Published on : Tuesday, December 15, 2015
The 2016 edition of Ambiente, one of the world’s leading international trade fair for products for the table, kitchen and household, gift articles, jewellery, wellness and fashion requisites, as well as decorative products, interior design concepts and furnishing accessories is scheduled for 12 to 16 February at Frankfurt, Germany.
Companies such as Graeff, Hurom, Jupiter, Kitchenaid, Ritterwerk, Unold and Vitamix represent the small electrical appliances sector who will be exhibiting at Ambiente again after last year. Other exhibitors, such as Bianco di Puro and Nivona, are showing their products from this field for the first time at Ambiente. A total of 65 exhibitors are ready to present their product highlights in the 2016 show. The popularity enjoyed by this fair among the exhibitors is due to the high degree of internationality at Ambiente, which reaches over 50 percent on the visitor side.
Ambiente Director for the Dining section, Thomas Kastl said, “I am very pleased with the positive echo from our exhibitors, who have been taking part in Ambiente for many years. Our exhibitors have the opportunity to make international business contacts and to present their product highlights for the season successfully in a premium, lifestyle-oriented setting. Hence, Ambiente offers the trade optimum conditions for rounding off their assortments”
At Ambiente, exhibitors can be sure of reaching attractive groups of buyers from all over the world who are also interested in ordering small electrical appliances as supplementary products for the glass, porcelain and ceramic segment. The timing of the fair, at the beginning of the year, is ideal for buyers to give bulk orders for the whole year. With increasing emphasis of lifestyle orientation in the kitchen segment, there has been an upsurge in interest in high-grade products and innovations in the field of small electrical appliances. These exhibits will be showcased to international market leaders from the kitchen and household sectors with a high level of decision-making authority.