This year from April 26-28, Messe Frankfurt and Inexmoda will open doors to Heimtextil Colombia in South America.
Heimtextil is the industry’s most important global event for interior textiles, interior design, and interior trends, and the biggest international trade fair for home and contract textiles.
Messe Frankfurt, the world’s largest trade fair, congress, and event organizer has licensed the Heimtextil brand to Inexmoda, a private non-profit institute based in Colombia and owner of the most important textile and fashion trade shows in Latin America.
At this event, trends and innovations for the most attractive categories in the Americas such as smart bedding, bath fashion, carpets and rugs, wall decoration, decorative fabrics, contract textiles, and the hospitality business will show.
With new products and trends, it kicks off the upcoming season and gives important impulses to both exhibiting companies as professional visitors and decision-makers from all over the world.
On the other hand, the event has especially focused on contract textiles, which are increasingly attractive to an extremely interested audience of architects, interior designers, object planners, and hospitality experts that are constantly demanding textiles with functional practices in the world.
Besides that, In Russia (Heimtextil Russia), Shanghai (Intertextile Shanghai), New York (Home and Textile Sourcing), and Tokyo (Interior Lifestyle Tokyo), Messe Frankfurt has created a network of trade fairs in different countries of the world in response to the rising market opportunities.
Also, Heimtextil Colombia is meant to cover the Americas which represents high potential in the world market.
As well Messe Frankfurt and Inexmoda are targeting Colombia as a business platform for the home, furnishings, hospitality business, and further textile-related products that will gather both top-of-the-line exhibitors, and professional buyers from the region.
Noticeably the development of tourism and mobility in the Americas has driven a surprising increase in the demand for hospitality services and boosted construction rates.
Also, by creating new opportunities for companies and professional buyers in these categories, they will be able to meet at Heimtextil Colombia.
The show is expected to receive 110 exhibitors from countries such as Portugal, Spain, Colombia, Italy, Turkey, India, and France.
And it will host visitors from the Americas, especially from the US, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, and Colombia amongst others.