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HABITAT provides broader audience profile for Textilhogar

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May '08
The upcoming Textilhogar - at Feria Valencia from 23rd to 27th September - has already allocated 70% of the available space.

As from this year, Textilhogar will become part of the HABITAT VALENCIA set of exhibitions, which also includes the international furniture and lighting fairs.

The International Home and Decorative Textiles Fair is embarking upon an historic process by moving from January to September.

The reason behind the change is so that the fair can be a part of the biggest exhibition dedicated to the world of the home and contract furnishing. Textilhogar is thus taking a step toward the future, giving the textile industry new options.

Whilst there is a risk attached to the change, the companies involved also see it as a solution because it is an attempt to provide a better response to the market and draw a larger audience. To date, 70% of the exhibitors that took part in 2007 have re-booked for this year's show.

HABITAT VALENCIA will provide a broader audience profile for Textilhogar, with retailers, decorators, interior designers, contract specialists and upholstery users, along with others, also part of the target audience.

With the inclusion of Textilhogar, HABITAT VALENCIA is set to become a necessary resource for choosing products to use in home furnishing and decorating projects of all sizes.

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