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Meet customers and do business at fairs

Every year, the Turku Fair Center hosts over twenty fair events featuring various topics from boating to literature, from interior decoration to food and wine. The Turku Fair Center offers an optimal setting for successful customer encounters, productive meetings and memorable experiences.

A fair event is a unique media channel. Fairs bring together representatives of a certain industry and like-minded people with interesting ideas and services. It is a great opportunity to exchange news with colleagues and meet the leading companies, organisations and other operators of your industry.

A fair event is an optimal setting for reaching your target group, obtaining new customers and conducting business!

Upcoming events

26. - 28.10.2018

Outlet

08. - 11.11.2018

Boatexpo

08. - 10.02.2019

Construction & Interior Design

11. - 13.01.2019

Caravan Show

29. - 31.03.2019

Cottage & Sea 2019

26. - 28.10.2018

Healthy Living

15. - 16.05.2019

Life Science Live

13. - 14.05.2020

NaviGate

05. - 07.10.2018

Turku Book Fair

Turun Messut – Turku General Fair

26. - 28.10.2018

Skilled Women

29. - 31.03.2019

Turku Garden Fair

16. - 17.03.2019

Turku Art & Antique Fair

05. - 07.10.2018

Turku Food and Wine Fair

Over 240,000 visitors per year

Events hosted in the Turku Fair Center attract over two hundred thousand visitors every year. Each of these is a potential customer. As an exhibitor, you will also benefit from the Turku Fair Center’s active event-specific media communications.

media audit

The biggest single events are the semi-annual building and interior decoration event Rakenna & Sisusta (over 16,000 visitors) and the oldest book fair in Finland, the Turku Book Fair (around 21,000 visitors). The Turku Fair Center is also the venue of choice for many event organisers.

Those who have used the Turku Fair Center’s services would fully recommend it to others
(event organiser survey on arenas/venues in Turku, conducted by Camp Consulting, 19 June 2014).