Message issue 3/2013 (PDF | 9 MB) - Messe Stuttgart

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Message issue 3/2013 (PDF | 9 MB) - Messe Stuttgart

Trade Fairs – Markets

TRADE FAIR CALENDAR

07. – 10.10. | Motek

International trade fair for automation in production

and assembly

07. – 10.10. | Microsys

Technology park for micro and nanotechnology

07. – 10.10. | Bondexpo

International trade fair for industrial bonding

technology

11. – 12.10. | Fachdental

Südwest

Specialist exhibition of the southwest German

dental industry

19. – 22.10. | südback

Trade fair for the bakery and confectionery

trades

22. – 24.10. | parts2clean

Leading international trade far for industrial parts

and surface cleaning

05. – 08.11. | BLECHexpo

International trade fair for sheet metal processing

09 – 10.11. | wir heiraten!

The Wedding Fair

16. – 17.11. | ANIMAL

The pet exhibition

16. – 17.11. | Minerals,

Fossils, Jewellery

16. – 24.11. | Familie & Heim

The shopping and experience exhibition

18. – 19.11. | Die Besten Jahre

The best years – The exhibition for staying active

Hobby & Elektronik is the forum for technologically aware adolescents and adults.

Time for technology

A special topic during the Hobby & Elektronik

presents future prospects to children and adolescents.

21. – 24.11. | Hobby & Elektronik

The technology exhibition for hobbies and electronics

21. – 24.11. | Kreativ- &

Bastelwelt

The exhibition for creative design

21. – 24.11. | Modell Süd

The exhibition for model making and model railways

21. – 24.11. | Spielemesse

The meeting place for excitement,

fun and games

22. – 24.11. | BABYWELT

The trade fair all about children

Experiencing research and technology

at close quarters: this will be possible

in the special section “Time for technology”

(Lust auf Technik) during the

public exhibition Hobby & Elektronik

in Stuttgart from 21 to 24 November

2013. “With Klett MINT and the

Baden-Württemberg State Ministry of

Finance and Economics as partners,

Messe Stuttgart and a large number of

representatives from industry, commerce,

science, politics and media will

again jointly examine a topic which demands

more public attention not only

on account of the shortage of specialists

at present, but also in the medium

term,” says Roland Bleinroth, Managing

Director of Messe Stuttgart, describing

his company's concern. “The

objective of this special topic is to take

account of the promotion of young

people in Baden-Württemberg and fill

young adults with enthusiasm for socalled

MINT occupations; the abbreviation

stands for mathematics, IT,

natural sciences and technology.”

Obtaining information

independently

Due to its technical orientation, Hobby

& Elektronik provides precisely the

right framework to tackle this topic.

Young people can obtain information

Message 3 | 2013

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