The Interpädagogica is Austria’s only trade fair for the education sector. The event in November is the ideal information show for teachers and facilitators, and for all those active in, and all those responsible for the education sector – from early learning through to life-long learning.
The portfolio covers an entire spectrum – from the latest products of big-name manufacturers, innovative niche products of creative start-ups and the services provided by Austria’s educational institutions, through to an excellent programme of side events, including discussions, talks and workshops – all under one roof!
The portfolio includes:
- The latest teaching, learning and classroom aids
- IT & digital media
- Migration – integration – education
- Equipment for childcare and school institutions
- Nutrition, good health & illness prevention
- Travel, nature & culture
- Fitness and sports
- … and much more!
2017: Focus on Western Austria
The show takes place in the Austrian capital, Vienna, once every two years and alternates in the intermediate years – between the regional capitals of Graz, Linz and Salzburg. In 2017 the Interpädagogica will be back in Salzburg. The aim of the ‘Interpädagogica WEST’ is to establish CLOSE LOCAL CONTACTS with the provinces of western Austria in particular, as well as with the neighbouring regions over the borders, to provide a modern, premium quality portfolio of the very best ideas, goods and services.
The fair is staged in cooperation with several partners, including the Austrian Ministry for Education, the regional education boards, and numerous institutions and associations, and aims to ensure all the latest ideas, products and developments relevant to the education sector can be found in Salzburg – in turn ensuring their accessibility for every teacher, trainer and facilitator from Tyrol, Vorarlberg, Carinthia, Upper Austria and the neighbouring regions over the borders.
Review of the Interpädagogica 2016:
- Focus on two key topics ‘integration’ and ‘digitalization’
- Around 260 exhibitors, among which 100 were new or never present at the Vienna edition of the fair
- 16.800 visitors on three days
- 115 workshops and talks in addition to complement the trade fair