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The Trade Show. Window. Door. Facade.

18 - 21 March 2020 // Nuremberg, Germany

FENSTERBAU FRONTALE Newsroom

Three questions put to … Ruth Tober

Ruth Tober plans, manages and monitors organisational processes. She is also available as a contact for exhibitors and handles stand parties.
Ruth Tober plans, manages and monitors organisational processes. She is also available as a contact for exhibitors and handles stand parties.

What is the highlight of the exhibition for you?

As always, I am especially happy to meet exhibitors in person at FENSTERBAU FRONTALE 2018 after having had lots of contact with them by e-mail and over the phone during the two years preparing for the exhibition.

What is your favourite thing about your job?

The best part of my job is working together with so many different people, such as exhibitors from all over the world, booth construction companies and agencies, external service providers and different departments here at NürnbergMesse. So no two days are the same. I am always experiencing new situations and meeting new people. That makes every day full of variety!

What is the most exciting thing about FENSTERBAU FRONTALE for you?

I am especially excited to see the large number of elaborate stands in person at the exhibition. I get to see most of them beforehand as a plan or sketch when they are submitted for approval, but of course it is even more impressive to see them in real life on the day of the exhibition. An event as large and international as FENSTERBAU FRONTALE features particularly attractive, creative and remarkable stands.

Ruth Tober, Manager of FENSTERBAU FRONTALE

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