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Christmas 2015


Cracking


Christmas ideas


molten wonky


The displays are up, Christmas lights are being switched on in


towns across the country and it won’t be long before it’s time for the nation’s retailers to start thinking about Christmas


2015! Trade show organisers at home


and abroad are gearing up for January editions with thousands of suppliers promising


brand new, exciting product for next year. This may be the busiest time of the year for those of you


behind the counter but it’s also time to consider all the buying opportunities ahead. Add new shows to your traditional buying calendar and discover fresh inspiration. (See Jenny Spivey’s advice on shopping the shows on Page 18). For ‘Seasonal decoration at its


best’ Christmasworld in Frankfurt offers product for all festive occasions in the year but focuses particularly on Christmas. A spokesman said: “Here you’ll find outstanding inspirations right at the start of the business year as well as opportunities to forge valuable new contacts.”


16 Giftware & Home Review November / December 2014 Expect stunning displays, great trend advice and guided


show tours, business seminars, awards, floral demonstrations, visual merchandising and lighting, ribbons and wrapping, Asian Christmas decorations – the list is endless with more than 900-plus exhibitors from 39 countries. Eva Olbrich,


Christmasworld director said: “The show unites business and emotion. Thanks to the range of decorative product visitors come to place orders. Additionally, our


‘uniting business and emotion’


Christmasworld trend 2015 - Weird Diary


comprehensive programme of events is a source of valuable ideas and new impulses for a busy festive season – not just at Christmas but throughout the year.”


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