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to the website of the "International Precious Metals & Commodities Show" which has been taking place in Munich since 2005. Here you have access to the latest information on our event which is exclusively dedicated to investments in precious metals and commodities.

Meet renowned experts from Germany and abroad, find out about new trends from exhibitors, expand your knowledge at our workshops, or have your questions answered during panel discussions.

The show opens on both days and is open to the public. Both institutional and private investors are cordially invited. This year we will again offer a limited number of free tickets prior to the fair.

We are looking forward to meeting you in Munich!

Date of the Precious Metals & Commodities Show 2016

This year the International Precious Metals & Commodities Show 2016 will again take place at the beginning of November in Munich. It will open its gates on Thursday, November 3rd and on Friday, November 4th to institutional and private investors as well as to anyone else taking an interest.

If you should wish to participate as an exhibitor, please do not hesitate to contact us by means of the contact form.

More categories online

Dear visitors, dear guests,

after having published the exhibitors' section for this year's show in September, we now activated the section "Info for Visitors".


We will soon publish his year's programme and the list of contributors. Please note that there might be short term program changes due to the great number of presentations. As in previous years, we will send an update in the run up to the show via our newsletter and in addition post all relevant information on this website.


Registration for visitors

Like every year, visitors can use the free registration on the website. As always free tickets are limited for both event days. The free registration tool will soon be activated and will end as soon as all free tickets are handed out.


Of course, day tickets are available at the box office on both event days (10 Euro/day). Besides exhibitors can order a limited number of free tickets.


Registration for exhibitors

You would like to take part in our show as an exhibitor but haven't registered yet? No problem. There is still a chance to register as an exhibitor. Interested? Please use our contact form.


What's new in 2015?

Due to the wrecking of the Event Arena in Olympiapark, this year's event will take place in the MVG Museum. Unlike previous years, the event days are Thursday and Friday!!! (see Info for Visitors).) 

New Dates & Location

Dear visitors and exhibitors,


a view days before Christmas we got the confirmation by the municipal authorities of Munich about the dismantling of the "Event Arena".


Although this decision seems to be economically doubtful, it is demanded by politics and from now on a good venue will be missing in Munich. This means that after 10 years of “Edelmetallmesse” in the Event Arena we are without a venue.


The search for a hall that fits into our demands regarding size and rent turned out to be very difficult. On top of that, the long multi-year correction in the commodities markets resulted in a (from 2013 on) significant withdrawal of mining companies as exhibitors.


All this left us with 3 choices for 2015:

a) Cancel the event or move to a 2-year-interval

b) Start a cooperation with another event and move it to the Spring

c)  Do the show early November as always but with some changes/limitations


We decided to go with c). The Munich Show 2015 will take place on November 5 and 6, 2015, in the MVG Museum in the southwestern part of Munich (Ständlerstraße 20). For events like ours the pieces of exhibition will be displaced nearly completely because the museum is only open on some weekends (mostly only Sunday).


We consider the new venue a preliminary solution because the hall capacity will run out with growing exhibitor interest very fast.


Our basic concept, a mix between exhibitors and lectures will be maintained. Because of timing issues we had to move both fair days from Friday and Saturday to Thursday and Friday. This became necessary because on Sunday, 8. November, the museum will be open and therefore the pieces of exhibition have to be brought back on Saturday.


The change of the location makes us resulted in a modification of the concept. It is intended to extend the opening hours to offer a "long Thursday".


We are fully aware that not every visitor will agree with our decision. But special situations demand sometimes courage to go into a new direction.


If you have ideas or suggestions how we can conduct a successful event in 2015 for visitors, exhibitors and speakers, please give us your feedback.



Kind regards,


Frank Hoffmann & Jan Kneist