This Friday, the international trade show for optics & design, opti for short, will open its four halls in Munich. What makes the extraordinary spring edition from 13 – 15 May 2022 so special and what is worth knowing about it are questions answered by Exhibition Director Bettina Reiter and Klaus Plaschka, Managing Director of the organiser GHM Gesellschaft für Handwerksmessen mbH during an interview.
The one and only time that opti has ever been cancelled, postponed to the spring: After two years, opti is back as the leading show for the German-speaking region. Bettina Reiter, what is included in the special edition of opti?
The highlight is opti itself?
And what is your personal highlight, Bettina Reiter?
What advice do you have for visitors in preparation for opti 2022?
Are there still any special coronavirus rules that visitors need to observe?
As regards the pandemic. Klaus Plaschka, you are the Managing Director of the organiser GHM Gesellschaft für Handwerksmessen mbH. What does the release of opti mean to you? Might the trade fair event have become obsolete over the past two years?
Read more about this show on TEF Magazine or get your tickets here.
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