Heimtextil is a crucial international trade for the interior decoration industry, where trade visitors and major buyers are able to peruse the styles and trends of home textiles and fabrics to come out during the year. Dating back to 1971, Heimtextil has certainly managed to outgrow its first function as a market place. Instead now it’s a benchmark event that sets the standards for quality and how to manufacture fabrics. The product portfolio extends to furniture fabrics, leather, bed linen, table decoration, bedding, blankets, carpeting, carpets, curtains, sun protection systems, embroidery and wall coverings. You can’t expect a better start of the fiscal year than showcasing your lineup at the packed halls of Heimtextil.
As already mentioned, Heimtextil takes places at the start of the calendar year. It’s, in fact, one of the first events for the year organised at Messe Frankfurt, which is not only the host but the official organiser as well. The annual editions roll during the month of January, on average, and last for a total of four days. The doors are open to trade visitors from 09:00 am in the morning until 18:00 pm in the afternoon, though the last day wraps up an hour early at 17:00 pm. As with most German exhibition centres, there are many ways to reach Messe Frankfurt and visitors are able to use public transport free of charge. You have three transport options – a metro line (4), three suburban train lines (S3, S4 & S6) and two tram lines (16 & 17).
What Are People Saying?
- “Living, especially individual living, is very important – there are so many things to see at the fair and you can discover how to beautifully furnish your own living space.” – Enie van de Meiklokjes;
- “Visitors can benefit from new synergies, shorter distances and lots of furnishing inspiration.” – Detlef Braun, Member of the Executive Board;
- “Thanks to its optimised concept and the associated new layout, Heimtextil made it easier for visitors to benefit from valuable inspiration and business impulses on offer.” – Martin Auerbach, Managing Director of the Association of German Home Textiles Manufacturers
Audience & Statistics
Heimtextil sees a satisfactory turnout in terms of visitors – roughly 67,000 professionals from all over the world. That’s more than enough to see your products and place orders considering that there are a little over 3000 international exhibitors in total. That’s a good ratio to have. Who are the people who attend Heimtextil? The list is long – manufacturers, distributors, buyers, retailers, wholesalers, designers, furniture and bedding stores, interior decorators, interior architects, hotel outfitters and architects. After Germany, the countries with most visitors include China, Italy, UK, USA, Pakistan, Spain, France, Turkey and Netherlands. Close to 40% of visitors have the decisive power to make purchases, which is exactly what you’re looking for in the audience – the decision makers.
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