küchenwohntrends and möbel austria 2015 ends – great atmosphere – growth in terms of space, and exhibitor and visitor numbers
The Austrian national specialist trade fair küchenwohntrends and möbel austria 2015 at the Salzburg trade fair centre exceeded all expectations in just its second year. Besides the high-quality presentations of products, brands and concepts for kitchens and homes, the figures clearly speak for themselves: across 13,600m² of exhibition space, there was brisk trade fair business from 6th to 8th May among the representatives of 200 exhibiting companies or brands and the 4,143 trade visitors who had travelled from many different countries.
From 130 exhibitors at the premiere in 2013, trade fair participation increased by over 50% to 200 presentations by leading companies and brands from home and kitchen furniture manufacturers, the electronics appliance industry, the accessories industry and various associations. The result before the trade fair began: exhibition space in Hall 10 of the modern trade fair complex in Mozart’s city was all used up, right down to the last square metre. This means space increased by around a third to 13,600 square metres in comparison with 2013.
4,143 trade visitors – growth of 35%
The exhibitors and organisers are extremely satisfied with the development in visitor interest: 4,143 trade visitors (net) from Austria (share 75.21%), Germany (20.20%), Italy (2.39%) as well as from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Poland, Italy, Switzerland and other countries (share 2.2%) from medium-sized companies though to retail customers, from architects and interior designers, decorators and project workers through to carpenters and joiners, found time in the first week of May to visit küchenwohntrends and möbel austria.
Thus, an increase of 35% was attained compared with the previous event. A success that the organisers trendfairs GmbH and Möbel- und Holzbau-Cluster particularly attribute to the exceptional culture of cooperation and the distinct willingness to communicate among all those involved. The concept behind the double trade fair – furniture and accessory presentation for today’s merged living areas plus creation of attractive added value and an environment thought-out right down to the last detail – developed with the exhibitors really hit the mark.