【DE】Do browse. Do chat. Do business.

More than 640 exhibitors from Germany, the Netherlands and Scandinavia will present their varied ranges with original ideas and trendy designs from 23 to 25 July 2022. Nordstil is also this summer the northern German home port for order business, networking, and impulses and thus leads on a direct course to more business success.



Nordstil Forum and trend tables at the Nordstil in Hamburg    photo: nordstil.messefrankfurt.com


With 640 exhibitors, the number of participants is more than 20 percent higher than last summer’s Nordstil: “The response is great. The range of products will be extremely exciting. We have new suppliers and great brands here, but also returners who have not participated in regional platforms for a long time. That makes me personally very happy and clearly shows that physical exchange is indispensable. After all, we experience it with all our senses: seeing, feeling, smelling, tasting, hearing – and that’s what we need, especially in the consumer goods sector, to make decisions and do business,” says Susanne Schlimgen, Director Nordstil.


Anchor for business relations and exchange


Five product groups stretch from west to east through a total of eight halls. In the Style & Design area (Halls A3, A4), well-known designers, manufactories and brands present their lifestyle products – from the latest interior trends to handmade side tables and handbags in minimalist design. Visitors with a focus on home & garden (Halls A1 and A4) will find the entire spectrum of inspiring new products and hot trends. In Halls B1.0 and B1.1, visitors can look forward to everything to do with kitchen & indulgence. In the Gifts & Stationery section (Halls B1.0, B2), visitors will find a wide selection of gifts, cards, creative items, toys and clothing for children. Accessory lovers will find a diverse selection for that little bit extra in the Jewelry & Fashion section (Hall B3, B4).



Full speed ahead with the supporting program of Nordstil


With numerous special areas and lectures, the supporting program of Nordstil has long been an indispensable success factor. After a break of two years due to the pandemic, the Nordstil Forum will take place again at the upcoming summer Nordstil. On all three days of the trade fair in Hall B1.0, it will offer answers to questions such as: Which digital strategies are promising? How is the consumer goods market developing? And how can assortment selection and product presentation at the point of sale be optimized? The Nordstil Forum will be suitably supplemented by trend tables located in the immediate vicinity. These are equipped with products from exhibitors and invite retailers to discover the trend highlights of the coming season and to be inspired for their own point of sale design.


Directly opposite, the special area of the Buddelhelden will make connoisseurs’ hearts beat faster. They will be presenting a selection of exquisite wines and spirits in Hall B1.0.


The Nordlichter set the trend: with their subtle and often surprising product ideas, the 20 creative brands and design studios in Hall A4 set the course for new, contemporary product ranges with their individual trend and design products. From greeting cards and kitchen accessories to sustainable products, buyers will find that certain something for their own personal product ranges in their own stores. This year, the Nordlichter in Hall A4 will be supplemented by an area with selected fashion and textile labels curated by Modekapitän Judith. More than 20 labels from the womenswear, children’s and home textiles sectors will show their latest collections at Nordstil.


The Village in Hall A3 shows prominently how brands can be perfectly staged at the point of sale. In the joint presentation, the selected companies bLuxe, Bon Dep As No Filial, Frohstoff, Gift Company, Good old friends, Joouls / IHAK, Mossapour, Paperproducts Design, Piffany Copenhagen, Pink Stories, Remember, and Sompex will show their latest collections and designs in an exciting product mix.


The full supporting program is also available online:






For those who want to indulge in some culture after the diverse offerings at Nordstil or are true social media fans, here are two more tips: The Museum of Popcorn offers 23 photo sets for extraordinary posts: museumofpopcorn.de. Nearby, the exhibition “Currency: Photography beyond Capture” weaves together forms of experimental photography with archival and documentary practice, appealing to all the senses: deichtorhallen.de.


The next Summer Nordstil will take place from 23 to 25 July 2022 and the next Winter Nordstil from 14 to 16 January 2023.





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