Today saw the closing ceremony for 'Heimtextil' in the German city of Frankfurt am Main. This is the biggest international household, decoration and textile trade fair and it took place from 8 to 11 January.
'Heimtextil' is the first fair of the year for the sector and the coming novelties and trends for 2019 were all on display. 'Heimtextil' brings together designers, retailers, wholesalers, decoration and furniture shops, interior designers, architects and, for example, hotel suppliers, a mix of new faces and those who have already made it. In addition, the new space 'Towards Utopia' has been used to display the trends for 2019/2020.
Bergner Europe was one of the most visited exhibitors, seeing the signing of numerous sales contracts. Many people came to the Bergner Europe stand to see what was on offer from the firm and its new brand 'La Maison 1975'. This proved to be a wide range of innovative and diverse household textiles, featuring a variety of textile, colour, materials and prints.
Bergner Europe is making a clear commitment to the textile area by strengthening the production facilities in its factory in Mumbai. The company continues to grow and consolidate its position as a leading company for household goods Europe-wide.
Bergner continues to ponder the international markets, opting for innovation and new channels. All of this is being done while maintaining the group's attention focused firmly on the client and their needs. The campaign is designed to continue growing the company as a result of financial liquidity and a highly professional and motivated team.