Koelnmesse, Media Globe Krokus Team for Rooms Moscow

MOSCOW-Koelnmesse, the German trade show organizer, and Media Globe Krokus (MGK), which operates the Moscow International Furniture Show, will jointly organize Rooms Moscow, an international furniture trade fair scheduled for May 21-25, 2013, at the Krokus Expo International Exhibition Center here.

Originally launched by Media Globe in 2012, Rooms Moscow attracted 252 exhibitors and 12,000 attendees. The partnership with Koelnmesse starts next year and will provide the Russian attendees with broader access to international furnishing lines, according to the organizers. The event will be held as an annual show and is geared towards the sourcing needs of designers, architects, decorators and furnishing dealers from the residential as well as commercial markets.

The main product segments will consist of home furnishings, kitchen and bath, and office furniture. An additional area will be offered for furniture production and interior works.

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