!!! Important !!! The 2020 edition of Salone Internazionale del Mobile has been officially cancelled by the organisers due to coronavirus.
Salone Internazionale del Mobile – A Brief Introduction
Salone Internazionale del Mobile is the definitive furniture trade fair in the world that’s been a staple in the business calendar in Milan, Italy for decades on end. There’s no higher honor than to be featured along the best and biggest names in the furnishing sector here. Six days in total take for the event to run its course and in that time, exhibitors see an incredible lineup of buyers and visitors.
Spare yourself the effort of making hotel reservations for the Salone Internazionale del Mobile on your own and leave your professional accommodation for trade fairs to GETA ltd. We have partnerships with a range of hotels in Milan that allow us to meet all your specifications. You want to cut down on commuting time and expenses? We book an affordable hotel near Fiera Milano. You want to see the sights? No problem. A central location with superior connections to public transport is well within our ability.
Why Your Visit Is Worth It
You won’t get a better return on investment than to exhibit at this international trade fair than at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile. There’s a reason it’s hailed as the biggest of its kind. Let’s consult the numbers and you’ll see that you simply must attend:
- 2400+ international exhibitors showcased at the event;
- 370,000+ international visitors from 180+ countries made the trip;
- 210,000+ square metres of exhibition space used.
Salone Internazionale del Mobile has deep roots in the Italian furniture industry as it was first engineered to highlight Italian design and manufacturing, but has since its inception in 1961 become the global leader for the industry. It’s now a magnet for foreign brands to showcase their collections and garner the attention of major buyers. Fiera Milano serves as host to this trade fair every single year. The exhibitions space is blocked off into three broader display categories, which are Classic, Design and xLux furniture. The product portfolio is incredibly detailed with the inclusion of beds, mattresses, upholstered furniture, interiors for bedrooms, interior for dining rooms and living rooms, children’s furniture, rush and rattan garden furniture, wardrobes and hall furniture.
Who Are You Going to Meet There?
Salone Internazionale del Mobile admits both industry insiders and members of the general public, but that latter group is not as prevalent, clocking in somewhere around 27,500 only during the weekend. The rest of the event is open to professionals only and from that number close to 70% are foreign nationals. The strongest representation comes from European countries like France, Germany, the UK, the Netherlands and Poland, but there’s a strong, emerging presence from East Asia, Northern Africa and the Americas.
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