21.–24.05.2019

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interzum 2019 - The world meets in Cologne

interzum is the world’s leading trade fair for furniture production and interior design. This is where the most important business is conducted and momentum for the global furniture supply industry is created. Decision makers, opinion leaders, disseminators and trendsetter from all over the world keep up with the innovations in the industry, seek and establish new contacts – those who want to do truly good business in 2019 should not miss this opportunity.

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Events at interzum

On all four days of the fair, the top-class event programme will make interzum even more attractive for exhibitors and trade visitors.

Visitor Guide interzum

Visitor Guide for interzum

All information about the fair in one brochure. The Visitor Guide contains all topics, events and the relevant hall allocation.

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The next interzum will take place from 21.-24.05.2019.

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interzum WORLD

interzum WORLD Preview

The digital magazine gives all interzum visitors and exhibitors an insight into what awaits them during the fair.

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1.700 +

Exhibitors from 60 countries

69.000

Visitors from 152 countries

187.000 m2

Exhibition space

79 %

Visitors & exhibitors from abroad