Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair reports a successful fair

Published on : Wednesday, February 24, 2016

stockholm furniture fairAlmost 40,000 visitors were seen at this year’s Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, making it one of the best ever editions. The event that took place from February 9 to 13, offered a lot of inspiration, news and business deals for the exhibitors and buyers.

 
Of the Fair’s more than 700 exhibitors, 300 companies came from 32 different countries. One in every four visitors to Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair came from abroad this year. The number of visits from abroad exceeded 10,000, which is an increase from the previous year. Visitors represented about 60 countries and most visits were made from Norway (2,403), Finland (1,499), Denmark (1,327) and Germany (669).

 
Cecilia Nyberg, Project Area Manager of Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, said, “We’re delighted with all the praise for this year’s fair and that we’ve advanced our position in the international arena as the world’s largest meeting place for Scandinavian design. The fact that the Fair is attracting an increasing number of strong brands is further evidence of this.”

 
Tommy Rothoff who is the Vice President of Sales for Republic of Fritz Hansen, shared his experience commenting, “These have been some fantastic days filled with many exciting meetings and the reactions to our exhibits have exceeded all our expectations. I’m positively surprised to see so many architects here. The fair gets high marks for this and it underlines that choosing Stockholm as the premiere arena for the modernized Republic of Fritz Hansen was a successful decision.”

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