Summer edition 2022 – four days of innovation, networking and future outlooks
We look back on a successful summer edition of FENSTERBAU FRONTALE – impressions and memories that will make you want to attend the next world-leading trade show for windows, doors and facades.
Summer edition FENSTERBAU FRONTALE 2022
At the combined FENSTERBAU FRONTALE and HOLZ-HANDWERK exhibition, the focus was on meeting and networking face-to-face, finding solutions and checking out products, exploring training opportunities and discussing the latest industry issues. The feedback of exhibitors and visitors shows that the Summer Edition 2022 was a complete success:
- 96% of the visitors were satisfied with the quality of the technical discussions held.
- 92% of the visitors were satisfied with the knowledge gained through the professional programme.
- 93% of the exhibitors established new business relations.
- 86% of exhibitors were able to reach their most important target groups during FENSTERBAU FRONTALE 2022.
"Every sector needs a gathering. At exhibitions, industry stakeholders get plenty of opportunities to meet numerous international decision-makers, acquire new customers, see what the competition is doing and close ranks with fellow professionals."
The highlights of the summer edition
- The new forum “A practical guide to digitisation for craftspeople”, with short Ted-style talks and product presentations on the digitisation of business processes.
- The Forum Architecture Window Facade celebrated its 10th anniversary with the theme “ROBUST – Responsible use of resources – resilience – adaptability”.
- The government-subsidised "Innovation made in Germany" pavilion, the FENSTERBAU FRONTALE FORUM, the special show "Green Deal" and many more, offered a comprehensive overview of current trends and innovations.
- And last but not least, there was fun and networking at the get-together after the trade fair closed with a unique party in the exhibition centre lawn.
"Digitalisation, sustainability, the lack of skilled personnel, material shortages and rising energy prices are some of the topical issues that dominated the discussions in the halls and various forums."
Supporting programme live and on demand
Alongside attendees on site, interested parties who were unable to travel to Nuremberg had the chance to take part in the FENSTERBAU FRONTALE FORUM online as a live stream.
The programme, as well as the guided tours and the forum „A practical guide to digitisation for craftspeople“ were recorded, and the sessions and presentations are still available.