Eurobike Demo Day Relocated
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany – The eight edition of the Eurobike Demo Day will be relocated to the exhibition grounds in Friedrichshafen. The date will remain the dame, one day before the start of the show and the booths for the demo day will be set up on the Exhibition Park Lot East.
“The test conditions in the immediate vicinity of the fair ground, with the adjacent forest, the dirt roads, and the streets surrounding the exhibition grounds, are very good and make it much easier logistically for both visitors and exhibitors,” says Eurobike General Manager Stefan Reisinger.
“We are convinced that it will be possible to continue to offer good test terrain in the future as well. Many customers expressed the wish to be able to put on Demo Day in the immediate vicinity of their own booths.”
According Messe Friedrichshafen the relocation of Demo Day was essential and in line with the needs of the exhibitors. The setting up of booths on the exhibition grounds and participation on Demo Day can be better and more easily coordinated.
Due to the short distance, the work for the staff is halved, and many tasks for the exhibiting companies are simplified, something that is particularly welcome since they are usually so busy one day before the start of the exhibition. Participation on both the Demo Day and the fair can now be coordinated more easily.
“We were really happy in Argenbühl,” says Klaus Wellmann, CEO of Messe Friedrichshafen, who has nothing but praise for the previous host in the Allgäu. “Everything was a perfect fit there, and the terrain and surroundings were ideal. It was for good reason that a first-class field of participants presented itself there.” On the seventh edition of Eurobike Demo Day last August, 147 exhibitors and brands participated (in 2012 it was 133) and presented their newest products.
Eurobike Demo Day will be held on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the first time on the Exhibition Parking Lot East. It is only accessible to trade visitors and accredited journalists.