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You intend to attend the K Show this fall in Düsseldorf? Good idea. You have no doubt already booked your room, or are going to do that very, very soon. The K show runs October 27 through November 3, 2010, and organizer Messe Düsseldorf is expecting about 3000 exhibiting companies and a good deal more than 200,000 visitors. If you still need a room for the night, the regional restaurant and hotel association can help find one, two or 20.

MPW Staff

March 17, 2010

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K Show tickets go on sale, online

can help find one, two or 20.  

Starting this month you also can order your tradeshow entrance tickets online, with prices the same as for the last (2007) show at €49/person, €6 less than if you wait and purchase them at the gates.

A three-day ticket is available online for €108, €12 less than at the gates in Düsseldorf. To order tickets, click on the "Online Ticketing" link and enter the desired number and type of tickets. As in the past, an admission ticket to the tradeshow also is good for travel on the buses, trams, and trains belonging to the Rhine-Ruhr (VRR) and Rhine-Sieg (VRS) integrated public transport systems. For those not too familiar with Germany's public transport system, this does not include trains identified as ICE (Intercity Express) or IC (Intercity) trains, but includes all of the regional trains—you'll have no trouble getting to Cologne with the ticket, for instance, and you can ride Düsseldorf's subway for free. The German train system's website is available in English here.  

If your company is an exhibitor at the show, then the person responsible for planning the event can conduct his entire trade fair preparation via the show organizer's website, www.k-online.de. From that website, a user can choose and book his choice of stand design, stand equipment, security, and logistics. All these tools are available in German and English, and there are information pages for exhibitors, visitors, and journalists in these two languages plus French, Italian, and Spanish.

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