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Breathtaking. Visionary. EuroShop 2020

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EuroShop made trade fair history again in 2020. Through future-oriented themes. Through innovative, contemporary quality. 8 fascinating retail dimensions for successful business. Addressing all the trends and issues that shape retail today and will continue to do so tomorrow.

Please find here below the post-show report of EuroShop 2020. It provides facts and figures, but above all it focuses on something essential: the spirit

of EuroShop as a trade fair, lived by the attitude of all those who participate in it or
have a stake in it. Represented by five essential elements: relevance,
proximity, ubiquity, enthusiasm and optimism. These five elements made EuroShop 2020 an outstanding event.

Further details on EuroShop are available at
www.euroshop-tradefair.com

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