernised and transformed, including rebuilding of Hall 1: “In 2021 we will offer a new concept regarding use of the halls. There will be more space and rest areas and catering facilities will be introduced. Also, more floor space will be available for French exhibitors, both for those already exhibiting at Prowein and those on the waiting list”, promised Degen. Reminding attendees that France is a long-standing partner of Prowein and has been since the inception of the exhibition at the end of the 1990s, Degen also insisted on the special relationship between the exhibition and the French wine industry. He ensured that Prowein “intends to pay special attention to France in 2021”.

 

 

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