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Q&A About the 2017 Show – MIGE office furniture

MIGE Office Furniture

Q&A About the 2017 Show – MIGE office furniture

|August 12, 2018 | News

The Canadian Furniture Show will continue to evolve in 2017 in its tireless efforts to be even more responsive to the needs of the Canadian industry. After every Show over the last three years, exhibitors, guangzhou office furniture company buyers, designers and other professionals have been consulted through surveys. In all, more than 1,000 respondents, surveyed either online or by telephone, have provided input in the preferential choices to enhance the Show with new features. The recommendations by the National Advisory Committee, which includes 15 professionals from diverse regions of the country and various sectors of the industry, also had an impact on the final choices.

Here are the main questions and answers about the new features that will be implemented at the 2017 Show:

– Why is the Show being held in May?

Based on the surveys conducted last June among 675 exhibitors and visitors, participants and non-participants at the 2016 Show, only 15% of visitors and 28% of exhibitors favour having the Show held in Negotiation Desk a month other than the month of May. Furthermore, their preferences are spread over the remaining 11 months of the year: they don’t all opt for January. As a result, the 2017 Show will be held from May 26-28. Remember that changing the date from January to June in 2015 was very costly for the industry. It was a major disruption that we want to avoid, especially since the survey results confirm the choice of the month of May.


– Will the 2017 edition be the last one for the Canadian Furniture Show?
Absolutely not. The Canadian Furniture Show is a priority project for the QFMA’s board of directors and the industry as a whole. And we are committed for the next three years, since we have announced the dates right up to 2020. But to ensure Reception Desk the longevity of the Show, the status quo is not an option. We continually have to rethink how we are going to do things; this is why the Show team surveys the industry every year, implements new features, evaluates them and adjusts the program accordingly on an annual basis.


– Wouldn’t it be better to hold the Show during the week rather than on the weekend?
Again, based on the surveys conducted this year, only 16% of the exhibitors and 23% of visitors in 2016 would like to see the Show held during the week: the participants prefer the weekend dates. But the Show is being shifted by a day, so it will be from Friday to Sunday to better meet the preferences expressed in the surveys.


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