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INSTANBUL FURNITURE FAIR

Design | November 14, 2016 |

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ISTANBUL FURNITURE FAIR

Hosting many local and international visitors over the course of 6 days, ISMOB is the world’s third largest furniture fair and displays the best examples of the Turkish furniture industry, which exports to up to 200 countries.

ISMOB is the meeting platform of the Turkish furniture industry, which exports furniture to many countries including Italy, famous for the design and quality of its furniture. ISMOB opens up new business opportunities thanks to the participation of over 100 countries from all over the world, and stands at the heart of the furniture industry. There is significant interest in the fair, which hosts buyer groups from many countries of Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

 

ISMOBImage courtesy of ISMOB

 

500 exhibitors and more than 1000 brands expand their business and explore new business opportunities thanks to ISMOB. Taking place on a total area of 72,500 m2, the fair serves as a display window by which Turkish brands present themselves. ISMOB brings together the furniture industry with a different concept every year, and offers new privileges to its participants.

 ISMOBImage courtesy of ISMOB

 

While the sales of furniture companies lacking the unity of a concept cause difficulties in logistics in many countries, Turkish companies offer dining room, bedroom, living room etc. concepts under a single brand, which also allows shipping a showroom of products in a single container. This, in turn, reduces costs for exporting companies. In this sense, ISMOB is a great opportunity to introduce the Turkish Furniture style and concept unity.

 

PlaceTüyap İstanbul Fair and Congress Center 
January 10-15, 2017

 

more. ismob.com

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