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It is fitting that Powtech has found a home in Nuremberg. For years exhibitors and visitors alike have enjoyed the cultural trappings as an added bonus to attending an industry event


ORGANISERS SET SOMETHING OF A PRECEDENT WHEN THEY LAUNCHED THE FIRST POWTECH BACK IN 1971. THEY had chosen Harrogate, a quiet Edwardian spa town in North Yorkshire, UK, with a well-established reputation for hosting conferences and exhibitions.


Visitors would have enjoyed all that’s quintessentially British in such as classic spa town; Turkish baths, cream teas, quaint streets and historic architecture on the edge of the rugged Yorkshire Dales National Park. And although it moved home several times, relocating to several British and European towns, the die was cast when in 1973 Nuremberg became home of the new PARTEC Congress on Particle Technology. By the early eighties, as its reputation began to grow within the scientific community, organisers of that event felt there may be merit in organising a POWTECH event parallel to PARTEC and so, in 1984, the first POWTECH in Nuremberg was held with more than 100 exhibitors.


NUREMBERG | BRIEF HISTORY


The city originated as an imperial castle, home to a Holy Roman emperor. But thanks to the likes of Albrecht Dürer, the sculptures of the Vischer family and Martin Behaim, who designed the first globe, it earned a reputation as a centre of learning.


In later years it emerged as a major administrative and commercial hub, producing fine mechanical and optical goods along with a thriving automotive and textile industries. For more information click link below. | tourismus.nuernberg.de


The Congress and the Trade Show combined were a huge success and it has been there ever since. So, is it fair to say that its now well-established location is part of the draw – and if so, why? For one thing, this is the second largest city in Bavaria and one generally regarded as the unofficial capital of the Duchy of Franconia as well as being an important centre for Germany’s arts and cultural heritage. All that is apparent from its thriving social scene, one where the nightlife is intense and visitors are welcome to the city all year round; a vibrant, confident and multicultural place which is home to more than half a million people, including strong international communities from the likes of Turkey, Greece and Russia.


STRONG LINKS WITH SCIENCE It is a place where modern cafés and restaurants reside alongside important museums: a city with a proud history that has rebuilt itself from the ravages of time and wartime


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