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Plan your visit to CWIEME Berlin

Plan your visit to CWIEME Berlin

Opening times 2020

Tuesday 30 June: 09:00 – 18:00

Wednesday 1 July: 09:00 – 18:00

Thursday 2 July: 09:00 – 16:00



Messe Berlin
Messedamm 22,
D-14055 Berlin,

T: +49 (0)30 / 3038-0 
F: +49 (0)30 / 3038-2325 
E: [email protected]

Travelling to Berlin

Berlin has two international airpots Berlin Tegel (TXL) & Berlin Schoenefeld (SXF). You can get more information on your flight options for example on Skyscanner


Germany has a well connected national and international rail network. Find out more about your train travel options on the German Rail Network website.

German Rail Network website

Disscount hotels through event express

Discount accomodation near the venue 

Event Express, in association with CWIEME, has negotiated specially discounted room rates for exhibitors and visitors at a number of well-located hotels.

Please note that rooms at the conference rates are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Discover hotel offers

Download the Official CWIEME Connect 2020 mobile app

Within our new and improved CWIEME Connect App for 2020 we have tailored content and smart functionality to help you make the most of your experience at the conference.

You can plan ahead and build your own personalised agenda for your visit, as well as creating a personalised conference map by selecting the exhibitors and features you would like to stop and see.

Scan the QR code on your phone and download the app as soon as it's available.

*Please note that you need to register in order to access the matchmaking service.

Find out more


CWIEME Berlin takes place at Messe Berlin, South Entrance, Messedamm 22, D-14055 Berlin, Germany, T: +49 (0)30 / 3038-0

Where can I park and how much does it cost?

We have reserved parking spaces for you at parking lot 17 (120 cars) and parking lot 18 (750 cars) - just a short walk to our halls.

Opening hours

CWIEME Berlin open Tuesday 30 June: 09:00 – 18:00, Wednesday 1 July: 09:00 – 18:00, Thursday 2 July: 09:00 – 16:00

What do the tickets cost?

Entry is free if you register until midnight on the day before the event (so for 2020, you need to have registered by 29 June 2020, 23:59). Without registering prior to the event, the ticket price is 60€  Get your free ticket here

Do the conference and the technical deep dives cost entry?

Access to all seminar sessions and technical deep dives is included in your ticket. If you pre-register online, entry will be free of charge. If you haven’t pre-registered, you will be charged 60€.  Get your free ticket here

When will I receive my entry badge?

You can download and print your badge at the end of the registration process or from the confirmation email once registration is complete. If you are unable to print your badge, don’t worry – just show us this confirmation email on your mobile device and we will print it for you on-site.

Can I edit my registration details?

If you wish to edit your registration details, please go to your confirmation email and click on the option ‘edit your details’. This will then open up a new window allowing you to change your details.

What if I have forgotten my e-badge/entry badge when I arrive at the show?

Registration staff at the main registration desks will be able to find you by company name/surname on our data base to print your entry badge. If you can, please provide proof of company name via business card or confirmation email.

How to travel to Berlin?

Berlin is best placed for national and international guests with a large central train station and has four airports. If you're travelling from domestic or abroad, we recommend booking your flights in advance to get the cheaper rates – SkyScanner is a good page to check prices and availability. For train tickets, please go to Deutsche Bahn.

Where to stay? We have negotiated hotel rates for you.

Event Express, in association with CWIEME, has negotiated specially discounted room rates for exhibitors and visitors at a number of well-located hotels. To browse the list and book your accommodation, please visit the Event Express website. Please note that rooms at our special discounted rate are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis.

What can I do in Berlin?

Berlin is a remarkably diverse city with thriving art, music and food scenes, as well as being the centrepiece of the reunited Germany. Being comprised of what was once two cities, Berlin occupies a huge 900km2 and is home to 3.5 million people.


There is no denying the city’s turbulent past and the shadow of the Berlin Wall looms large. Visitors able to undertake cycling tours along the Wall trail, participate in Cold War guided walks and enjoy the open-air gallery, which stretches along 1.3km of the east side of the Wall and features more than 100 paintings.


Berlin is a dynamic, cultural city, with museums, verdant green space, vibrant nightlife, quirky boutiques and high-end designer shopping to rival Milan. The city enjoys food from every corner of the world and boasts 23 Michelin Stars. There is also a burgeoning street food scene (that obviously includes the ubiquitous Currywurst!)


To find out more about Berlin and all it has to offer, visit:

I require an invitation letter to assist with my visa application, how do I apply?

Unfortunately, we cannot issue personal/individual letters of invitation for visa purposes. Please use the confirmation email at the end of the registration process.

Where can I find a list of exhibitors?

You can find a list of our 2020 exhibitors in the exhibitor list. Please note that these get updated regularly, so watch this space.

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