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Young companies to show textile developments at Heimtextil
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Surprising, individualistic and forward-looking: The forthcoming Heimtextil exhibition (8 to 11 January 2014) is set to feature refreshingly inspiring and innovative textile developments, presented by young companies.

This international trade fair for home and contract textiles has a special platform for start-up companies, putting the spotlight on the next generation of designers. Running under the heading New&Next, the newcomers’ platform will be full of creative product ideas for bathroom, bedroom and dining table textiles.

For several years now Heimtextil has provided special exhibition space for newcomers in Halls 8, 9 and 11. This has gradually developed into a major highlight within the trade fair programme. What makes New&Next so appealing is its exquisite array of highquality products and the new directions it sets in the home textile market.

“With this newcomers’ platform Heimtextil puts a special emphasis on highflyers and on the crystal-clear presentation of excellent designer products,” says Meike Kern, Director of Household Textiles at Heimtextil.

Strong presence of newcomers from Europe

Among the participating start-up companies are, in particular, a large number of European designers. They include Crishome Tex and Sirftex from Portugal, Colorkitchen and Lanui from Germany, Devine Marquise from Belgium and Orgamint from Latvia.

A fresh breeze will be added by Slowcolor from the United States. Equally impressive exhibitors will be Maison des Dunes from Morocco and the Leomax Cashmere Collection from the United Arab Emirates with their new, high-quality products.

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