TWO MAJOR FAIRS AT ONCE
On top of hosting many major international events, the GR – Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre (GR) also offers a professional production of its own. In October, the GR hosted two events in its own organisation at once: the 29th Ambient Ljubljana – Furniture Fair and the 3rd International Home Fair. Visitors who were either renovating, building or refurbishing their living, business and other environments, had a 5-day opportunity to visit both fairs with one ticket. The traditionally organised by the GR itself, the fairs hosted more than 230 companies from 19 countries. Ambient Ljubljana Fair presented the offer of furniture and interior design, while the Home Plus Fair exhibited woodwork, heating and cooling engineering, prefabricated houses, security, and landscaping.
THE WORLD’S LARGEST GOLF TOURISM EVENT
The International Golf Travel Market (IGTM) brings together over 1,300 golf travel industry professionals from all over the world for four days of networking and deal making. Generating over 9.5 million euro of business, the unique focus of the event are the 1:1 pre-scheduled meetings, which connect golf tourism suppliers with pre-qualified buyers (golf tour operators). The IGTM every year moves location, showcasing a different golfing destination. This year, the world’s largest event in the golf industry, was hosted by Slovenia and its GR – Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre. Business meetings and presentations of destinations were attended by over 500 providers of golf courses, golf resorts and hotels, over 450 golf tour operators, and around 100 specialised golf media from 65 countries.
MYSTERIES OF THE HUMAN FORM
The original exhibition of real human bodies, has been in the last two decades seen by 47 million visitors globally. BODY WORLDS Vital is for anyone visiting or meeting in Ljubljana up until 20 January 2019, an opportunity to explore the mysteries of the human form. With honouring the human body, this world-renowned exhibition focuses on preventative health management with intention of strengthening one’s sense of health, show the potential and limits of the body, and raise the question of the meaning of life. The exhibition is open seven days a week (including holidays), between 9am and 8pm.