The global consumergoods platform, Ambient, has attracted new interest from the Great Britain as the 2017 edition of the fair is set to unveil unusual product ideas such as new talents areas, ethical style and fashion accessories.
The fair which holds between 10th -14th of February 2017, in Frankfurt, Germany, is expected to host no fewer than 4,367 exhibitors from 96 countries and 137,000 visitors from 143 countries .
The fair focuses on products in the line of table, kitchen and household, gift articles, jewelry and fashion requisites, as well as decorative products, interior design concepts and furnishing accessories.
Managing Director of Exhibition & Trade Fair Limited and representative of Messe Frankfurt Exhibition, Germany, Mrs. Omonigho Itoya, explained that the activity would further the consumer goods sector in Nigeria by offering visitors and exhibitors new innovations, products and opportunities.
Vice President of Ambiente, Nicolette Naumann ,added that “With significantly over 50 per cent of visitors coming from outside Germany, exhibitors at Ambiente can be sure of reaching multiple target groups from different parts of the world. This makes it the ideal platform for launching products or even whole product series onto the market.
“As a leading show for consumer goods, the fair would present the complete international spectrum of products for the tableware, furnishing and giving sectors. Buyers who are in search of original product ideas would find what they are looking for in the talents and next areas”
The organisers of the fair further explained that exhibitors at the dining section of the programme would include a prominent newcomer, Driade, a design laboratory that has developed into an Italian institution with Israeli label, Kisim, to present handbags, rucksacks and purses for the first time at the event.
Designers, Katharina Brand and Tzuri Gottlieb, who share a love of nature, and create light and design using tangible and natural materials would also be available at the event, the organiser further stated.