Behnam Ghasemi / Kohan Textile Journal
Trade fairs are consistently one of the most important locations for business interactions, which greatly boost a company’s sales and exports. However, some exhibitions serve as more than just a venue for important commercial meetings; they also define the major themes and fashions for the year and, in some ways, shape the entire field of that industry.
One of these shows, which serves as both a trade fair and a global representation of the home textile sector, is the Heimtextil Frankfurt home textile exhibition.
Below, we’ve listed the top seven reasons for attending the Heimtextil in Frankfurt.
1. The Convergence of the Worlds of Design, Pattern, and Color
The Heimtextil is the most attractive trade show in the textile industry because it is vibrant and patterned. More than 2000 manufacturers, designers, and brands from around the world exhibit their most recent collections and designs at the Heimtextil Exhibition.
It provides an opportunity for traders, merchants, foreign customers, and suppliers to quickly learn about the most significant market trends, colors, and designs in various countries worldwide. Additionally, they are given this opportunity to accurately identify their market and purchasing strategies and start direct bilateral trade discussions with producers.
2- Prominent International Participation of Designers and Creative Studios
Among the few commercial fabric exhibitions worldwide where designers have a significant influence is the Heimtextil Fair in Frankfurt. Additionally, there are a lot of exhibitors from the home textile design, fabric, and textile industries.
Ask the businesses at the Heimetextil Design Hall for guidance on the top-selling goods and designs if you’re seeking the most recent and in-demand designs and market trends.
Especially in the vast and diverse home textile business, design is unquestionably one of the most crucial components of any industry.
3- A Top-Tier Professional Association
Every visitor’s work will be made easier by the ideal organization, following the rigorous expectations of the Frankfurt Exhibitions Company (Messe Frankfurt) and the halls’ obvious and practical division, ensuring that your stay is successful and pleasurable.
If you’re going to this fantastic event for the first time, be sure you know why you want to participate before going. Make a thorough list of the businesses and individuals you need to contact so you will stay aware of the exhibition’s maze of halls and booths.
Use the hall pamphlets and instructions in the exhibition’s hallways to learn about shortcuts and quick and easy access points so you may save time.
4- Comfortable Sleeping with Heimtextil
Heimextil is particularly concerned about your sleep, so every year, a separate and well-attended section of the Heimextil show is devoted to advancements and comfortable sleep technologies.
The three basic requirements of humans may have been food, clothes, and shelter up until a few years ago, but with the advancement of cultures, particularly in Europe and America, dwelling and clothing are no longer essentials. Sleeping comfortably ranks third in importance among today’s human needs, behind eating well and exercising, according to European specialists participating at the Frankfurt Home Textile Exhibition.
Sleep is so essential that many believe it is the secret to good health, relaxation, and professional success. It is particularly true for the modern industrial and confused man, for whom sound sleep is unavoidable. The efficiency of the immune system and brain is directly increased by adequate sleep.
One in three persons in Germany suffers from a sleep disturbance or problem, which is a highly important issue, according to a study done in Germany by the Forsa Institute.
5- All the Yearly Patterns in One Image
Visiting the Heimtextil Expo in Frankfurt can help you stay current in your field, which is manufacturing home textile textiles products. The most recent innovations, colors, collections, and industry trends are showcased in this event.
Attending this event will allow you to quickly assess the upcoming year’s fashion trends and appropriately alter your shopping, selling, or producing plans.
You can determine which direction the market will slant in the upcoming year by looking at the Most important manufacturers and international brands and the key innovators in the home textile production industry.
It has been conceivable to spot trends unique to various areas and continents of the world thanks to the presence of more than 2000 exhibitors from around the globe, particularly the leading countries in the home textile industry like Turkey, Egypt, India, Pakistan, Germany, China, Portugal, Spain, etc. It is a significant potential for businesses’ marketing, market expansion, and research & development departments.
6- Take the Sustainability Train
As you are aware, the global textile industry is currently engaged in a debate about sustainable and green production due to the growing tendency of customers and manufacturers to do so. Since the textile sector is one of the most polluting in the world, sustainability is essential.
Numerous businesses worldwide will exhibit their most recent works and products in sustainable manufacturing at this year’s Heimtextil Expo in Frankfurt, which will undoubtedly be noted. Most of the budget will go into creating new collections using only recyclable home textiles and fibers.
Additionally, several activities—including lectures, workshops, and other events—will be organized in conjunction with the exhibit emphasizing eco-friendly and sustainable products.
At the Heimtextil Exhibition in Frankfurt, you can meet several businesses and organizations that specialize in authorizing textile standards and certificates for the manufacturing of recycled and sustainable products. These organizations can assist your brand or factory with buying, selling, producing, and, in general, they can offer advice on the complete process of sustainable production in the home textile industry.
Statistics show that more than 95% of textile products that are thrown away as home or industrial waste or end up in landfills can be recycled. Unfortunately, only 15% of it is recycled globally and back into the consumption circle.
Knowing that each kilo of cotton requires approximately 16,000 liters of water to produce may help us appreciate the significance of greener production and recycling. If we can generate one kilo of cotton from recyclable textile materials, we will give the environment 16,000 liters of water.
7- Schopenhauer and Goethe’s Hometown
The ranking of the best cities in the world to live in includes Frankfurt at number seven. Frankfurt is one of Germany’s most economically significant cities, and numerous enterprises have established themselves there.
Frankfurt boasts stunning natural surroundings, and the city’s center is home to a sizable forest. The “Stadtwald” is the biggest city forest in the world, covering an area of 3866 hectares.
The Commerzbank Tower, 258 meters high and used for commercial offices, is one of Germany’s tallest skyscrapers. This skyscraper is the same height as 52 giraffes put together.
Since its founding in 1997, Commerzbank Tower has grown to become the second-largest bank in Germany.
Frankfurt enjoys a strong economy, which has led to a rise in immigration in recent years. Statistics show that more than 28% of Frankfurt’s population comprises immigrants.
The famous German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer and one of the greatest writers in history, Johann Wolfgang Goethe, are just two examples of the great writers and philosophers Germany has produced.
Frankfurt Airport is the biggest airport in Germany and the fourth-largest airport in all of Europe. It employs more than 75,000 people. Every year, more than 60 million people use this airport. More than 2 million tons of cargo are transported during the year on more than 460,000 flights from Frankfurt Airport.
Frankfurt is renowned as an exhibiting city! This city hosts more than 30 industrial exhibits each year. The automotive, book and music fairs are a few of the others held in Frankfurt. Millions of people visit Frankfurt each year to attend these events, which affect the world.
An internationally unique platform for home and contract textiles: from January 10 to 13, 2023, the next Heimtextil will present a global range of product innovations in textile interior design. As the leading global trade fair, it also maps market changes with its focus themes on the Interior. Architecture. Hospitality, the range of products for interior designers and hospitality experts, and on the megatrends of sustainability and healthy sleep – and is the most important trend platform for textile materials and textile design.