COLOGNE, Germany—Organizers for imm cologne , the international furnishings show scheduled for Jan. 18-23, are reporting a good response from vendors planning to exhibit at the event.
More than 70 percent of the scheduled space has already been booked, the company said in a press release.
“The current level of bookings looks very promising,” said Gerald Bose, chief executive officer of Koelnmesse. “We’ve got a lot more exhibitors and space under contract than at the same point in the run up to the previous event. In some segments, the available space is pretty much sold out.”
New for this year’s event is LivingKitchen, which focuses on household appliances and kitchen furniture.
“The LivingKitchen finally offers Germany a kitchen forum of world standing and the highest level of appeal for the trade, hobby cooks, gourmands, technology fans and interior design lovers,” Koelnmesse said in a press release.