The German Golf Association has reported that the golf market is still developing strongly. There has been a 7.3% increase in the number of golfers to 370,000 and a 3.6% increase in the number of golf courses to 604. In order to cope with this increase in market growth and to meet the requirements of exhibitors and visitors the exhibition will move to larger premises in 2002.
For this year the show remains at the MOC in Munich-Freimann and, not surprisingly, there is already a waiting list of exhibitors wanting space within this smaller location. More than 250 exhibitors have already registered and more than 20 countries are represented. There are joint stands from Scotland, Taiwan and the European Golf Industry Association. Golf Europe 2001 is supported by The PGA of Europe.
The EGIA still has space available with the UK group stand. The cost includes high specification stand build, furniture, electrics and the services of a translator. Space is available in Hall 3. Further details are available from Jacqui Baldwin on 02476 414999 ext 207 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golf Europe 2001 www.golf-europe.de
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