Key players in the nonwovens industry will have to wait until October 19th to October 22nd to participate in the 2021 edition of Index due to Switzerland’s current COVID-19 situation October and will be hybrid. The live trade show will still be held at the Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland, guided by state-of-the-art hygiene and safety standards.
A Brief Overview of index
index launches global trends for textiles encompassing a rich variety of fabrics and home textiles alike as showcased by leading and emerging international exhibitors. The international exhibition is taking the stage in Geneva, Switzerland and programming lasts for four days. Audience numbers represent the entire spectrum of the nonwovens industry, making it one of the go-to events for you as a brand.
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Why Your Visit Is Worth It
Because index is a tightly specialized event for nonwoven textiles, you showcase in a small and focused pool of exhibitors. At the same time visitors are in the thousands, which make the ratio in your favor in increasing your client list and landing lucrative deals for the year. Take a look:
- 660+ international exhibitors from 41 countries took the stage;
- 12,000+ international trade visitors from 100 countries made the journey;
- 55,000 square metres of exhibition space used.
index first entered the scene of the nonwovens industry in 1973 and the trade show is spaced at three-year intervals, which allows exhibitors and organizers to create a completely different event single time. What makes index so popular is the commitment to innovation and the fact it offers an exact snapshot of the industry and the multiple sectors across the processing chain. These are filtration; geotextiles and civil engineering; hygiene and cleaning; medical infection prevention; transportation and packaging. Within these sectors, there’s much to discover such as raw materials for nonwovens, spunlaid, superabsorbents, nonwoven machinery, binders, chemicals, composites, nonwoven converting machinery and waste handling equipment. We want to point you towards the additional training opportunities, tutorials and conferences that are part of the shows’ DNA.
Who Are You Going to Meet?
Exhibitors cover the full spectrum of the nonwoven industry – producers, converters, raw materials suppliers and machinery manufacturers. All these come with the intention of showcasing their best products and latest innovations that give them a competitive edge. The object is not only to show where the industry is heading, but also grow their market share and create name recognition. This attracts professionals that work both in technical and non-technical capacities at the highest levels.