Christmasworld, Floradecora, Creativeworld and Paperworld – the exhibition dream team for the start of the season

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Doors will be opening to this quartet of trade fairs open on 27 January until 31?January 2017 in Frankfurt am Main. The combination of these shows will give added value helping buyers and retailers broaden their horizons for success in business. Buyers can discover new product ideas and innovations at these world-class consumer goods trade fairs helping retailers get trade off to a perfect start in the business year. Christmasworld is the world?s most important order venue for the international decoration and festive articles sector, whilst Floradecora will premi?re in its own hall (27 – 30?January) offering buyers fresh flowers, plants and flower arrangements ? at an ideal time at the beginning of the year.

Additional product ranges and niche items are often the driving force for specialist retailers today. They want to offer their customers ?something special? so that they stand out from their competitors and the large chain stores. What is more, there is a trend nowadays towards making shopping as easy as possible for customers and offering them a superior product range.

From 27?to 31?January 2017, retailers and buyers will find an unparalleled breadth and depth of exactly the right products in Frankfurt am Main: Christmasworld, Floradecora, Paperworld and Creativeworld will combine to make up a quartet of fairs that is not to be found anywhere else in the world. In 17 exhibition halls, visitors will be able to broaden their horizons with a wide variety of inspirational ideas from the individual sectors and product segments.

At Christmasworld, it will be all about seasonal and festive decorations, all in six exhibition levels in Halls 8, 9, 11 and the Galleria. At the new Floradecora trade fair in Hall 11.1, things will be colourful and floral: this is where the focus will be on fresh flowers and plants as a complement to seasonal decorations. Paperworld will be showcasing all kinds of paper, office supplies and stationery products in seven exhibition levels in Halls 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6. In two exhibition levels in Hall 4, and Creativeworld will be showcasing everything to do with creative arts & crafts, materials for hobbies, and artists? requisites.

All four shows will present a range of innovations, products, services, and trends unparalleled anywhere else in the world, along with its inspiring complementary programme. This is what makes a trip to Frankfurt ? situated in the heart of Europe ? worthwhile in more ways than one.

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