At the heart of the wildlife.fair is a completely new exhibition concept that combines experience, shopping and information and is unique in this form. In specially created ‘worlds of experience’, visitors can obtain in-depth information on specific topics and extensively test suitable products. A further state-of-the-art exhibition hall focuses on the shopping experience.
For the first time, a cross-border congress covers the topics of wildlife, environment and nature and creates a dialog platform for all stakeholders. In this way, the BJV creates an important dialogue platform for representatives from science and politics as well as multipliers and stakeholders from the fields of hunting, nature and the environment. The overarching aim of the congress on the main topic " Habitat ‘Field’ " is to impart knowledge at a high level. The congress is organized by the the Bavarian Hunting Association (BJV) in cooperation with the Bavarian Academy for Hunting and Nature.
“Each year, wildlife.fair will bring together the passion and enthusiasm of a consumer show and the extensive expertise and industry knowledge represented by IWA OutdoorClassics, the long-standing, Nuremberg-based leading exhibition for outdoor activities.”
Peter Ottmann, CEO NürnbergMesse
“IWA, wildlife.fair and the HUBANA Jagderlebnistage (Hunting Experience Days) at Schloss Lembeck will form a strong trio in the NürnbergMesse portfolio for hunting, outdoor and nature enthusiasts as well as industry experts.”
Dr. Roland Fleck, CEO NürnbergMesse
“In addition to inspiration and innovations, our interest with the new wildlife.fair also lies in sharing knowledge and discussing our interest in protecting nature and the environment, especially the wildlife, with players from the worlds of politics, science and society in general. The congress therefore invites everyone who feels it is their duty to act responsibly toward wildlife habitats and protect nature and the environment. We intend wildlife.fair in Nuremberg to become a state-of-the-art and lively meeting place for nature and wildlife enthusiasts.”
Ernst Weidenbusch, President of the Bavarian Hunting Association