furniPROAsia: a trade fair that in a few years has turned into an important point of reference in the Asian region for everything related to the production of furniture-design: from semi-finished products to technologies, from furniture components, to equipment, from mordants to functional and ornamental hardware. It will take place from 10 to 12 March 2016, in the Singapore Expo exhibition space and, for the first time, it was organized in conjunction with two other events: IFFS-International Furniture Fair Singapore and The Decor Show. It is undoubtedly a formidable synergy that will allow exhibitors and visitors to be protagonists of a complete showcase of the production chain in the furniture sector, from raw materials to finished furnishings.
In its third edition, furniPRO Asia strengthens its offer even more, proposing itself as the ideal site to bring together the main players of this macro-market, getting in-depth contact with new products, but above all trends. Dedicated to the novelties will be the "Innovation of Interiors", a special setting conceived at Interzum in Cologne by an expert like Sascha Peters, and introduced in a fair of the "Koelnmesse circuit" which will highlight the real innovations of this millennium, with focus on 3D printing, a technology that designers, planners, interior designers are observing with interest. Furthermore, the "Interior Designer Day" could not be missing, on 10 and 11 March, that is to say the days focused on networking between clients, designers and institutions interested in the most innovative and revolutionary things that will be presented and shown in Singapore. An important novelty relating to the third edition of furniPRO Asia is the Asean Exporters Pavilion, an exhibition space that will facilitate visiting operators to meet and discuss with the producers of this immense region in search of new business opportunities. Let's not forget that Singapore is one of the capitals of the new Asean Economic Community, starting this year. This is a free trade area that includes six hundred million consumers and a total GDP of about 2.4 trillion dollars.