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Spoga+Gafa 2021 is cancelled

The next Spoga+Gafa will take place from 19 to 21 June 2022 at the Cologne exhibition centre.

The next Spoga+Gafa will take place from 19 to 21 June 2022 at the Cologne exhibition centre.

Spoga+Gafa 2021 is cancelled. The largest garden lifestyle trade fair in the world has been suspended this year due to the continued uncertain Covid-19 situation and the restrictions that come with it, the event organisers have announced. The next trade fair will take place from 19 to 21 June 2022 at the Cologne exhibition centre.

Even though an international visitor and exhibitor survey at the end of February showed that a one-off relocation to August 2021 would be an option, it was eventually mutually agreed that carrying out the Spoga+Gafa at the start of August in a way which is suitable to all brands will not be possible, the announcement continued. Furthermore, the new date in June 2022 fits perfectly with the order phase of all participating sectors and is said to have been met with a positive response by the exhibitors.

Together with its partners, Spoga+Gafa say they are now facing the future with confidence and are looking forward to once again being able to offer the framework conditions that the international top decision-makers, buyers and industry experts from all over the world expect in Cologne in June 2022.

The event will then take place in a hybrid format at the Cologne exhibition centre and digitally at spoga+gafa@home. The registration documents for spoga+gafa 2022 will be available for exhibitors online shortly.

| 6 May 2021 | 08:49


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