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Registrations for Inhorgenta up 15% year-on-year

Visitor registrations for the forthcoming edition of Inhorgenta Munich are up 15% year-on-year, according to show organisers.

Despite Brexit and other global events in 2016, organisers say that visitor registrations for the show, which runs from February 18-21, are ahead of where they were at this time last year.

In addition to increased visitor registrations, organisers have also confirmed a strong exhibitor turnout with the Carat Hall (C1) fully booked and the others filling up fast.

Once again the show will again be spread over six halls and will feature Timepieces (A1), Technology & Bijoux (A2), Fine Jewellery (B1), Elegance & Lifestyle (B2), Carat (C1), and Contemporary Design & Vision (C2).

The restructuring of the Fine Jewellery and Timepieces halls, which took place last year, is said to have been well-received by both exhibitors and visitors and the catwalk and surrounding design aisles in the Fine Jewellery hall will be back in 2017 by popular demand.

The 2016 edition of the show saw 940 exhibitors from 33 countries present their products and innovations to over 26,000 visitors from 75 countries and the organisers hope that with the increased registrations so far, the 2017 show is set to exceed these numbers.

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