[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]
Reduced conditions available up until 17 February - save up to
15 percent on the prices of exhibition space - secure attractive
conditions for space in the business and entertainment area.
A major event is casting shadows well in advance: From 13 to 17
August, the gamescom 2014 is being staged and the registration
process for the largest event in the world for interactive
entertainment is already in full swing. Up until 17 February, the
exhibitors of the gamescom can profit from an early booking
discount of up to 15 percent on their reserved space. And that is
not all. In addition to the best booking conditions, early bookers
also increase their chance of receiving a top location at the
industry meeting point of the year, which boasts a total exhibition
surface of 140,000 square meters. Last year, over 635 exhibitors
from 40 countries presented their novelties. 340,000 visitors (+23
percent) including 29,600 trade visitors, made use of the gamescom
2013 as an information and business platform. The exhibitors were
correspondingly satisfied with the outcome of the event: Regarding
the achievement of their trade fair goals, 81 percent of the
companies interviewed were very satisfied and the trade visitor
attendance was positively assessed by over 90 percent.
The registration documents can be downloaded here:
http://bit.ly/1doHvs6 Further information is
For 90 years, Koelnmesse has been bringing people and markets
together. The success story of Cologne trade fairs began in 1924
with the opening of the first event on the exhibition grounds in
Cologne-Deutz. During the "economic miracle" of the post-World War
II era, the "Rheinische Messe" became a global trading center.
Today Koelnmesse has the world's fifth-largest exhibition complex
and organizes approximately 75 trade fairs in Cologne and all over
the world. During its anniversary year of 2014, Koelnmesse is
bringing its history to the public’s attention through
numerous activities, publications, and exhibitions.