Well prepared for Christmasworld 2012

Christmasworld will open its doors once again on 27 January 2012 and, for five days, present the latest products and main trends for all festive occasions of the coming year. A variety of services before and during the event help trade visitors plan and optimise their time at the leading international trade fair for festive decorations.

An easy way to save money visitors can purchase their admission tickets online at and print them out at home or in the office. Up to 12.00 hrs on the last day of the fair, an online day ticket costs 20, six euros less than on arrival. A two-day ticket is available for just 30 if purchased online. In the case of a season ticket for all five days, the online price of 42 means that visitors save more than 20 compared to the box-office price. Another benefit of online booking is that all such admission tickets also count as tickets for travel to and from the fair using local public-transport services operated by the RMV public-transport authority, and as admission tickets to the concurrent Paperworld and Creativeworld trade fairs.

Even before the doors open, the Christmasworld online exhibitor search system gives visitors the chance to prepare in detail for the fair. Users can search easily by company name, product, product group, country or hall number at

Christmasworld smartphone apps for iPhones and devices using the Android operating system will be available free of charge in the online stores as of early January. They offer users all important information and orientation for the fair in a practical pocket-sized format. Additionally, they can use the apps to make contact with customers or colleagues.

From January 2012, wireless internet access will be free of charge at Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre during Christmasworld, Paperworld and Creativeworld. Thanks to the W-LAN infrastructure, checking e-mails, researching on the internet or making a connection to the company intranet could not be quicker or easier. The only prerequisite is a notebook or smart phone with a standard W-LAN card. For exhibitors wanting more bandwidth, Messe Frankfurt also offers individual W-LAN installations.

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