Here we have compiled some information about the festival for you.

Call for Makers - How do you submit your project to Make Munich?

Make Munich Participants

This year we have a new portal for all makers. Here you can submit your project and apply for a booth, lecture, workshop or meetup. In your account you can maintain all texts and pictures yourself and see exactly how many tickets or electricity and tables are reserved.

1. Create project

Enter with your login Make Munich Participants Portal.
Login Make Munich Participants Portal
Now you can create the basic data.

Finally click the “Register” button.

2. You’ve already submited a project? Then go to details about project, status, tickets.

After this step you will see more tabs. Here you can enter information about your project in general and about your booth, talk and/or workshop. Depending on what you want to do at Make Munich.

3. You would like to hold a workshop or talk?

If you want to submit a lecture or workshop for your project, please click on the button in the respective tab. The link leads you to your own page for workshops and lectures. The button will also take you to an existing contribution if you have already created a workshop or lecture.
This year we also offer tables for Meetups. Here you can offer your own meeting on your favourite topic for a small group. Meetups can be created via “Talks”.

After you have entered your information there and sent it, you will receive your own confirmation e-mail for your contribution.

These tabs must be filled in by everyone:

General: Your contact details, project name
Project: project description, categories, pictures
Tickets: Exhibitor Tickets

 

Fill in these tabs only if you want to offer at Make Munich:
Booth: Exhibitor stand details – only fill in if you want to set up a stand
Talk: Details about talk or Meetup – only fill in if you want to give a talk
Workshop: Workshop details – only fill in if you want to hold a workshop

 

Participants:
Please enter here your comrades-in-arms or your staff, who will take care of the stand with you or who will arrange a Meetup, lecture or workshop. We need an email address from each participant to provide information about tickets, catering, etc. to everyone. You can assign editing permissions for each participant. They can then make changes to the project profile with their login.

 Important: Always save the content before changing the tab.

How do I create a presentation, workshop or meetup?

1. registration of an account

Log in under the button and open an account with your email address. You will then receive a confirmation email from the system in your mailbox. After clicking the link the confirmation email, you will enter your username and password.

 

Submit your project now

2. create project

With the login you come to the Make Munich Participants Portal.
Now you can create the basic data.

 

Finally click the “Register” button.

3. selecting the tab for workshop or talk

After this step you will see more tabs. Here you can enter details about your contribution.
This year we also offer tables for Meetups. Here you can offer a small group your own meeting to your favorite topic. Meetups can be created via Lectures.

 

4. add your post

Click the button in the respective tab. This will take you to the two extra pages for workshops and talks.
This button will also take you to your contribution if you have already created a workshop or lecture.

5. confirmation mail

Once you have submitted your contribution, you will receive a confirmation email.

You can also submit more than one contribution to a project.
Please don’t forget to fill in the tabs “Project” and “Tickets” in the Make Munich Participants. The project information will be displayed on your Make Munich profile page. You can get your free ticket under “Tickets”, which you also need as a speaker or workshop host.

What happens after the Call for Makers?

The Call for Makers is open from 8 October – 31 December 2018.

The Make Munich team will be looking through the submissions during this time. We will inform the makers step by step if and in which area we will accept the project. If a theme area is overcrowded with stands, we also put projects on the waiting list.
By 15 January 2019 at the latest, you will receive a final decision as to whether your stand, workshop or presentation will be included.

Your contact persons

Complete Maker Team: (makers@make-munich.de)
Sponsors: (partners@make-munich.de)
Talks: (talks@make-munich.de)
Workshops:  (workshops@make-munich.de)
Volunteers: (volunteers@make-munich.de)

Event Timing

Opening hours

Saturday 2. March 2019: 10am – 6pm
Sunday 3. March 2019: 10am – 6pm

Hebocon

Sunday 3. March 2019: 2 pm – 5 pm

Setup / Check in / Dismantling

Construction times for professional exhibitors (Hall 1)

Friday 1. March 2019: 5 pm – 9 pm
Saturday 2 March 2019: 8 am – 10 am

Exhibitors will be set up in phases:
From 2 pm: Sponsors with individual islands (Allnet, Siemens, Munich University of Applied Sciences)
From 3 pm: Sponsors with headstand (Hochschule Aalen, Würth, 3D Pioneers, Murnau)
Exhibitors left side of hall (chartup.com, PICCO´s 3D World GmbH, HelloFresh, SpaceNet, MrBeam, Kessler Modellbau, cameo Laser, Spectrum Filaments, Trilab, Süddeutsche Zeitung)
From 4 pm: Exhibitor right side of hall (Weytronik, Aconno, dpunkt.verlag, City of Munich, Beta2Shape, Elektronik neo/Magazin, eHaJo, Christiani, Make Magazin, TH Nürnberg)

Setup times for Maker, FabLabs, Startups (Hall 1)

Friday 1. March 2019: 5 pm – 9 pm
Saturday 2 March 2019: 8 am – 10 am

Setup times for Kids Workshop Area (Hall 2)

Saturday 2 March 2019: 8 am – 10 am
(inventor garden, Watterott, Variobot, Wunderwuzzi, FabLab Oberland, Peguino)

Check-in

At the entrance in hall 1 you’ll find the Make Munich info desk – check in first and pick up tickets & information.
Here you will get your tickets & documents and the booth location.
Here you can also buy parking tickets and additional exhibitor passes for cash.

Dismounting

Sunday 3. March 2019: 6pm-10pm
Please take all packaging with you. There is no waste separation in the event halls.

