The World Furniture Outlook Seminar at IIDEXCanada 2016 | A Global Research Survey
In the competitive marketplace of corporate interiors, understanding the shifting trends affecting global markets and workplace requirements demands considerable expertise.
At IIDEXCanada 2016 (November 30th - December 1st - Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building) visitors can join the “World Furniture Outlook: A Global Research Survey” Seminar (November 30, 2016, h 09:00 - 10:00 CEU: 0.1 IDCEC: Pending; OAA Continuing Education), an overview of the world furniture market status and forecasts based on CSIL analysis and presented by Alessandra Tracogna, Director of Country Analysis and Forecasts Unit at CSIL, aiming to identify developments in the furniture sector, market opportunities, and to highlight effective strategies in the global furniture scenario.
Alessandra Tracogna is responsible of the global reports on the wood and furniture sectors. Her research experience includes the design and management of a large database of sectoral data for over 70 countries as well as coordination of field research, through extensive surveys, case studies analysis and company profiling.
She manages and coordinate the working team developing researches for the furniture industry in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Pacific and Middle East. She carries out market and competitiveness analysis and consultancy for wood and furniture related project, interacting with sector companies and leading international bodies.
World Furniture Outlook: A Global Research Survey
Wednesday, November 30, 2016, h 09:00 - 10:00
IDCEC: Pending; OAA Continuing Education
IIDEXCanada is Canada’s National Design + Architecture Exposition & Conference co-presented by IDC, Interior Designers of Canada and RAIC, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. The annual show focuses on all areas of design including workplace, healthcare, hospitality, retail, residential, education, architecture, landscape architecture, lighting and sustainability, wellness and accessibility.
IIDEXCanada is part of The Buildings Show which includes Construct Canada, PM Expo Toronto, World of Concrete Pavilion, HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo, and The Real Estate Forum Toronto. The Buildings Show attracts 1,600 exhibitors, world-class keynotes, 500 speakers, 350 seminars and tours, and 30,000 Canadian and International trade attendees including interior designers, architects, property managers, landscape architects, facility managers, builders, developers, real estate, suppliers, government, media, creative thinkers and corporate clients.
Wednesday November 30 - Thursday December 1, 2016
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building