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As Registration Deadline Nears, dmexco 2014 Is More Popular Than Ever

COLOGNE, GERMANY -- (Marketwired) -- 04/28/14 -- Demand for exhibition space at dmexco continues to increase +++ Over 580 exhibitors from all over the world have already secured their stand areas at dmexco 2014 +++ Exhibition space increases to more than 60,000 m² in three completely booked halls +++ Debut of BMWi joint stand for innovative young technology companies +++ Registration deadline for exhibitors is April 30, 2014 +++ Last-minute registrations can be made at http://dmexco.de/Downloads/dmexco2014_registration_booklet.pdf

The demand for exhibition space at dmexco from companies in Germany and abroad has been greater than ever this year. As the official deadline for registrations on April 30 approaches, more than 580 exhibitors have already secured their stand areas at dmexco 2014. Especially among the big players of the global digital economy, there is a trend toward increasing the size of exhibitors' stand areas. The growth of individual stand areas already increased significantly after the end of the early-bird registration phase. Overall, exhibition space of more than 60,000 m² in three completely booked halls is expected at dmexco 2014. This year's event will feature the debut of a joint stand sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) for innovative young companies.

In addition to exhibitors from Germany, dmexco 2014 is seeing considerably increased interest from international companies. For the first time ever, exhibitors from Japan, Uruguay, the Czech Republic, Italy, Malta, Denmark, and Sweden have registered for the fair. In addition, dmexco has once again received registrations from all the significant market participants from the USA, including Microsoft, eBay, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Yahoo!, Adobe, and AOL. Top companies from the eastern hemisphere such as Yandex (Russia) and Baidu (China) will also be represented. The dmexco country pavilion for Austria and Switzerland has once again received an enthusiastic response; almost 50 companies from the Austrian and Swiss digital economies have already registered to participate. Last but not least, the dmexco satellites in the UK and France have generated additional international growth for dmexco 2014: both of these countries will be represented by more exhibitors than ever before.

Companies that are interested in participating in dmexco 2014 can find registration forms until April 30, 2014 at http://dmexco.de/Downloads/dmexco2014_registration_booklet.pdf

About dmexco
dmexco is the international leading expo & conference for the digital economy. Comprising a unique combination of an exposition and a conference, it stands for innovative and future-oriented marketing in the midst of a global growth market. Placing a clear focus on marketing, media, and technology, dmexco in Cologne is the global No. 1 industry meeting platform for valuable knowledge transfer and direct business transactions. dmexco, which is organized by Koelnmesse, offers trade visitors the broadest range of business trends, growth strategies, product innovations, and creative excellence in diverse forms and is furthermore free of charge. As the central hub for all thought leaders from digital brands, advertisers, marketers, all types of agencies, and media owners, dmexco is connecting the global digital economy.

All further information on dmexco 2014 (September 10 & 11 in Cologne) as well as photos, videos, and statements on dmexco 2013 are posted at www.dmexco.com, www.facebook.com/dmexco, http://twitter.com/dmexco and www.youtube.com/dmexcovideo.

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Katharina C. Hamma
Herbert Marner

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Mayor of the City of Cologne
Jürgen Roters

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District Court Cologne, HRB 952

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