Heimtextil 2017 already booked completely, 8 more months to start the fair
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Staff Correspondent : Messe Frankfurt’s trade fair for interior textiles, Heimtextil has announced recently that it is completely booked on many hall levels, eight months prior to its start on January 10, 2017. World-leading trade fair sends positive signals to the industry with an increase in exhibitors in various product areas.
Heimtextil, the industry’s most important global event for interior textiles, interior design and interior trends, is already completely fully booked on many hall levels around eight months before it is due to begin. The number of stand registrations for the upcoming event (10-13 January 2017) already signals that there will be an increase in the number of exhibitors and exhibition space thanks both to new registrations as well as exhibitors looking to expand their existing stands. Heimtextil is particularly pleased about the numerous registrations from European exhibitors who want to showcase their quality products.
For many exhibitors, attending the international world leading trade fair has a considerable impact on their success over the coming season – whether this is because of the orders they receive, the establishing and maintaining of contacts or the garnering of inspiration for their own new concepts. Exhibiting companies profit from the long-standing expertise and positive image of the event, which draws key players and decision-makers from across the world to Frankfurt every year. ‘We work continually on developing the trade fair and are always in close contact with the industry’, says Olaf Schmidt, Vice President Textiles & Textile Technologies at Messe Frankfurt. ‘The excellent situation with registrations clearly shows that we are on the right track and just how important Heimtextil is as an international world-leading trade fair for the industry. With its new products and trends, it kicks off the upcoming season and is an indispensable platform for companies and trade visitors alike, from purchasers and designers to interior decorators, hoteliers and architects’.