Decorex Durban is not only considered the premier showcase of KwaZulu-Natal’s leading designers and a great place for consumers to pick up on new décor trends, but it is also the definitive destination for industry professionals to explore the very latest products and services, either in the sector relevant to their own business or across the entire design industry.
The exhibition takes place from 19-22 March 2015 at the Durban Exhibition Centre and gives both visitors and exhibitors the opportunity to discover national industry leaders and exciting new local players. On show are the very latest and best products, from fabrics, furnishings and décor accessories to bold new innovations in kitchens, bathrooms, technology and home DIY. Look out, too, for the 2015 Colour Forecast, presented by co-headline sponsor Plascon.
This year Decorex Durban is evocatively themed “The Home of the Great Idea”, and promises visitors a feast of useful takeaway ideas and inspiration.
Connecting designers with design lovers, Decorex Durban provides the ultimate platform for professionals to raise their brand’s awareness among the trade, as well as to sell directly to a consumer audience and forge new contacts with top industry figures.
The show gives interior designers, decorators, furniture and furnishing buying groups and retailers the opportunity to see and buy hundreds of new products, learn the latest industry developments and network with like-minded professionals, all under one roof.
In fact, research shows that 86% of the show’s trade visitors come specifically to find new products and services, while half of the attending trade buyers have sole purchasing responsibility and 40% share that responsibility jointly.
For exhibitors, not only does Decorex Durban create brand awareness and reinforce existing business relationships as well as customer loyalty, it also provides the opportunity to take advantage of the massive media exposure the show generates and, ultimately, to position oneself at the heart of an influential network of some of the country’s greatest designers, educators, entrepreneurs, retailers and thinkers.