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"Made in Hamburg" highlights regional products

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Creatives to present labels at fair in Millerntor Stadion

Hamburg’s creative scene is gearing up to present high-quality, designer products, fashion, food, interiors and digital goods at the “Made in Hamburg” trade fair in the Millerntor-Stadion in St. Pauli when the event goes local from November 16-17. Exhibitors include Hamburg Startups, manufacturers such as Hafenkorn, Hippieyeah and Port of Silk. On sale are self-designed greeting cards, sustainable, unique upcycling products and specially distilled spirits.

For the people of Hamburg

The “Made in Hamburg” fair gives visitors an opportunity to get to know and try out regional products and services from Hamburg. Various workshops and tastings will be held on site. Last year’s first fair of this kind attracted over 75 Hamburg entrepreneurs, who presented their products to some 4,500 visitors. Organised by the Stuttgart-based Made in GmbH, those behind the fair’s regional concept hope to boost the local economy and strengthen the Made in Germany title. The fair is held in Hamburg, Stuttgart, Munich, Frankfurt and launches in Cologne and Berlin in 2019.
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Sources and further information:
www.madeinhamburg-messe.de

Melissa KnausNov. 8, 2019
wirtschaft hamburg