STUTTGART, Germany – Intergastra will continue its success story in Stuttgart from 3 to 7 February 2024. As one of the top three trade fairs in Europe for hotels, gastronomy and the eating out market, Intergastra provides trade visitors with information about the latest products and trends on the market, and enables them to hold discussions and extend their own network.
“Together with hotels and restaurants, we as a trade fair organiser are looking back on difficult times and are already faced with new massive challenges such as the energy crisis or current supply shortages,” said Andreas Wiesinger, Executive Vice President of Messe Stuttgart.
He emphasised: “These challenges must be met with creative ideas and a good network. We are therefore pleased that the starting signal for Intergastra 2024 has sounded and that we are being supported by strong partners such as the German Hotel and Restaurant Association (DEHOGA) and the Association of German Cooks (VKD) with the IKA/Culinary Olympics.”
Intergastra, whose topics are always in touch with the latest trends, will also generate future-oriented momentum in 2024. The diversity and expertise of the exhibitors, as well as the wide-ranging accompanying programme make the trade fair a trend barometer for the hotel and restaurant industry.
Registration phase has started
Planning of Intergastra 2024 has already started and interested exhibitors can now register for the trade fair. “By registering at an early stage, exhibitors have the opportunity to secure their stand location, express their placement wishes and actively shape Intergastra 2024,” said Markus Tischberger, Manager Exhibitions and Events for Intergastra.
All the relevant information is available at: www.intergastra.com/registration
The next Intergastra, the leading trade fair for the hotel and gastronomy business, will be held from 3 to 7 February 2024. In 2020 around 1,500 national and international exhibitors presented their wide range of products and services in the areas of kitchen technology, food, ambience, equipment for hotels and restaurants, IT, services, beverages and coffee at the Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre.
Over 100,000 visitors from more than 30,000 companies and over 70 countries came to obtain information about the latest products, trends and future-oriented ideas on an exhibition area of 120,000 square metres. Intergastra takes place regularly in conjunction with Gelatissimo, the largest trade fair for gelato north of the Alps.
The IKA/Culinary Olympics, one of the world’s oldest and largest international competitions for culinary skills, will also be staged again in Stuttgart concurrently with Intergastra. National and international chefs, cooks and patissiers will compete against one another and create future trends with their culinary creations.