Happy Birthday analytica!
In 1968, a manned space capsule circled the moon for the first time, Germany introduced value added tax, and young people all over the world revolted against the prevailing circumstances. The analytics sector was also on the verge of a new era: in April of 1968, the analytica celebrated its premiere in Munich, back then it was still called “ANALYTICA—International Trade Exhibition for biochemical analyses”.
| The milestones of analytica’s history |
| 1968 ||The analytica celebrates its premiere with 90 exhibitors on a gross area of 5,000 square metres and 4,000 visitors from 17 countries. The accompanying conference “Biochemical Analysis” welcomes more than 800 industry visitors.|
| 1972 ||Already at the third analytica, all figures of the first event have more than doubled: more than 9,400 visitors flock the analytica in Munich on a gross area of 9,000 square metres.|
| 1976 ||The analytica has meanwhile established itself as the lead international trade fair. 13,308 visitors from 21 countries can learn all about the industry innovations on nearly 21,000 square metres of exhibition space.|
| 1992 ||A premiere at the analytica Munich: the first special show on an area of 182 square metres.|
| 1998 ||The analytica relocates to the new exhibition grounds in München-Riem.|
| 2002 || For the first time, more than 1,000 exhibitors attend the exhibition. |
With the analytica China the trade fair takes the first step onto one of the most important analytical markets of the world.
| 2003 ||The industry ventures into another important growth market with the analytica Anacon India.|
| 2009 ||analytica Munich and IMAG GmbH host the first analytica Vietnam in Hanoi.|
| 2012 ||Live presentations in fully equipped Live Labs are held for the first time and become an outstanding success at the analytica in Munich.|
| 2014 ||The international exhibition network of the analytica continues to grow: the analytica Anacon India takes over the India Lab Expo.|
| 2016 ||The leading international trade fair for laboratory technology, analytics and biotechnology breaks all records: 1,244 exhibitors, 37 percent of which from abroad, present their innovations and future trends on the exhibition grounds in Munich.|
| 2017 ||The analytica cluster continues its path of expansion: this time with the Lab Africa, which will take place for the first time under the auspices of the analytica cluster in 2019.|