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CIFF Guangzhou Attracts 145,363 Visitors

10.08.2020, 12:49

CIFF Guangzhou Attracts 145,363 Visitors

The first major furniture exhibition to be held during the Covid-19 pandemic and FM Industry partner event, CIFF Guangzhou 2020, attracted 1,607 exhibitors and 145,363 visitors.

Ending on 30th July, the 4-day event featured exhibitors representing the entire furniture chain who exhibited home, outdoor, leisure, office and hotel furniture – as well as soft furnishings, textile and equipment and raw materials used for the production of furniture.

Two design exhibitions during the event stood out in particular: Design Spring which showcased the growth and development of furniture design within China, and 2030+ International Future Office (IFO) which explored the infinite possibilities that are available for future offices.

Visitors also attended the Global Conference Industry Trend Conference 2020 which communicated and promoted the future development of the furniture sector globally by focusing on up-and-coming innovations.

In the upcoming future, CIFF Guangzhou will continue to innovate the trade fair service models integrated with innovative marketing activities, in order to offer more and more to both exhibitors and visitors.

CIFF Guangzhou and sister event, CIFF Shanghai, complement each other and support CBD – a building decoration fair.

The 46th edition of CIFF Shanghai will be held from 7th to 10th September 2020.

The 47th edition of CIFF Guangzhou will be held in two phases from 18th to 21st March 2021 (home furniture, home decor & textiles, outdoor and  leisure furniture) and from 28th to 31st March 2021 (office furniture, commercial furniture, hotel furniture, and furniture machinery and raw materials).

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Staff Reporter covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.

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