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By Christoph Buchmann

Pablo & Paul at the Internet World in Munich



Dear Companists,

If you visit the Internet World in Munich on Tuesday, 24 March 2015, you can meet Pablo & Paul!

During the day, we will be at the Start-up Treff (start-up meeting point), and at 3 p.m., we will give a presentation on "Multi-Channel – an Opportunity for the Art Market."

If you happen to be there, feel free to send a message to


About the Internet World

Ever since 1997, the Internet World has been an important event for internet professionals and a meeting point for decision-makers on the supply side and on the user side (this year, 350 exhibitors and 14,000 visitors are expected). The Internet World e-commerce fair takes place at the Munich fair grounds once a year and is accompanied by a high-quality convention. Both the fair and the convention focus primarily on e-commerce.

For instance, the fair focuses on online marketing and social media, email marketing, e-commerce, mobile commerce, emotionalization/emotional shopping, cross-channel, social commerce, and e-commerce within the B2B segment. The Internet World is a pure B2B fair.

We are looking forward to meeting you!

Best regards,
Team Pablo & Paul



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