Ten leading companies – Cedon Museumshops, Charles +Marie, Design im Dorf, Donkey Products, Good Old Friends, Gift Company, Mark’s Europe, Paperproducts Design, Reisenthel Accessoies and Werkhaus – will demonstrate how products can be arranged effectively at the point-of-sale.
The presentation is located around a market place in Hall 11.1 and will thus promote an exchange of information and networking between buyers and exhibitors.
The ‘Village’ format is the result of an exhibitor initiative and has been developed together with Messe Frankfurt. “I expect the new joint presentation at Tendence will enable these companies to attract more attention than ever before. I also anticipate that, thanks to the catering facilities and the relaxation and action area, customers will feel very comfortable with us and want to stay longer, says Eva Danneberg, CEO of Werkhaus, which is part of the coming ‘Village’ presentation.
Tendence is Germany’s most international and biggest order fair for consumer goods in the second half of the year with an extensive range of products from the home, furnishing, decorating, gifts, jewellery and fashion accessory segments.
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