A comprehensive picture of the global mattress sector, through historical series of basic data (production, consumption, imports and exports for the time series 2011-2020), mattress market development up to 2022, international trade flows, country analysis, detailed profiles of the leading manufacturers, list of other key players including retailers and suppliers.more
Profiles of 85 cities worldwide (ranked according to their business attractiveness) with a selection of economic and demographic indicators, and estimates and forecasts of the potential market for kitchen furniture. Analysis of the geographical presence of a selected sample of 100 brands, with a focus on kitchen furniture outletsmore
World furniture consumption recorded an unprecedented decrease in 2020. E-commerce showed an opposite trend, with the global value of furniture sold online reaching a double-digit increase.
1,000 participants from 44 countries, 54 exhibitors from 8 countries and more than 2,600 video meetings. This is how to summarize business meetings of Meble Polska 2021
A huge, innovative, progressive, and futuristic event. The only one in the world that gathers the entire furniture sector under one roof
E-commerce and boxed mattresses are changing the major global mattress markets, resulting in different performances across the world.
The rapid development of the home office furniture segment is among the opportunities for manufacturers generated in these challenging times of pandemic.
The office furniture sector is facing the consequences of the pandemic. Strong change of habits and people's adaptation to new circumstances, spaces, and technology, forced sector companies to operate some changes.
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CURRENT ISSUE: SCENARIO: Italy, Brazil, Mexico, Europe | PROFILES: HI-MACS, Puricelli, BAM, Zambaiti, Catas, FSC | FOCUS: European office furniture. Wood-based panels; World upholstered furniture. World mattress industry; US lighting market. Lighting in hospital environs; Company profiles. Recovery and the supply chain | STORYTELLING: Flos bespoke for the Bourse de Commerce Paris