The 43rd edition of China International Furniture Fair will take place at in Guangzhou over two phases, divided according to product sector: the 1st, from 18 to 21 March 2019, is dedicated to home furnishings, outdoor and leisure furniture, home décor and home textiles; the 2nd, from 28 to 31 March, will be for office furniture, hotel furnishings, accessories, metal furniture, and furnishings for public spaces and reception areas, as well as materials and machinery for the furniture industry.
Without a doubt, excitement and innovation are the key words of the next edition of CIFF Guangzhou which, completely reinvented, will host over 4,100 exhibitors gathered in an exhibition space extending over 760,000 square metres.
The will and the desire to communicate with each other and to communicate a China that is constantly evolving. This was the reason why CIFF, the world’s largest furniture sector fair and the most influential business platform in all Asia, decided to construct an information portal. A portal that wants to show the world a reality undergoing constant changes. A world increasingly focused on sustainable choices, beauty, design, quality. A world, the Chinese world, which is measuring itself up to the West while also rediscovering its cultural and aesthetic roots. A world increasingly ready to collaborate and increasingly capable of placing people at the centre of everything.
Welcome to China, welcome to CIFF!
The Outdoor & Leisure sector will be the star of the upcoming 43rd edition of CIFF in Guangzhou, occupying the six pavilions of the Guangzhou Poly World Trade Centre Expo, Area D of CIFF.
Chinese New Year’s Eve is celebrated by more than 20% of the world. It’s also known as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival and begins on the 1st day of the 1st lunar month.
This year it falls on February 5th; 2019 will be the year of the Pig in the Chinese Zodiac.
Happy Chinese New Year of the Pig!
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