opti is the Perfect Start to the Year

opti, the International Trade Show for Optics & Design, will take place from January 10 to 12, 2020 at Fairground Munich, spanning six halls – and the offering for trade visitors to opti 2020 remains one thing above all else: comprehensive. Visitors to opti will receive everything they need for a successful year of business already in the first month of the year.

Visitors will be able to expand their knowledge through specialist lectures at the opti FORUM. The opti SHOWCASE, an interactive discovery area in Hall C4, will focus on a key topic for the industry: the future.

The new online marketplace, an expanded index of exhibitors on the opti website, will help prepare for the trade show. Here visitors will find information about exhibitors and their products along with hall and stand numbers and the details for their points of contact.

Click HERE for the full press release.

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