Aug 7, 2009
Christmasworld Prepares for Upcoming Festive Season

From Jan. 29 to Feb. 2, Christmasworld – The World of Event Decoration at the Frankfurt Exhibition Centre, will be a platform for the decorations sector to place its orders for the new products and trends of the coming festive season. The world’s leading trade fair for festive decorations offers products for all festive occasions of the year and is once again expecting some 1,000 exhibitors from all over the world.

“The number of applications looks very healthy,” said Jutta Baumann, director of Christmasworld. “Six months before the start, we have rented some 50,000 square metres and the new Hall 11 is also being very well received.”

Some brands that will be present include Papstar, Botanic Haus, DPI, Festive Productions, Gilde Handwerk, Gisela Graham, Inge’s Christmas Decor, Krebs Glas Lauscha, Kopschitz and MK Illuminations.

The trend show in Hall 9 will offer guidance to buyers in finding one’s way around the multitude of products at Christmasworld, as well as valuable information about the trendiest colors, shapes and materials for the 2010/2011 season.

The design team from design consultants bora.herke will orchestrate four themes “Authentic”, “Optimistic”, “Eccentric” and “Graphic” in four thematic “worlds” with products from the exhibitors at the trade fair. With these, they offer practical information and inspiration and demonstrate which products go particularly well together.

Every day at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., the designers will offer a talk followed by a guided tour through the trend show. In addition, “The spirit of celebration”- a succession of events where every year a different nation presents the festivals that are typical of their country – will demonstrate the wide range of international customs and traditions. This year will feature Italy, with Carnival Time in Venice taking center stage.

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