First regular informal meeting of CALIPAGE dealers in 2017

First regular informal meeting of CALIPAGE dealers in 2017. Participants also visited FIS Ski Cross World Cup at the Feldberg. CALIPAGE acted as main sponsor of this popular winter sports competition.

On 3 February 2017, CALIPAGE dealers gathered for the first time in this year. For this infomal meeting participants were welcomed to the South of Germany, to Donaueschingen, a town located in the Black Forest.

After welcomed the participants was presented the school and kindergarten campaign 2017. Furthermore was explained the next steps of the cutting-edge CALIPAGE Superpromotion that sucessfully started already in 2016.

Among others, suppliers were represented by Esselte Leitz, which held two presentations about the „Academy of the future – computer-based training“. Moreover, they presented the company Esselte Leitz, its current market situation, and also answered questions of CALIPAGE dealers. The next topic of the agenda, a Question & Answer session, got initiated in collaboration with CALIPAGE advisory board.

During dinner, participants continued discussing today’s topics in a relaxed setting. CALIPAGE was represented by the following members: B. Harant GmbH, Bürohaus Krämer, Büroorganisation Barkemeyer, GbR, papier-FRITZ-büro, Schreiber & Weinert GmbH, us-bürotechnik, and Vitt für’s Büro.

The next day, attendees went to Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup taking place at the Feldberg in the beautiful landscape of High Black Forest. CALIPAGE acted as main sponsor of this exciting sports event.

Skiers raced down the hills with up to 80 kph and visitors enjoyed thrilling competitions with stunning jumps and daring overtaking manoeuvres. During the two finals days, all in all, 5,000 visitors and winter athletes celebrated the world’s elite of Ski Cross.

The ARD* (*German TV) broadcasted the races on Saturday, 4 February 2017 from 2 o’clock till 2:30 in the afternoon, and on Sunday, 5 February 2017 from 2:30 till 3 o’clock in the afternoon.

2,26 m people watched the races in German TV, which represents a market share of 14 %. Therefore, was transferred to innumerable living rooms and sports bars.

For further information about the Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup, please see