16th China International Building Decorations & Building Materials Exposition (BUILD +DECOR 2009)
16th China International Building Decorations & Building Materials Exposition(BUILD+DECOR 2009) was held at China International Exhibition Center (New Venue) this year. Made-in-China.com's booth was located at Hall E2.
Many overseas buyers came to our booth and told us that they had found qualified China suppliers form our website.
Almost every overseas buyer said he or she would like to try our website after our introduction.
Build+Decor, one of the largest and most comprehensive fairs on building decoration materials in North China, has enjoyed a great reputation for its specialization and positive outcome, and maintained popularity among professional visitors both at home and abroad. It is an ideal meeting place for effective exchanges between exhibitors and visitors to find out the latest products, trends, and innovations. It is believed that there will be 100, 000 estimated attendees coming to Build+Decor 2009, covering all the segments of the industry, including building decoration companies, designers, architects, contractors, distributors, real estate developers, government purchasers, etc.
The coming show will be staged at the new venue of CIEC, which is a modern and well-facilitated exhibition center, providing much larger show area and more professional service for the International trade show. The new-look Build +Decor will surely boast more high quality exhibitors and visitors, deliver more businesses-to-business opportunities with prospects, and customers for critical face-to-face communication with the targeted audience.
Recent years have witnessed a great economic growth in China, which has also brought huge market demands for building materials and decorations.
Never-cool-down fever in real estate industry
Constant development of architectural engineering industry, especially those large-scale projects
The total output was over one trillion RMB; By the end of 2010, the annual output will have reached 2.1 trillion RMB, anticipated.