All the tools IFA 2022 trade visitors need to make business happen
IFA2022 is the perfect place for buyers to carry out their end-of-year business with leading consumer and home electronics brands.
The event, one of the most efficient global meetings for industry and trade, offers its trade visitors a wide range services to help foster productive business.
For starters, the IFA Trade Visitor Centre, located in Hall 1.2., allows trade visitors to meet in a quiet and relaxing atmosphere, away from the buzz of the trade fair. This way they can carry out their business affairs without being interrupted. Here you will also find the International Trade Press Stand, where all of the leading national and international publications are available free of charge.
The International Trade Visitor Reception, which opens two hours before the trade fair’s official opening time, and from 8 to 10 a.m., invites visitors to connect over a tasty free business breakfast. While those with a busy schedule can take advantage of the shuttle service, which is there to ensure trade visitor ticket holders arrive at their next appointment on time.
Trade visitor tickets also grant visitors free access to this year’s IFA+ Summit Conference, the thinktank of IFA2022 (see opposite page), taking place on Monday, 5 September. Here, under the banner “the next level of thinking”, national and international experts will explore the risks and opportunities of deglobalisation.
In keeping with tradition, tickets also afford visitors admission to exclusive trade visitor tours on the latest hot industry topics. These two-hour tours will be held simultaneously in English and German and focus on the following topics:
• Smart Household Appliances
• Fitness & Digital Health
• Mobile Devices
• Smart Home
• Digital Audio, Wireless Speakers, Headphones
• Global Markets International Sourcing Tour
For more information about the trade show and events visit the official information sources, IFA International, IFA Newsroom and IFA TechTalk. Please note there will be no ticket offices on the grounds and no registration counters at the entrances. People are therefore advised to purchase their tickets online in advance.