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IFFS/AFS witnesses participation of 423 companies
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Mar '16
Courtesy: IFFS
Courtesy: IFFS
The ongoing International Furniture Fair Singapore 2016 / 33rd ASEAN Furniture Show (IFFS/AFS) is witnessing participation of 423 companies from 29 countries. The four-day event, scheduled to end on March 13, is open for trade professionals of interior design, furnishing industries and furniture all across the globe.

The fair presents different feature areas to elevate design and encourage inspiration in line with the edition’s theme ‘celebrate inspiration’. The fair along with co-located events the ‘Décor Show’ and ‘furniPRO Asia’, is offering visitors a supreme range of exhibits and services.

These events are featuring a comprehensive range of furnishing, decorative accessories, interiors, furniture and fittings by a diverse portfolio of quality exhibitors, as well as offer an unmatched outreach and access to the latest technological machinery development to the highly dynamic market, and attract a healthy and well-represented attendance of trade buyers and visitors from the entire value chain.

“While the show has always been design-led, we saw the need to take this to the next level. Our goal is to be a platform that facilitates business discussions, highlights the latest trends in design, and engages the imagination,” said Ernie Koh, chairman of IFFS.

The organisers made an announcement at the IFFS opening ceremony of the fair that the ‘Décor Show’ would undergo a rebranding exercise to become ‘Nook Asia’ next year, evolving to keep abreast with the industry’s needs. (NA)

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