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Nor-Fishing and Covid-19
The 2020 edition of Nor-Fishing was quite successful. The international trade show responded admirably to the main challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic. This included launching a completely digital edition to ensure that attendees can engage in networking and conduct business safely. Nor-Fishing 2022 is already in the planning stages and will take place as a live event in August. Face-to-face trade shows, according to the organising committee, are the only way to form long-term business connections. Trondheim Spektrum will incorporate the latest COVID-19 prevention measures as part of the event concept.
Nor-Fishing presents visitors with innovative equipment, accessories, and systems in the fishing industry. As an international trade fair, it has been going back six decades as the very first edition dates back to 1960, which means that this upcoming edition in 2020 marks a historic moment. This means a special program with even more seminars, mini-conferences, lectures, debates, and presentations.
Nor-Fishing has always been a major platform for cross-border sales, as exhibitors made it a point to organise new product launches. Every edition has opened a new chapter for the industry. As an exhibitor, there’s no better place where you could otherwise be. Just look at the product portfolio - fish processing, fishing boats, fishing equipment, fishing ports, cooling devices, electronics, environmental protection, packaging, research, safety equipment
Nor-Fishing finds its home in Trondheim, Norway, where it has been returning to the summers over the course of sixty years. Editions last for a total of four days and usually are scheduled around for the second half of August. Trondheim Spektrum serves as the official venue and the organiser is the specially created Nor-Fishing Foundation.
Currently there is no official information on what the opening hours are going to look like, but what we do know is that admission is given to both professional visitors and the general public. Trondheim is a historic and scenic town, which is easy to navigate by visitors and you won’t have any issues driving to the exhibition centre.
In terms of public transport, you can rely on a reliable bus system. Many chose to walk or cycle. The city centre is also to be found in a short distance away.
What can you expect as an exhibitor?
- Meeting who’s who in the Scandinavian fishery market. Nor-Fishing prides itself to be the heart of the industry and you can see this on its site, which markets the exhibition as the “industry’s meeting place”. This is not an over exaggeration – you’re in a prime position to increase your professional network and find the right audience to sell!
- Support from the Norwegian Royal Family. It’s not unlikely to have representatives of the Royal Family come and open the exhibition. One of the biggest highlights was back in 2014, when Her Majesty Queen Sonja herself fulfilled the role.
- Opportunities to showcase floating equipment outside the exhibition centre. Nor-Fishing also has access to Skansen on the waterfront, which offers modern harbour facilities to fully accommodate boats and other floating equipment.
Audience & statistics
Do you still have some doubts regarding the financial potential at Nor-Fishing? Let’s examine the data set from last edition to disprove this. As an exhibitor, you will be competing with other 500 and counting suppliers, who have spread themselves over the entire product chain.
In turn, you’ll be showcasing your equipment and solutions to an audience that is about to hit 20,000 visitors – this number takes into account the general public and professional visitors. This much attention is good for business and you’re bound to return home with a good amount of sales leads.
In terms of the markets, the audience represents 60 countries with a strong focus on the Scandinavian region and Europe at large, but some presence from the US and Asia.
With numbers like these you need to find the best discount rates for fair hotels and this is where the services of Trade Fair Trips ltd come in handy. We make it possible to make a hotel reservation for Nor-Fishing in an ideal location and at a price that doesn’t strain your budget. We offer you a flexible, bespoke service that takes into consideration your financial ability and travel plans.
You give us your ideal price range and choice in location. We do the rest. This is what makes your visit a success. In addition, we seek out the best hotels near Trondheim Spektrum to reduce your daily commute. Once you’re done with your online hotel booking for Nor-Fishing, it is time to think about booth installation or saving meeting facilities. We can lend you a hand with both at any moment!
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How to get to Nor-Fishing
Trondheim Airport – not advisable
Trondheim S – 25 mins via Sandgata
Trondheim Airport – 36 mins via E6
Trondheim S – 11 mins via Prinsens Gate
By public transport:
Trondheim Airport – 2 hrs via transports 330 and 3
Trondheim S – 10 mins via transport 25 or 26