Interior Lifestyle China, the foremost and trendsetting international event for the Chinese mid to high-end consumer goods market, is the perfect stage to expand your business.
Drawing from the success of Ambiente, the world's leading international consumer-goods fair, Interior Lifestyle China is not only an effective platform for national brands to intensify their businesses but also the ideal stepping stone for international brands to enter the Chinese market.
High-end design from around the world
First held in 2007, Interior Lifestyle China is an extension of Ambiente, the world??s largest international consumer-goods fair. Building on worldwide business networks, Interior Lifestyle China has developed into China??s leading professional platform for creating brand awareness, launching new products and expanding market influence. Each year more and more world-renowned home and lifestyle brands participate in the fair, accounting for more than 70 percent of the total exhibitor portfolio.
Interior Lifestyle China focuses on three product segments: Dining, Giving and Living. The offering within these areas is clearly structured for the various forms of the trading platform and distribution channel.
In the kitchen, on the table, products enrich your cooking and dining experience
small electrical appliances
Everything you need for daily life and an exquisite lifestyle
Trend-setting and creative designs that make perfect gifts
The Shanghai Exhibition Centre or the Shanghai Exhibition Hall is an exhibition and convention centre in central Shanghai. The building was built in 1955 as the Sino-Soviet Friendship Building to commemorate the alliance between China and the Soviet Union, a name by which many locals still refer to the building. Reflecting its original name, the design draws heavily on Russian and Empire style neoclassical architecture with Stalinist neoclassical innovations. The building is a major landmark in Shanghai. At 93,000 square metres, it is one of the largest integrated building complexes in central Shanghai by footprint. At 110.4 metres (to top of spire), it was for decades (1955?C1988) the tallest building in Shanghai. Its main frontage, an open quadrangle with an elaborate central tower, faces Yan'an Road, today the main east-west artery across central Shanghai, while its secondary fa?ade, a colonnade, faces West Nanjing Road, one of the premier retail and commercial streets of Shanghai.