küchenwohntrends and möbel austria 2017 – where kitchens, food and living are at the forefront

More than 200 exhibitors and brands will be exhibiting at the third küchenwohntrends and möbel austria, taking place from 10 to 12 May 2017 in Salzburg. There is significant growth in the upholstery and household furniture sectors, while floor coverings will be presented for the first time. As before, the central theme in exhibition hall 10 will be ‘the fusion of kitchen and living space’. With the impressive market acceptance of the dual trade fair, further expansion of the exhibition area is the logical next step.

This year’s podium events provide unique highlights and valuable knowledge for your professional interests.

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The ‘Who’s Who’ Convenes in Salzburg

The living and sleeping segment will be presented by companies such as ANREI, Dormiente, Elastica, Forcher, HAAPO 1910, Haas, Hüsler Nest, Hülsta, Incasa, Joka, Partner Design, sedda, Sembella, Schösswender, T-drei, Wimmer and Wittmann. Big software companies CAD+T, Carat, Compusoft and SHD will also be there.

Some of the well-known names in the field of electrical appliances who will attend include: AEG, Bora, BSH, Liebherr, Miele and Smeg. Current kitchen ranges will be presented by the likes of Bauformat, Beckermann, Brigitte, Decker, Häcker, KH Systemmöbel, Nieburg, Nobilia, Nolte, Schüller and more.

Innovative suppliers and accessories manufacturers including Altholz-Baumgartner, Berbel, Blanco, Franke, Gutmann, Häfele, Haus- und Küchentechnik, Naber, Novy, Schachermayer, Speedmaster, Strasser Steine, Systemceram and Villeroy & Boch will present their latest developments.

In addition, a large number of new companies will be exhibiting their exciting products and services for the first time at küchenwohntrends and möbel austria.

Current list of exhibitors

küchenwohntrends and möbel austria highlights

» free admission
» free catering
» kitchens and living, together
» future-oriented podium events
» hassle-free access from Germany via motorway (no motorway permit sticker required)

Trade fair dates: Wednesday, 10 May 2017 to Friday, 12 May 2017

Opening hours: daily from 9am to 6pm

Top-class Siemens podium events – some of the participants include:

Futurologist, Oona Horx-Strathern

Trend researcher and author Oona Horx-Strathern lives with her husband, futurologist Matthias Horx, in Vienna with her self-designed ‘Future Evolution Home’. She focuses on architecture, lifestyle and urban development as well as the interplay between emotions and technology.

Market researcher, Prof. Dr Werner Beutelmeyer

Dr Beutelmeyer, Managing Director of the market Institut in Linz, looks at change in values and consumer behaviour in society, among other things. ‘Knowing the needs of consumers and thereby winning them over as customers’: based on this motto, he will offer insights into the wishes of consumers.

Environmental psychology expert, Uwe Linke

Author and speaker Uwe Linke is an expert in room psychology with profound experiences in the retail sector. He will enrich the podium events with themes like ‘Women cook less, while men do it differently’ or ‘How does individually suitable consulting work?’

Christoph Kail, Lawyer

Lawyer Christoph Kail is a well-known name in the furniture industry – his legal assistance and advice is in demand in Germany and Austria. In Salzburg, he will examine the legal rules concerning the ongoing topic of fairness and will get to the heart of purchasers’ obligations.

Salzburg – the number one location for specialized trade fairs

The location for küchenwohntrends is the state-of-the-art Exhibition Center Salzburg, the number one location for specialized trade fairs in Austria. The venue has the perfect infrastructure, as it is located directly on the A1 motorway with its own ‘Messe / Salzburgarena’ exit, as well as over 4,000 parking spaces directly at the exhibition centre. All told, it makes for an ideal venue. 

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