Digital services to help you plan for the fair


More than 180,000 square meters of space, more than 2,000 exhibitors and countless brands and products: A trade fair like BAU requires careful preparation. We have a number of digital services available to help exhibitors and visitors plan for the fair.

Scan2Lead promotes networking between exhibitors and visitors. It works like this: Visitors can have exhibitors scan the barcode on their ticket, which contains the contact information that the visitor provided during registration. This allows exhibitors to send information about specific products directly to interested visitors, for example. Exhibitors can rent the data-scanning devices or use the lead-tracking app on their smartphone or tablet.

Exhibitor Shop: Whether it comes to stand construction, technical services, hostesses or marketing services, exhibitors can order everything they need for a successful exhibit at the BAU Exhibitor Shop. It works according to the shopping cart principle. Exhibitors can also set up subaccounts and assign individual rights for employees and service providers. Customized solutions and products are also possible. Prices are available with a click of the mouse.

The BAU App gives visitors access to all relevant information about BAU 2017 on their smartphone. The App makes it easy to search for exhibitors, products and brands, provides information about the supporting program and features an interactive hall plan with a “Favorites” function. All in all, it is the perfect tool for planning your visit to the fair or to help you stay oriented while you are there.



Crowds at the turnstiles. A Print@home-Ticket will get you into the exhibition halls more quickly.

Social media: BAU is active on Facebook and Twitter, and it also has its own blog. There is also a special campaign for skilled tradesmen on Facebook that is both entertaining and informative. The blog also features industry news and allows architects and contractors from around the world to present their projects. Be sure to also keep an eye on BAU’s Twitter account, especially during the fair.

Ticketing: Purchasing tickets at the box office during the fair is a thing of the past. BAU has relied on Print@home Tickets for years. They are very similar to online check-in at the airport. You purchase your ticket online, print it out at home and use it to pass through the turnstiles at the entrance to the fair. Vouchers for oneday tickets can be redeemed using the same procedure. Another advantage: Online tickets are considerably cheaper than tickets purchased at the fair. Visitors will be able to download their BAU ticket to their mobile phone for BAU 2019.

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