10 Ukrainian home decor brands took part in the exhibition in Germany
Ukrainian home decor brands within the framework of the association of women entrepreneurs, Oplich, presented their products at the Ambiente exhibition, which took place on February 3-7 in Germany.
As reported by the Ukrainian Center for Promotion of Investments and Trade, the brands presented more than 100 products from their range of products at a joint stand. Among them:
- Anzyhome – knitted home decor.
- Gnizdo – home textiles and clothes made of natural linen.
- Gunia project – ceramic decor.
- LoraShen – decorative and applied ceramics.
- Luxury Linen – bed linen and other household items made of linen.
- MR WOOD Studio – interior decoration of the room with stabilized moss.
- NANA Ceramics – ceramic pots, vases and planters.
- TARLINI is a household.
- WOOD MOOD – gifts and home decor.
- YAKUSH – handmade tableware and decor, mostly made of tempered glass
The stand of Ukrainian brands at the exhibition consisted of shelves with participants’ products and a lifestyle zone that simulated a cozy room with decorative items.
During the 5 days of the exhibition, Ukrainian companies held several meetings regarding ordering and cooperation and received 100 contacts of potential partners and customers.
“Since the beginning of the full-scale war, the existence of Ukrainian businesses has been threatened, and with it, the well-being of our families. We are proud that even despite challenging conditions, the creative industry is developing at an accelerated pace. We want Ukrainian women entrepreneurs to make a breakthrough, opening new markets for themselves and representing our country at leading international exhibitions,” said the executive director of the NGO “Ukrainian Investment Promotion Center” and trade” Iryna Tytarchuk.
Ambiente is the world’s largest consumer goods exhibition, held annually in Frankfurt am Main. The exhibition presents a variety of products in three main areas: Dining (dishes, serving, cutlery, electrical appliances, design, accessories), Giving (souvenirs, gifts, jewelry) and Living (interior items, textiles, beauty and health products, holiday decor).
In 2023, the exhibition hosted more than 4,000 exhibitor stands and more than 100,000 visitors from Italy, France, the USA, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Spain, Turkey, Greece, Poland and Switzerland.