Opti 2023: Successful Edition: MADE IN GERMANY

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Opti 2023: Successful Edition: MADE IN GERMANY

Three days of international networking in an inspiring atmosphere, sales successes right at the start of the year, trends conveyed in new formats and promotion of innovation for optics & design - that was opti 2023 at the Munich trade fair centre

Opti inspired as an industry highlight right at the start of the year and put the ophthalmic optics family in the mood for successful cooperation and order growth in 2023. With an increase in visitors of 19.2% compared to the previous year, opti seems to be in an upbeat spirit together with the entire optics & design industry.

This year, around 15,500 visitors from 67 countries gathered in Munich to take advantage of the diverse range of innovative formats for knowledge, sales, and exchange in a positive atmosphere. A total of 307 exhibitors from 28 countries exhibited at opti 2023.

Herzlich willkommen auf der opti 2023. Besucherandrang am Eingang Nord-West am Eröffnungstag.

"opti is back and on course for success! Three inspiring trade show days with visitors and exhibitors from all over the world have come to an end. I would like to explicitly thank everyone who believed in opti with us and made the success possible! Seeing the industry united again in such a great atmosphere was my highlight," says Klaus Plaschka, Managing Director of GHM Gesellschaft für Handwerksmessen mbH.

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Summary of the trade fair and visitor interest

The new hall constellation created a special atmosphere. opti was a successful relaunch of an essential trade show for the optical industry in Munich. The compact number of halls were well attended, contributing to a pleasant trade show feeling.

opti 2024 – the industry is looking forward

According to survey results, 83% of visitors are already looking forward to the next opti. opti 2024 will take place in Munich from January 12 to 14, 2024

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