Even in an increasingly digitized world, trade fairs are up-to-date and remain an important instrument for exchanging ideas, forming networks and getting information. With its wide range of information, Messe Invest in Stuttgart brings theory and practice closer together than almost any other investor fair. In terms of content, it is as specific as it is diverse and open to innovations. Shortly before this year’s starting signal, those responsible for the five lecture stages give a first insight into the thematic highlights and trends in the industry.
The ARD stage focuses on how politics, business and finance extend into everyday life and why the stock exchange concerns everyone. “This year we are again discussing the current hot spots in the financial world. These include issues such as negative interest rates, startups in Germany and how well “fair” future investments can save the climate. We are also addressing whether autonomous driving is an increased risk and whether a state fund in Germany would be a smart thing, ”ARD exchange moderator Markus Gürne summarizes the highlights.
For Till Oberle, representative of the trading stage , Invest is of great importance as the largest financial fair in Germany. “The mix among the public and the exhibitors is exciting because long, medium and short-term oriented investors, investors and traders can find information here. This ensures exciting conversations and is like a mood barometer. Above all, there is a search for a secure return despite the current interest rate situation, ”said Oberle.
At the Green Money Forum , the stage for sustainable investment, industry experts will explain what distinguishes sustainable, ethical investment from conventional offers. “We see a general increase in interest among younger investors in sustainable investments. Green money is therefore increasingly using digital media to inform this target group about opportunities for conscious investment in ethics, the environment and sustainability. We provide the information to distinguish real sustainable investments from green-washed pseudos, ”says Tobias Karsten from the Green Money stage.
In addition to sustainability, gold, cryptoassets and artificial intelligence, the low interest rate phase and the comeback of shares will play a major role on the finanzenverlag stage , which celebrated its premiere last year. “Invest is an excellent platform for getting in touch with investors and generating new ideas. In 2020 there will also be lectures, discussions and competitions with experts and editors with the public, ”says Peterforce, one of the managers at finanzenverlag Bühne.
Teoman Yanikoglu, Invest project manager and responsible for the Invest stagesummarizes: “We see the trends in sustainable investment, cryptoassets and the expansion of digital offerings. It does not take much imagination to predict that the inflows into sustainable products will increase strongly in the future and that shifts in ESG variants can be expected. Another trend that is becoming increasingly apparent is that investors are increasingly expanding the selection of their sources of information. These include online offers from traditional financial and social media. The financial sector has long recognized that it has to actively target certain groups of investors. With our “Blogger Lounge”, which has proven itself as a point of contact for younger visitors, the open discussion and contact platform for well-known financial bloggers is already entering its fourth round. “
The Invest – Trade Fair and Congress for finance and investment – is the biggest event in the German-speaking countries around investment themes. This is where exhibitors meet private investors, bank advisers, asset managers, brokers and service providers from the financial world. The lively marketplace in Hall 4 and East Entrance (Green Money) is an information platform and offers direct exchange with top-class and well-known financial experts. At the same time, exciting themed events take place in the ICS.
Satisfied faces among visitors and exhibitors. The trend for serious information in the financial sector continues. It’s all in the mix: leading exhibitors, dialog-oriented lectures from industry giants, the opportunity to network, a comprehensive and excellent supporting program and the intelligent embedding of social media provide the platform for success. Meet your target group at Invest .
For more than 15 years, private investors, financial professionals, asset managers, financial service providers and media representatives have been meeting at Invest for an ambitious discourse. From precious metals to funds, asset management and sustainable investment to trading – Germany’s largest investor fair offers the unique opportunity to find out about current investor topics and illuminates the entire range of asset classes.
Climate change, the euro crisis and political landslides are causing values to falter – and cause the stock market floor to tremble regularly. For more and more investors, therefore, sustainable investments represent an alternative to traditional models – this is also reflected in the figures: “With a volume of EUR 137 billion last year, the market for sustainable investments in Germany peaked,” says Tobias Karsten, owner of ECOeventmanagement and organizer of the Green Money fair. The event took place for the first time in 2016 during Germany’s largest financial fair at Messe Stuttgart. The new cooperation puts the topic of sustainable investment in a special focus at Invest.
As announced by Messe Stuttgart on Monday, March 16, due to an official order in April 2020, no events are allowed to take place at the Stuttgart exhibition center. As a result, Invest 2020 has to be postponed.
The investment should take place on April 24th and 25th in Stuttgart. As the largest industry gathering in German-speaking countries, Invest informs around 12,000 private investors and trade visitors every year about current investment topics and uncovers the latest trends in the financial world. The leading trade fair for finance and investment has been the most important point of contact for information exchange and the largest platform for decision-makers in the industry for 21 years now. The “Green Money” trade fair, which would have taken place parallel to Invest, is also affected by the arrangement. The next Invest will take place on March 26th and 27th, 2021 on the grounds of Messe Stuttgart.
“We regret this situation, but the health of all exhibitors, visitors and employees is an absolute priority for us and our partners. This is a difficult situation for the exhibitors and their service providers. However, we are convinced that everyone affected will understand this decision, ”says Stefan Lohnert, Managing Director of Messe Stuttgart.
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