• Young & Design sponsored by GDAMILANO Young & Design, a competition sponsored by GDAMILANO magazine, which is owned by Giga Publishing, aims to provide greater visibility to young designers.

  • Bulgarian designers participate in Milan’s HOMI fair Ten Bulgarian designers from the Cherga Group participated in this year’s edition of the specialised HOMI fair in Milan. The fair is held at the end of January and showcases products for the interior, decoration, accessories and garden furniture sectors, and more.

  • Ekin publishing group co-operates with MOSFED Celebrating its 25th year next autumn, Ekin Publishing Group is a veteran publisher of Turkish B2B magazines covering the furniture and furniture supply industries. The group publishes Mobilya and Furniturk magazines and organises projects and events for both national and international markets.

Market News

  • iStaging raises $5M to bring VR & AR to furniture-makers and real estate industry Sep 27, 2016

    Asian augmented reality (AR) / virtual reality (VR) startup iStaging has raised $5 million in a pre-series A funding round led by WI Harper, a VC firm specializing in cross-border investments between the U.S. and Greater China. Taya Venture Capital also participated in the round. Founded out of Taiwan, iStaging caters specifically to the furniture and real estate industries, offering p ...

  • China Furniture Market Outlook to 2020 Sep 27, 2016

    Executive SummaryThe report titled "China Furniture Market Outlook to 2020 - Surge in Demand for Children's Furniture and Rise in Trend of Online Furniture Sales to Shape Future" provides a comprehensive analysis of Furniture market in China. The report covers various aspects such as market size of Furniture market, market segmentation by Residential & Non-Residential Sector, organized a ...

  • Shanghai ranked as the best choice for property developers in China Sep 23, 2016

    Shanghai maintained its top position in the rankings for real estate development and investment prospects among all Chinese mainland cities, followed by Shenzhen, Beijing, Guangzhou and Suzhou, Urban Land Institute, a global nonprofit research and education organization, said in a report released. Shanghai, the most preferred city among survey respondents where average price for reside ...