Messe Berlin

Messe Berlin fairgrounds were built in 1936 located in Berlin- Westend fronting Haus des Rudfunks. It has decades of experience in organizing international trade fairs and conventions. In fact, Messe Berlin GmbH specializes in the organization of trade shows, congresses and exhibitions ranging from regional to international scales. It has an annual program composed of nearly 80 international trade events that take place at the Berlin Exhibition Grounds, ranking it as one of the world’s top ten exhibition companies to date.

The Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA), the world’s foremost sales platform and leading CE and technology showcase and the Linux Tag which is the world’s leading exhibition in operating systems platforms, both hold their annual trade fairs at Messe Berlin. It offers its expertise and vast network of global contacts to ensure that each event is a success. It is represented in 100 countries all over the world to also accommodate its trade fairs that travel the globe to provide partners with convenience and opportunities to tap new markets.

The Messe Berlin Exhibition Grounds has a total display area of 160,000 square meters. It has an interlinked network of 26 fair halls where several simultaneous events can take place. The ICC Berlin, which is Europe’s largest congress center, is directly linked to the Messe Berlin Exhibition Grounds via a building to be able to provide a venue for a trade fair and congress all in one area. The ICC Berlin boasts of 80 rooms that can seat 20 to 9,100 people. It features a state of the art technical system, broadband fiber optics, CCTV’s and LCD projectors to provide the best services and facilities. In addition to this, it boasts of its 760 square meter stage, which is also one of the largest theater stages in Germany and all of Europe.

All the services, amenities and facilities needed at the exhibition grounds are made accessible. Even arriving at the grounds is made very convenient and stress free. An urban motorway that is located close to the exhibition grounds allows accessibility to Berlin’s international airports, aside from taxis, light rail and underground stations and bus stops near the fairground’s entrances. Messe Berlin has a total of 12,000 parking slots available as well. In coordination with hotels and tour operators, Messe Berlin also organizes guest arrival and accommodation in Berlin, extending complete travel packages or personalized arrangements for attendees.