François Rousies, Managing Director
"For three days, an interested audience from Saxony was able to experience the innovations in the industry - from brass instruments to guitars, amps and lighting technology to cables. Many young musicians and beginners without previous knowledge thus had the opportunity to get closer to their instrument in the many workshops. We are already looking forward to musicpark 2020!"
Michael Schönstein, Senior Business Architect Marketing
"We had previously been to other trade fairs and noticed that we were simply reaching too small an audience there. That‘s why we wanted to try it here in Leipzig - and it‘s really great here. With regard to the audience, as well as the co-exhibitors and the overall framework, everything fits perfectly for us. Time flies as everyone has fun and we can have many different conversations. Everything was there, from small talk to the conclusion of contracts. We expected 600 contacts in advance and now there have been over 1000. So our expectations were more than exceeded."
Musik Meyer GmbH
Michael Freiberger, Marketing Director
"After we were introduced to the concept of the musicpark, it quickly became clear to us that we wanted to exhibit in Leipzig. And the idea of making music tangible is audible. The different interactive sessions or concerts with living room atmosphere alo-ne underline this experience. Because music has to be fun and it does it here. Already on Friday evening we and our team were considering what we would improve as an exhibitor in the coming year."
Pearl Music Europe B.V.
Thomas Franke, European Product Manager
"Admittedly, at the beginning we were unsure how the new musical product from Leipzig would be accepted - you have to be honest. But we were pleasantly urprised. The musicpark creates important experience points where musical instruments and equipment become emotional products for everyone interested. When it comes to arousing passions and reaching consumers sustainably, this is the most important component of your customer journey."
VdM Association of German Music Schools
Dr. Klaus-Dieter Anders, Chairman of the State Association of Music Schools in Saxony e.V.
"It is great for us that the musicpark takes place in Leipzig because we were able to invite so many of our students. They can experience music up close and try it out for themselves. Regardless of our students, everyone else is in a very good mood and the atmosphere is more relaxed than is known from other trade fairs. In addition, we not only reach our target group here, but can also establish many contacts with other exhibitors and thus gain new partners. We will definitely be there again next year."