Anyone searching for unusual accessories shouldn’t miss the regional ordering days in Hamburg: From 12 to 14 January 2019 around 970 exhibitors will present retailers with an incomparable selection of items that are both beautiful and trendy. Nearly 170 exhibitors will be coming from outside Germany, particularly Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden. Retailers will find a large range of products within Style & Design, Home & Garden, Souvenirs, Gifts & Stationery and Jewellery & Fashion.
You can order, for instance, home accessories in popular themes and colours, gifts for children, beautiful stationery and notebooks, trendy jewellery and a wide variety of seasonal home accessories.
“Retailers will find that Nordstil is an ideal starting point for successful business. Here they can find a wide selection of products for the forthcoming spring and summer business – and indeed right at the beginning of the business year,” says Binu Thomas, head of Nordstil. “As before, it will be ‘Hamburg Ahoy’ for 78 of our member firms who will be presenting their latest collections at Nordstil – a major fixture in the trade fair calendar, and, for us as EVL exhibitors, an event that also opens doors to markets in northern Germany and Scandinavia. We are looking forward to Hamburg, Nordstil and, above all, to the many well-qualified trade visitors,” says Lars Adler, Chairman of EVL, the European Lifestyle Association.
New ideas to blow away the cobwebs – the complementary programme at Nordstil
Featuring numerous special sections and talks, the complementary programme at Nordstil has long been an indispensable success factor. The Nordstil Forum in Hall B1.0 consists of a wide-ranging programme of talks, providing plenty of unusual ideas for POS design. The forum, which has been so successful in the past, will again discuss burning issues for bricks-and-mortar shops during the three days of the trade fair. One major highlight which is always a special feature for anyone seeking inspiration is the Northern Lights area, now in Hall A3. About 40 creative companies will be showing their own special trend and design products, aimed at a young and ambitious audience. Eleven companies, one meeting point: The Village in Hall A4 is one of the first ports of call at Nordstil. One outstanding attraction will be a highly successful joint exhibition where handpicked manufacturers from Germany will present their latest collections in an inspiring product mix. The Buddelhelden (Bottle Heroes) will focus entirely on selling wines and spirits as a complementary product range. The area gives visitors the chance to sample the various products, to exchange ideas and to place orders.
Nordstil will be held from 12 to 14 January 2019.
Nordstil – regional ordering days in Hamburg
Nordstil is the regional ordering platform for the North. It features a wide product range, covering four segments: Home & Garden, Style & Design, Gifts & Stationery, and Jewellery & Fashion. Nordstil is the regional ordering platform for spring and summer business and then again for autumn, winter and Christmas business. It is aimed at northern distributors.
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Background information about Messe Frankfurt
Messe Frankfurt is the world’s biggest trade fair, convention and event organiser with its own premises. It employs a workforce of 2,500* at 30 sites and generates an annual revenue of around EUR 715* million. Thanks to far-reaching ties with the relevant sectors and an international sales network, the Group provides effective support for its customers and their business interests. By offering a wide range of services, both on site and online, Messe Frankfurt gives its global customers a consistently high level of flexible support in planning, organising and running their events. This wide range of services includes renting exhibition premises, trade fair construction and marketing, human resources and food services. The Group has its head office in Frankfurt am Main and is owned partly by the City of Frankfurt (60%) and partly by the State of Hesse (40%).
Further details from: www.messefrankfurt.de
* Provisional key figures for 2018