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Spotlight on furniture and contract & hotel renovation at Hábitat 2024

'Expectations for 2024 are optimistic.' Feria Valencia is bringing international offerings together at the same time, covering all facets of interiors. From September 30 to October 3, 2024, a new edition of Feria Hábitat València, TEXTILHOGAR Home Textiles Premium and Espacio Cocina SICI will be held simultaneously. Both the furniture, lighting and decoration event and the home textiles event repeat their joint celebration for the third time, while the furniture and kitchen equipment event returns to this unified exhibition showcase.

A show that, based on the profiles of the exhibitors booking space, will see the spotlight fall very significantly on all forms and styles of furniture, according to the event's director, Daniel Marco. '2024 is without a doubt going to be the year that buyers will be treated to the biggest and most varied offering of furniture. Tables, chairs, living room suites, bedrooms, wardrobes, etc… and of all kinds, from modern and contemporary to designer and the most cutting edge,' Marco explains.

What has brought about this expanded offering? According to the fair's director, 'We are getting new exhibitors signing up with this category of product, it is something that visiting professionals themselves were asking for. You also need to bear in mind that this year, as well as the Hábitat offering, Espacio Cocina SICI will be running alongside, showcasing a vast offering of kitchen furniture.'

Habitat 2024 also focuses on contract and hotel renovation. Daniel Marco indicated that this will be another of the major themes of this next edition of Hábitat. 'We are going to take a punt on the contract sector playing a major role as well as the traditional offering of furniture for the home, especially the panoply of items deployed in refurbishing hotels and hospitality venues,' he said. In his view it is about responding to the needs of a segment of the industry that demands highly specialised services. 'Tourism, leisure and catering are the sectors driving our economy. Many of these businesses are in the process of refurbishing their premises and what specifiers need from trade fairs such as Hábitat is to be able to find suppliers for their projects,' Marco explains.

To cater for this demand, Feria Hábitat València will be incorporating content relating specifically to the hotel and hospitality business in the programme of talks and activities being planned. According to the fair's director, 'At the last edition of the fair we had the heads of major hotel chains and interior designers who specialise in this area. It was a great success and we will build on that for 2024, so that we offer our visitors content that is both very specific and of interest to their sector.'

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