Top interiors event opens in Damascus
Damascus, April 26, 2011
The latest innovations and solutions in the world of furniture and interior design will be showcased at an interiors design event that has opened in Damascus.
The sixth edition of Inlife, the international exhibition for furniture and interior design, will run up to April 29 at Damascus Fairground.
Arabian Group for Exhibitions and Conferences, the organisers, stated that the exhibition will be held concurrently with Beauty Care, the international exhibition for cosmetics and beauty products- and Wedding Expo which will also be held at Damascus Fairground.
Inlife, over the course of its previous five editions, opened an exceptional window of opportunity to establish long-term business relations between specialized companies in this sector, and importers; distributors; engineering companies; interior design companies; and the management of tourism establishments, a statement said.
Numerous companies participating at Inlife affirmed that they will be offering discounts and special offers on all kinds of furniture and furnishings will be present exclusively in the days of the exhibition. Additionally, a number of companies will organise lotteries and give away gifts in the last day of the exhibition.
More than 85 local, Arab, and international trademarks will participate in the first edition of Beauty Care.
The event, being held concurrently with Wedding Expo at the same venue, will offer an exceptional opportunity for participating companies to enter the Syrian and the Middle Eastern markets especially that those markets have achieved a 12 per cent growth rate in the last three years in what relates to the cosmetics and beauty field, the statement said.
It will host many activities that will be held in cooperation with Massaya Television featuring beauty demonstrations, tattoo demonstrations, skincare demonstrations, and hairdo demonstrations by elite Syrian and international experts. – TradeArabia News Service
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