Around 1,500 exhibitors from 60 countries will be presenting a wide range of products in the areas of office and stationery at Paperworld. A diverse complementary programme on relevant industry topics also awaits visitors from 25th – 28th January 2020.
The digital event calendar, which is available on the Paperworld website, offers visitors all the dates at a glance enables them to put together their own personal programme for an efficient visit to the fair.
Visionary office - shows product segments that will turn the workplace of tomorrow into a modern office
Future Office - focusing on "Smart solutions". This doesn't just refer to digital products and solutions, but also to the interaction between the analogue and digital office worlds.
Envelope 2.0 @ E- Commerce – the theme park area is a marketplace for Internet trading, packaging, and postal service providers as well as operators of the respective trading platforms
Remcon Seminars - take place in the Remanexpo product area. Find out about the latest developments in the field of remanufactured printer consumables and hardcopy components
Sustainable Office Day (28 January) - in presentations and discussions, experts in the field provide insights into current developments in the world of the sustainable office, and address the challenges posed by eco-fair procurement
Paperworld Trends - three trend worlds for the 2020/21 season will be presented in the area, combining modern working with hip lifestyle trends
Future Learning - visitors can look forward to a presentation of current and future-oriented learning concepts. The emphasis here is strongly on lifelong learning and new forms of learning at school
Mr Books & Mrs Paper - aimed at booksellers and dealers who want to effectively combine books, paper goods and stationery products
Förderareal - promotional area showcasing German innovation. Young startups will present their fresh ideas and unconventional products
Wrap Up! – the packaging show offers tips and tricks on how gifts can be wrapped quickly and attractively
Oriental Culture – the exhibition shows a piece of the Orient with fine craftsmanship and products that combine traditional design and Far Eastern characteristics. Also on display are high-quality paper, office supplies and stationery items such as bookmarks, papers and pens
Golden Greeting Card – the competition will see an award presented in one of nine categories