Cologne International Furniture Fair imm cologne has been held since 1949 and is the most important furniture fair in the world furniture market. At the beginning of each year, the Cologne Furniture Fair showcases new international furniture and interior design trends, and the exhibition brings a lot of market-oriented innovations to visitors.
Cologne Exhibition Company CEO Glad Bosen said: "The increase in the number of exhibitors, especially the increase in the number of international visitors, shows that the Cologne International Furniture Fair is a key business platform for the global furniture trade. From a business perspective, Cologne The remarkable effect of the Furniture Fair fully demonstrates that Cologne is the center of the furniture industry."
At the imm cologne international furniture fair, suppliers and decision makers from major markets in the industry gathered here to open up successful business opportunities. Here, you can not only get unlimited creative inspiration, but also find various solutions. The diversity, high quality and internationalization you experience here are second to none. The Cologne International Furniture Fair is the most important place for you to understand industry trends and market prospects, establish brand images, find professional partners, and expand the international market.
According to official statistics, the exhibition area of the Cologne Furniture Fair in 2019 reached 246,500 square meters. A total of 1,158 companies from 52 countries participated, of which exhibitors outside Germany accounted for 78%; about 149,500 visitors from 145 countries attended the fair, 52 % Of the audience is from outside Germany. The number of professional visitors from China (+23%), North America (+15%) and South America (+29%) increased significantly. Within Europe, the number of industry professionals from Greece (+31%), Ireland (+30%) and Portugal (+31%) has also increased significantly. The number of Spanish visitors increased by 4%. The number of visitors in Eastern Europe increased by 13%. Although there has been a large number of visitors from major European export markets, this year's exhibition also attracted more visitors from individual countries. The number of visitors from Belgium increased by 5%, the Netherlands by 3%, and France by 2%.
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