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    All Expectations Exceeded for denkmal and MUTEC

    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. Featuring more than 435 exhibitors from 17 countries, denkmal covered the whole breadth of historic monument preservation and restoration. The percentage in trade visitors is traditionally very high, and one in eight visitors came from outside Germany. Visitors also professed to be very satisfied with the event: 88 percent intend to return next time and 90 percent want to recommend the trade fair to their peers.

    Statements to denkmal 2016

    denkmal has yet again seen an increase in quality and intensity. Everybody who is anybody internationally was represented at the fair.

    Dr. Markus Harzenetter Chairman of the Association of Conservators in the Federal Republic of Germany


    Planners and craftsmen visiting denkmal for the first time following our recommendation were enthusiastic about the fair.

    Christian Hecker Planner / Project Manager for Monument Conservation, Remmers Fachplanung GmbH


    As a manufacturer of brick products, we use denkmal in particular for a constructive exchange of ideas.

    Heidrun Keul Manager Marketing and Communication, Wienerberger GmbH


    We have been a very satisfied partner of denkmal for well over 20 years. We attach great importance to the high standard of visitors and the international nature of the fair.

    Irina Müller National / International Sales, Noris Blattgold GmbH


    Everyone who is involved in monument conservation in one way or other attends denkmal in Leipzig.

    Dr. Ursula Schirmer Press Officer, German Foundation for Monument Conservation


    MUTEC in particular complements denkmal in an excellent way in view of the enormous correlations between both fairs. It is only in Leipzig that these correlations are shown on a large scale.

    Holger Reinhardt State Conservator, Free State of Thuringia


    Exchanging experiences, getting to know different perspectives and having transnational dialogues – this is what the European Cultural Heritage Year stands for; this is what denkmal stands for.

    Dr. Uwe Koch Branch Manager, German National Committee for Monument Conservation


    For many years the fair has been an ideal platform for us to foster exchanges among specialists and colleagues.

    Katharina Trifterer Managing Director, Association of Restorers

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