The various facets of sustainability are the focus of the Ambiente, Christmasworld, and Creativeworld consumer-goods fairs. This is achieved both with the Ethical Style program, in which Christmasworld and Creativeworld exhibitors can now also participate, and with spots on the exhibition grounds, which put the spotlight on sustainable products in all their diversity.
Today, sustainability is a worldwide social and economic core topic with enormous reach and importance. More and more people are becoming more mindful and critical when shopping, are usually well informed, and ask about the origin, manufacturing conditions, as well as materials, and background of the products on offer. A growing number of suppliers are adapting to this - parallel to this, the Frankfurt consumer goods fairs are continuing to focus on the topic of sustainability. This includes Ambiente's tried and tested Special Interest Ethical Style, which will also be featured at the Christmasworld and Creativeworld trade fairs in 2023. "Each of our consumer-goods fairs has its aspects and focal points when it comes to sustainability. The Special Interest Ethical Style helps visitors to grasp this range in a more structured way and all its diversity. Where else, if not at trade fairs, can so many companies present their sustainable products and solutions to such an international audience at the same time?" says Julia Uherek, Head of Consumer Goods Fairs.
Ethical Style sports
Ethical Style draws attention to suppliers who make a special contribution to the field of sustainability. Every exhibitor at Ambiente, Christmasworld, and Creativeworld can apply for the programs.
In addition, for the first time, there will be four Ethical Style spots at the fair. The focus is always on the aspect of diversity in sustainability, which is implemented and shown by small companies as well as top brands in the industry. At the same time, it is encouraged to create a transfer of knowledge and to open up new business contacts for the visitors.
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