High End Munich 2021 Fully Booked
High End Munich 2021 is now fully booked!
High End Society, High End Munich's organising body, has proudly announced that exhibitor interest in what is arguably Europe's, possibly the world's, biggest and best audio show is as strong as ever.
Like many events last year, High End Munich was cancelled, and then the initially planned dates in May for High End Munich 2021 were pushed back to the current timing of September 9th-12th. However, this has not put off the exhibitors who have filled all the spaces two weeks before the registration deadline to be part of the 39th High End show.
This is great news for visitors, the press and everyone involved in the success of the trade show during both the planning and implementation stages. We are told that the constant high demand for the sought-after exhibitor areas in the halls and atriums of the MOC Event Center in Munich clearly shows how keen the industry is to finally showcase its high-quality products to a live audience again.
High End Munich 2021 promises to be once more a world-leading platform for both the big players in the industry and smaller owner-managed companies.
High End Society pitches the exhibition as the perfect place to establish business relationships, expand networks and exchange ideas and experiences with other industry experts.
Stefan Dreischärf, Managing Director of High End Society Service GmbH, told StereoNET:
The second trade visitor day has attracted a consistently positive response. We are very pleased about this situation and will do everything that we can to ensure that the HIGH END can take place in extremely safe conditions.” Dreischärf does, of course, regret that he will probably be unable to accept all registrations. As was the case in previous years, all further enquiries received for the HIGH END will now have to be placed on the waiting list, given that the event is fully booked.
The September dates were chosen to enable everyone to plan for the event, especially those travelling into Germany. After all, current developments indicate that global travel will still be restricted in the early summer.
It is hoped that the wide variety of testing options available will increase confidence that events with a large number of participants will be held by September. As expected, the event organiser has also developed a reliable and flexible hygiene concept that can be adapted to suit changing circumstances at any time.
Fingers crossed, then. Will you be confident enough to travel to the show in September? Let us know in the Forums.
StereoNET UK’s Editor, bass player, and resident rock star! Jay’s passion for gadgets and Hi-Fi is second only to being a touring musician.
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