All Expectations Exceeded for denkmal and MUTEC
The 12th edition of the historic preservation sector’s leading European trade fair, denkmal, and the international trade fair MUTEC have ended with outstanding results. 13,900 visitors made use of the opportunity to get up to speed on the latest developments and current trends at the two trade fairs. Markus Geisenberger, Chief Executive Officer of Leipziger Messe, declared: “By achieving a significant increase in the number of its visitors, denkmal has proven admirably that it is Europe’s most important event for the historic monument preservation sector. MUTEC was able to register growing visitor numbers too. It was for the first time organised by Leipziger Messe itself, which turned out to be a great success. In combination, these two international trade fairs have come to take the role of a vanguard for the preservation of cultural heritage.”
We look forward to the chance to welcome you back to Leipzig in 2018!
(08/15/2017) In May, 2017 Anja Romanowski has been elected as new secretary general by the board of the European umbrella organization of the restoration associations E.C.C.O. in Stockholm.
(11/03/2016) The European monument preservation society Europa Nostra represents the interests of more than 400 NGOs and natural persons from the sphere of monument preservation. With its more than 50 years of experience, the society has built an extensive network, which functions as an important link in the international effort to preserve cultural heritage. Europa Nostra will hold its council meeting at denkmal 2016. One segment of that meeting will be open to the public and deal with the preparations for the European Cultural Heritage Year 2018. In our interview, the secretary general of Europa Nostra, Sneška Quaedvlieg-Mihailović, explains how the society functions and what denkmal as a platform means for the preservation of historic monuments.