As event organisers ourselves, it is great to hear that the 6th Copenhagen Bike Show, the largest bicycle show in Scandinavia will be rolling into the Øksnehallen events centre in downtown Copenhagen on the 12-13 March after two years of cancellations. It is one of the first events in Europe to open its doors again this year and expects more than 15,000 visitors over the weekend.
“We have noticed that people are eager to either exhibit or visit the show,” says show manager Christian Ritter. “Almost all of the exhibitors who had signed up for the 2020 show will be present again next March. We have only a few booths available. It is great to feel that level of commitment from both visitors and exhibitors, and it’s clear how everyone has been longing to attend personal meetings again. We cannot wait to get the show rolling in March,” he said.
Although the Copenhagen Bike Show is open for the public on both Saturday and Sunday, it is also the preferred B2B bicycle show in Scandinavia. “Roughly 40% of our exhibitors participate in order to find a distributor, new dealers or to have other business contacts,” says Ritter.
“As the only remaining, international bicycle show in Scandinavia, we take this role very seriously. Therefore, we have invested to improve the B2B platform that will help the industry and facilitate meetings between our exhibitors and their potential or existing clients.”