Outdoor & Leisure Products Fair expands in China

Runs concurrently with the China International Furniture Fair

China’s International Outdoor & Leisure Products Fair will be held March 18-21, at the China Import and Export Fair Pazhou Complex in Guangzhou.
To be held concurrently with the ever-growing China International Furniture Fair, the Outdoor & Leisure show extends CIFF’s interior furniture theme to exterior items by displaying the outdoor fashion and lifestyle of Asia.  
Driven by wealth and healthy living in recent years, the outdoor furniture and home items sector in China has developed as a powerful player, with export to the United States, Europe and the Middle East increasing approximately 30% each year.  
Taking advantage of more than 100,000 customer resources accumulated and high-quality services maturated in the last 10 years of CIFF, Outdoor & Leisure Guangzhou will create a convenient trading platform through the display of indoor and outdoor living products, and by offering professional services for furniture manufacturers and buyers worldwide. 
For years, CIFF (Guangzhou) has been known as “Asia’s Furniture Sourcing Center.” With two phases respectively held March 18-21 and March 27-30, 2008, CIFF will grow to more than 450,000 square meters.
For more information, visit www.outdoor.fairwindow.com or www.ciff-gz.com.

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