Save the date: Next analytica in Munich from June 21 to 24, 2022
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analytica as the most important marketplace of the branch, brings together scientists, entre-preneurs and users from all over the world. This attractive target group is one of the reasons, why you should exhibit at the world’s leading trade fair. But there is still more…
Market leaders, global players and decision-makers from around the world meet at analytica. Take advantage of this powerful networks for your success
With about 1,200 exhibitors, 36,000 visitors and 55,000 square of exhibiting space, analytica is the greatest trade fair for this sector worldwide. The course for 2020 has been set – convince the visitors as an exhibitor and the competitors of your offer.
analytica features an extensive range of solutions for the entire value chain in industrial and research laboratories. Its diverse range of exhibits gives participants a perfect overview of innovations and best-practice examples. Place your offer in laboratory-technology, instrumental analysis, biotechnology, quality control or material testing.
The popular attraction “Live Labs” ensures a special atmosphere again and again. As soon as exhibitors present their new products and solutions live in a real laboratory environment, experts and users get into conversation.
analytica conference will give you profound insights into science and research. It is where the international elite presents the latest analysis findings in all application sectors. Participate in the dialog about the latest developments and fascinating future perspectives
The trade visitors who attend analytica come from branches of industry with budgets to invest and from the research and scientific sectors. For 57% of all visitors, analytica is the only show they attend and no other comparable trade fair. You reach this target group exclusively in Munich. Take your chance.
“The industry needs analytica so that it can present its innovations to an international audience and hold discussions about developing them further.”