June 24-27, Frankfurt

EFSA presents exclusive Trend Showcase at Tendence

EFSA, the European Floral and Lifestyle Product Suppliers Association will present a unique trend showcase at the upcoming trade show Tendence from June 24 - 27 in Frankfurt.

For the first time a group of five EFSA Members will exhibit together in one area in Hall 8 surrounding the EFSA Pavilion, a dedicated area where visitors can experience the latest EFSA Trends on a 250 sqm space.

Designed and built by EFSA Member De Haan Group in cooperation with EFSA's creative partner Dedicated People, the showcase will give a preview of the official EFSA Trends Spring / Summer 2018. Visitors can experience the style, atmosphere, colours and materials in 4 different Trend Houses. The realistic complete settings are each about 12-15 sqm and will give a practical, target group-oriented inspiration to retailers and consumers.

An EFSA Trend folder will be available at the EFSA Pavilion in which the four themes are presented by means of key visuals and relevant text and colour information.

The whole area is made visible by EFSA branding and a distinct carpet surrounding the space. At the integrated EFSA lounge, visitors are welcome to rest and enjoy a refreshing drink.

"The new concept of the Tendence including the new fair date, a focus on international high volume buyers and the integration of outdoor products makes a participation for EFSA members attractive again", says Ulrike Ziegler, Spokes person of EFSA. "We are looking forward to offer visitors a first and exclusive preview on our upcoming trends". Participating members in the EFSA area are Capi Europe, Esschert Design, NDT, Ter Steege and Van der Leeden Mandwerk.

For more information:
P.O. Box 63052
1005 LB Amsterdam
The Netherlands

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