TrendSet shows hot stylish products for the coming year

On 5 January 2014, TrendSet—International Consumer Goods Trade Fair for Lifestyle, is opening the trade fair year. Three days long, during the best possible dates; namely, from Sunday, 5 January over the German/Austrian public holiday to Monday and including Tuesday, 7 January, everything in Munich will revolve around the trends and new products for the coming spring and summer season 2014.

In the dead of winter, the Munich Trade Fair Center (Messe München) will erupt into a colourful symphony of spring. Over 2,500 international brands and collections from nearly 40 countries will be available to experience firsthand—the highlights and latest products for beautiful living both indoors and outdoors, along with practical and elegant goods for the kitchen, dining area, bath, and office, complemented by wonderful ideas for giving and decorating. In short, the full range of variety from 14 living and lifestyle areas will be on display.

Famous names, large importers, and new discoveries

TrendSet is the largest exhibition of its kind in the southern German-speaking region. Big brands and importers from the industry regularly present their latest products and trends at TrendSet; for example, Broste, Denk, Florex, Gmundner Keramik, IB Laursen, Konert, Lang Kunstgewerbe, Leonardo, Opidecor (formerly Drescher), PAD, Räder, reisenthel, and Saremo Metalldesign, to name only a few of the known names. The list of exhibitors at TrendSet Winter 2014 also includes the following: Badewanne, daff Filzprodukte, Donkey Products, the Häfft Verlag, Kunstgewerbe Gehlmann, Medusa, Seltmann Weiden, and Stabilo. For years now, young and expanding companies both within and outside of Germany have also been taking advantage of TrendSet's prominence to introduce their companies and products to the trade and to make contacts within the industry. Many of them start their careers at TrendSet's Newcomer Area.

The fair of short distances

The attendee survey at TrendSet 2013 has confirmed: TrendSet has won over visitors from the trade through its well thought-out structuring into product groups and through the clear way visitors can get around at the fair. These features allow visitors from the trade to gain an overview of what is available on offer quickly and easily, and to place their orders conveniently. TrendSet is continuing to optimize its successful concept. In 2014, the fair will begin a new constellation of halls. Starting in January 2014, TrendSet visitors will find new products and trends for beautiful living indoors and outdoors (Furniture, Lamps, Home Textiles; Bath, Fragrances, Wellness; Floristry, Leisure, Garden) in Halls A1 through A3. Wonderful ideas for giving and decorating (Gifts, Fun, Souvenirs; Decorations, Christmas, Festive Decor; Design, Accessories, Lifestyle) can be found mainly in Halls B1 and B2. Hall B3 is devoted to the kitchen and dining area. This is where attendees will find exhibitors concerned with Glass, Porcelain, Ceramics and Kitchen, Household, Gourmet. The most exciting and latest products for handicrafts and toys, along with beautiful and useful products for the office, can be found in Hall B4 (Hobby, Arts & Crafts; Toys, Papeterie; Office, School, Stationery). Jewellery, Timepieces, Gems are being presented in Hall B1; Bags, Suitcases, Leather Goods in Hall A2. Accessories, Fashion Jewellery and Beauty products will be presented by bijoutex exhibitors in Halls A5 and A6.

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