Tickets, directory of exhibitors, hall plan and list of topics available online
Five halls, 800 exhibitors, three days' duration: The energy sector will meet at Messe Essen from 11 to 13 February 2020. A visit to the E-world energy & water fair will be the ideal opportunity to get to know many suppliers and their ranges on offer in one place. The online services available at www.e-world-essen.com make preparation easier.
This already starts with the purchase of the ticket which can be conveniently handled online. Visitors who register in advance by filling in the form published on the homepage will receive a 50-percent discount on the admission price. The e-ticket also offers advantages otherwise: Without having to wait at the box office, it is always ready to hand on the smartphone. The current directory of exhibitors with a filter function is also online. Companies and associations are arranged by product category, for example, which makes it easier to conduct a quick and targeted search. The detailed hall plan helps visitors find their way around the fair site. For a better overview, the topics called Innovation, Smart Energy, Trading & Finance, Career Forum and Trade Press Stand are listed separately on the internet. Exhibitors and events which relate to the topic in terms of content are assigned to the appropriate category in each case.
Register online for the fair seminar or choose the premium offer straight away
News from the sector, innovative developments, case studies which can help in everyday working life - visitors can experience all this on the fair. Trade associations, companies and industry insiders have published their lecture program in advance on the website. At the congress held parallel to the fair, experts from politics, business and science will discuss current topics of interest to the sector. Visitors can find the right seminar for their goals in advance and register online. Those who find it difficult to make a selection can book the conference package with a premium ticket: This will give visitors access to all events from Tuesday, 11 February to Thursday, 13 February (with the exception of the 24th Specialist Conference for Future Energies).
Social media, business networks and the official fair medium
E-world is represented on Twitter and Facebook. In addition, top topics are summarized in a newsletter, which can be subscribed to via the homepage. Groups of business networks like Xing and LinkedIn are also interesting sources of information. The E-world magazine, the official fair medium, is also available online.
Many companies will attract visitors with innovative stand constructions, interactive exhibits, exciting shows and fair parties. In the trade press lounge with more than 60 media partners, it will be possible to charge the smartphone. There will also be tables and chairs available - whether for work or for a short break in between.
A further convenient plus will be the journey to the fair by public transport. The U 11 subway train stops directly in front of the fair hall. This means: no need to search for a parking space and short distances. The West entrance to the fair site is located directly at the "Messe West-Süd/Gruga" stop.