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Lesson 22

  1. 1. Auf der Messe Lesson 22
  2. 2. Hier handelt die Welt
  3. 3. Trade Fairs in Germany – Trade Fair Cities
  4. 4. Trade Fairs in Germany – Number of Exhibitions
  5. 5. Trade Fairs in Germany statistics
  6. 6. Trade Fairs in Germany – Origin of foreign Exhibitors
  7. 7. Trade Fairs in Germany – Information Offices Abroad
  8. 8. Selected Functions of Trade Fairs – Trade fairs offer market concentration reflecting selected markets – Trade fairs are an experience appeal to all human senses – Trade fairs guarantee and increase the transparency of the market – Trade fairs open up new markets – Trade fairs enable a direct comparison of price and performance
  9. 9. Sources of Information • Dates, product groups, statistics – AUMA_Messe Guide Deutschland – AUMA_Foreign Trade Fair Programme – FKM-Report – Trade Fair Company/Organizer – www.auma-fairs.com • Additional sources of information – Chambers of Industry and Commerce – Chambers of Industrial Crafts – Trade Associations – German Chambers of Commerce abroad
  10. 10. Types of verb
  11. 11. The imperfect (past) tense
  12. 12. mit wird
  13. 13. Welt sich zur
  14. 14. Task • Setzen Sie die Imperfektformen der Verben in den folgenden Text ein
  15. 15. Hausaufgaben • Choose a trade fair in Germany: • Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin • Leipziger Buchmesse • Spoga Köln internationale Fachmesse für Sportartikel, Campingbedarf und Gartenmöbel Köln • CeBIT Hannover • Boot Düsseldorf And create a presentation to the class. Due next lesson
  16. 16. A tour in pictures of CeBIT, the world's biggest IT fair, with 4,300 exhibitors from 69 countries Touchmaster The program ’Touchmaster’ looks like something out of Minority Report, but really exists. It is presented at the stand of the company ’Art & Com Technologies’ at the IT and telecommunications trade fair
  17. 17. CeBIT 2009 focuses on the topics Green IT, eHealth, IT security and ’Webciety’, with California as this year’s partner state. Around 4,300 exhibitors from 69 countries will present news and developments in IT and telecommunications from March 3-9 2009. (Peter Steffen/EPA)
  18. 18. The face of German Chancellor Angela Merkel is reflected in a silicon wafer at Intel’s stand in the CeBIT 2009 trade show in Hanover, Germany. Owing to the global economic crisis, the number of exhibitors at the world’s largest computer trade show has fallen by 25 per cent to only 4,300 companies. This year’s guest of honour is the U.S. state of California.
  19. 19. The humanoid robot system Rollin’ Justin mixes a drink at CeBIT in Hanover, central Germany. The fair was opened by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
  20. 20. German chancellor Angela Merkel (R) shakes hands with the robot Marvin as California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (C) and Craig Barrett, Chairman of the Board of Intel Corporation, look on.
  21. 21. Visitors watch a presentation about cloud computing at the IBM booth at the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover, March 3, 2009.