Maker Booth

Regular exhibition stand: A regular exhibition stand with 2 x 2.2m area has included 1 beer table and 1 seat. Most stands will have a constructed backing wall.
Go crazy… Your imagination is the limit!

If you have provided extra requests in the call for Makers form then we will do our best to cater to your needs.

Lights: feel free to bring extra lamps for your stand to create a light and friendly atmosphere. There is lighting from the ceiling but you may want to stage your projects with more emphasis. No floodlights please.

Backing walls: please feel free to decorate the backing wall – they are not particularly attractive. Posters and other decorations such as backing cloth can be used without problem.

 

Banners & Signs: Make Munich loves banners! Who are you and what do you do? Give the visitors a chance to know more about what you do. B1 Certificate needed.

Power: Your extra lighting is included in your power usage and a power outlet will be provided. Floodlights, water bóilers and other power hungry utilities we prefer are left at home.

Headphones: does your stand have music planned? Please bring some headphones as well. We will try to organise the exhibition space to allow everyone to have their space but please be prepared to give the visitors and other exhibitors a break.

Maker/Start-up exhibitor tickets

Each Maker Stand includes tickets for 2 Makers. If you have more Makers in your team who will join your stand. The tickets can be purchased beforehand from our online ticketing site as follows:

1. Go to the Ticket site http://make-munich.de/tickets/

2. Click under: Click here to enter a promotion code
Enter the code “Aussteller-MM2019

3. It will show the following options:

  • Maker mit Verkaufsabsicht (eine Person, 2 Tage) – € 79,00
    Pass for exhibitor with selling rights, 2 day pass

  • zusätzlicher Ausstellerausweis (2 Tage) – € 20,00
    Additional exhibitor pass, 2 days

  • zusätzlicher Ausstellerausweis (1 Tag) – € 10,00
    Additional exhibitor pass, 1 day

4. Please choose your tickets.

Exhibitor pass - Maker with sales intention

In the case of a maker booth with the intention of selling, the rules are different. Tickets must be purchased.
The first ticket is a 79 € ticket, the second and third person at the stand need an additional standard maker exhibitor pass. You can buy the tickets on our ticket page.

1. Go to the Ticket site http://make-munich.de/tickets/

2. Click under: Click here to enter a promotion code
Enter the code “Aussteller-MM2019

3. It will show the following options:

  • Maker mit Verkaufsabsicht (eine Person, 2 Tage) – € 79,00
    Pass for exhibitor with selling rights, 2 day pass

  • zusätzlicher Ausstellerausweis (2 Tage) – € 20,00
    Additional exhibitor pass, 2 days

  • zusätzlicher Ausstellerausweis (1 Tag) – € 10,00
    Additional exhibitor pass, 1 day

Exhibitor pass - Sponsors

Exhibitors who have booked a sponsor package with stand space will be taken care of separately by the organising team.
When you check in at the Infopoint, you will receive the exhibitor tickets you specify in the form. These are wristbands that identify you as an exhibitor.

Directions & Parking

Exhibition hall

Zenith Hall
Lilienthalallee 29
80939 Munich
Germany

Directions to Zenith Hall

By car

If you are coming from the north of Munich via the A9 motorway:

  1. Drive towards the centre of Munich

  2. Leave the motorway at the exit ‘München-Freimann’

  3. Turn right into Heidemannstrasse

  4. Take the left into Lilienthalallee

If you are coming from central Munich:

  1. Take the A9 heading out of the city

  2. Take the exit München-Freimann

  3. Turn left at Heidemannstrasse

  4. Turn left into Lilienthalallee

At the Zenith Hall (Lilienthalallee 29) there are approximately 800 parking places.

Directions by public transport
Take the U-bahn line U6 towards Garching-Forschungszentrum. Exit at the station Freimann and walk for approximately 700m west via Edmund-Rumpler-Strasse to Zenith hall (Lilienthalallee 29).

From the Munich airport

The venue can be reached from the airport by car in only 20 minutes following the directions above. Alternatively public transport will bring you directly to the venue.

More information regarding directions: http://www.zenith-muenchen.de/anfahrt/
Website for Munich’s public transport service

Parking

Large parking lot directly at the hall available, parking costs 5, – euro daily price.
You will find a car park attendant who will collect directly. The car park is managed directly by the event location. To make your life easier, we offer:

Exhibitor parking pass: 3-day park tickets (Friday-Sunday) at the reduced price of 10 € can be purchased at our information counter at the check-in.
(The fee goes directly to the hall operator – Make Munich is not responsible for the parking spaces.)

Reasonably priced accommodation in the area

Motel One Garching – located at a stations, 3 stations away by the U6 train

ibis München Garching – located at a stations, 3 stations away by the U6 train

B&B Hotel München Nord – 8 minutes drive away from the exhibition hall

Hotel Beer – 10 minutes walk to the venue

Rilano 24/7 – 8 minutes drive away from the exhibition hall

 

Good value but further afield:

A&O Hostels – at the main station (Hauptbahnhof)
Euro Youth Hotel at the main station (hostel rooms available)
Pension Siddiqi North Munich (hostel rooms available)
Jugendherberge München Neuhausen (membership is worth considering for the room prices)

CVJM Hostel – at the main station (hostel rooms available, Christian Hostel)

Haus International -The cheapest motel in Munich ( not recommended online)

 

Airbnb

wimdu

booking.com

hotel.de

hrs.de