Messe Stuttgart India organising a trade fair for education and training in New Delhi

Good mood during the signing of the contract on cooperation between Messe Stuttgart India and the India DIDACTICS Association: Aditya Gupta, Managing Director of the India DIDACTICS Association, with the two Presidents of Messe Stuttgart Roland Bleinroth and Stefan Lohnert (from left to right) | Picture credits: Landesmesse Stuttgart GmbH

Messe Stuttgart India and the India DIDACTICS Association will jointly stage DIDAC India in 2024 / Contract signed in Stuttgart

It’s now cut and dried: Roland Bleinroth and Stefan Lohnert, the two Presidents of Messe Stuttgart, and Aditya Gupta, Managing Director of the India DIDACTICS Association, have signed a contract. Under the terms of this contract Messe Stuttgart India, the Indian subsidiary of Messe Stuttgart, will stage DIDAC India, the trade fair for education and training, together with the India DIDACTICS Association (IDA) with effect from 2024. The event will be held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi from 24 to 26 September 2024.

DIDAC India has become established as Asia’s largest and most exclusive event in the area of education/training and resources for skills acquisition. It has played and still plays a key role in the organisation of the education and training sector in India. The aim of this new cooperation is to increase the influence of DIDAC India even more with the main emphasis on education/training and skills acquisition. Exhibitors and visitors can look forward to a more extensive and a more international programme which will open new opportunities for growth, cooperation and the extension of business relationships. The role of Messe Stuttgart India is to continue acquiring exhibitors while the IDA will focus more on the further development of the contents of the trade fair topics.

Roland Bleinroth, President of Messe Stuttgart, made the following comments in this respect: “Messe Stuttgart India has a clear plan to take DIDAC India to the next level. With our experience in the organisation and implementation of education and training trade fairs and exhibitions all over the world together with our network in this area, we are confident that we can contribute the necessary expertise that is required here.” Stefan Lohnert, President of Messe Stuttgart, added: “We regard DIDAC India as a platform for the exchange of know-how, cooperation and innovative solutions which will permanently influence the fields of education and training in India.”

Aditya Gupta, Managing Director of the Didactics Association, is also impressed: “We are enthusiastic about the partnership with Messe Stuttgart which is regarded as one of the world’s leading companies for trade fairs and events. We believe that this strategic alliance will strengthen DIDAC India and make it bigger and better. This partnership includes our own competence and experience in order to jointly enhance the trade fair and conference, and make them some of the world’s largest. DIDAC India now already has the reputation as a platform that brings together the top players in education, training, technology and innovation. The partnership promises to produce numerous benefits for exhibitors and interest groups at DIDAC India.”