The digital event platform will be open to all users 24 hours a day from the beginning of May until 3 months after the event.
On its virtual stages will feature the most exciting current trends and product innovations, highlighted by leading experts, and virtual exchange views on future topics in live talks. The topics range from printed furniture to the long-term impact of Covid-19 on the industry.
The digital trade fair offers participants all the advantages they have always been able to expect from Interzum: exchange and networking, tangible business opportunities, diverse inspiration from the industry’s future makers and trendsetters.
Companies such as Hettich, Häfele, Blum, Vauth-Sagel, Grass, Kesseböhmer, Schüco Alu Competence, Titus, Samet, Rehau, Hawa Sliding Solutions, Hailo, Agoform, Sugatsune, Mesan, Elektra, Halemeier, Schattdecor, Impress, Surteco, Continental, Unilin, Fantoni, Sonae Arauco, Senosan, 3B, Europlac, Leggett & Platt, Global Systems Group, Spühl, Masias, Fecken-Kirfel, Albrecht Bäumer, Vita Group and Boyteks have already confirmed their participation.
To familiarise visitors with the many possibilities of the digital platform, the show has the virtual Lobby, after logging in it acts as both the navigation centre to all other areas and gives visitors an overview of news in their personal dashboards.
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