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05.04.2019, 10:21

A Successful CIFF Guangzhou

Company News, Furnishing & Decor, Events, APAC
The 43rd edition of CIFF Guangzhou, the world's largest furniture exhibition and FM Industry partner event, attracted a record 297,759 trade visitors and 4,344 exhibitors.

 

The event which is held in Guangzhou and Shanghai Hongqiao, occupies more than 760,000 square metres of exhibition space, and continues to be the major marketplace for the residential and corporate furniture and soft furnishings sectors.

 

In 2019, several exhibitors confirmed orders equivalent to 60 per cent of their annual turnover - in some cases, with contracts for the delivery of 500+ twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) shipping containers.

 

In recent years, CIFF has also emerged as a forum for the discussion of contemporary and emerging design trends in work environments, and the hotel and hospitality sector.

 

The 44th edition of CIFF will be held in Shanghai Hongqiao edition from 8 to 11 September. Visit www.ciff.furniture for more information.

 

 

 

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