A Brief Overview of BAU
Looking forward to innovative ideas and solutions in building and architecture? BAU is the ideal international trade fair dedicated to developments, breakthroughs and new approaches for the full building and designing buildings and a meeting place for architects, planners and engineers from all over the world. Outside the significant influence on a business level, the event has traction with members of the general public!
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Why Your Visit Is Worth It
BAU has been in operation for over half a century, which has allowed the trade fair to grow and become a crucial meeting point for international markets. You have to exhibit here, because:
- 180,000+ square metres of exhibition space are used;
- 2,000+ exhibitors have a booth at the fair;
- 250,000+ international visitors are present;
- All the decision makers from all the trades are present;
- You see all relevant innovations in materials and products in one place.
The very first BAU was held back in 1964 and has been a pretty consistent presence in the building and construction industry. New editions arrive at Messe München once every two years, which allows for each edition to host a manner of new innovations and keep the conversation lively about changes on all levels in the value chain. The massive crowds visiting can be explained by the fact the trade fair is preferred by professional visitors as well as the general public. As far as products are concerned, booths feature presentations of flooring, insulation materials, architectural services, construction planning, building maintenance, building management, building security, solar panels and interior design.
Who Are You Going to Meet?
BAU builds itself to be a comprehensive trade fair with a strong international appeal and we’ve the data to back up this claim. Exhibitors come from 45 countries, which was a new record achieved in last edition. When we break down exhibitors by nationalities, we see a strong presence from the Netherlands, China, Turkey, the Czech Republic, Poland and Switzerland. A look at visitors sees a great variety in background professionally. Exhibitors will have the chance to network with civil engineers, structural engineers, interior designers, investors, planners, researchers, representatives of building trades and even students. Thanks to the AWA Award, which gives chances to students of architecture to get their foot in the door, BAU draws in fledgling architects!
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