How To Reach Us
If you are interested in hosting one of our exhibitions, please contact our business development consultant David Parr at
david.parr (at) stackroad.com.
If you want to bring your exhibitions to the German-speaking hemisphere, reach out to director Christoph Scholz at
director (at) sc-exhibitions.com
SC Exhibitions is a divison of
Semmel Concerts Entertainment GmbH
Am Muehlgraben 70
Where to Meet Us
SC Exhibitions can be found at the top trade shows and conferences around the world.
Though the world today is more closely connected than ever, particularly through social media, nothing is more valuable to us than meeting our partners face to face at the top trade shows around the globe. At these meetings, we get the chance to hear the latest news, receive input from colleagues in the exhibitions world, network and maintain our business relationships.
Therefore, we have created our own conference for the industry: The Touring Exhibitions Meeting (TEM), an event that brings together heritage professionals from across the globe, featuring talks and networking events. So far, we've held meetings in Paris, Berlin, Munich and Istanbul. You can read more at touringexhibitions.org.
Meet us in 2017
Visit us at the annual gathering of the Association of Science – Technology Centers (San Jose, California, October 21-24, 2017).
EXTRA - the marketplace for scientific touring exhibitions
SC Exhibitions is a proud sponsor of EXTRA, the marketplace for scientific touring exhibitions. EXTRA has grown to contain over 400 exhibitions and connects 1,700 people across the world. The database can be found on the website of ECSITE – The European Network of Science Centres and Museums. ECSITE's website receives over 60,000 unique visitors each year, while ECSITE itself has more than 350 members, and over 1,000 people participate in its annual conference. Anybody can visit EXTRA at its new home at ECSITE and browse through the exhibitions currently for rental or sale; you can even find our show "Tutankhamun – His Tomb and his Treasures." Why not take a look?