- JAGD & HUND is Europe’s largest hunting exhibition.
- At JAGD & HUND, you will find a wide, international audience. Around 12.4 percent are from abroad, including neighbouring countries but also from farther away e.g. from China, South Africa, Australia and Saudi Arabia.
- From interested visitors to beginners and advanced people, to experts – our visitors cover a diverse market. They include not only hunters but also many dog and nature enthusiasts.
- Visitors rated the overall range of offerings at JAGD & HUND with the score "good" to "very good". Among the theme presentations and special shows, the bird of prey demonstrations and the exciting action areas received above-average ratings, with the hunting dog breeds performing best. But the off-road vehicle course in Hall 3B was also among the top places again this year.
- Nearly 90% of visitors at JAGD & HUND 2019 purchased or ordered items for an average of 650 euros.
- In seven halls with different subject areas, you have the best possibilities to present yourself in a targeted way.
- JAGD & HUND is at the right time: The exhibition takes place outside of the major hunting season.
- Clearly structured exhibition concept: Every visitor can find his/her way around swiftly and easily based on interests. .
- Excellent infrastructure: Dortmund, one of the largest metropolises in the Ruhr region, can be conveniently reached by car, train and plane.
- Around 800 exhibitors from 40 countries presented themselves at JAGD & HUND 2019. This means there were exhibitors from three more countries than in the previous year. The foreign share was one third.
Hesham Khalifa, Head of Live Communications, Blaser Group:
"We are very satisfied with the way the fair has gone so far. We are very pleased with the high demand from our customers. For us, the JAGD & HUND is the most important consumer fair. The weighting of the fair is also reflected in the size of our stand area. As every year, we can also look back on high-quality discussions with our customers. And we are very pleased that the new products were also well received by the visitors".
Sebastian Lüken, Head of Category Management, Carl Zeiss AG:
"For us, the trade fair is one of the most important because we can get in touch with the end consumer and provide them with important, necessary and correct information. We have received a great deal of feedback from our customers".