Happening from the 26th to 29th July at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC), Archidex is calling out to exhibitors.
30 March, 2023
Finally back in the real world, ARCHIDEX (International architecture, interior design and building exhibition) wants exhibitors to once again enjoy the face to face engagement the Architecture event is known for. “With borders reopening, ARCHIDEX 2023 is poised to return stronger together” they say.
Indeed, the supporting partner, Singapore Furniture Industries Council (SFIC) is so keen to get things moving they will be applying for the LEAD IFM Programme to help eligible participating companies defray part of the costs incurred when they participate in ARCHIDEX 2023. Support of up to 70%* of eligible expenses include exhibition rental space, booth construction, publicity and fair consultancy costs. Jump online to singaporefurniture.com to look over the terms and conditions.
“The construction industry remains a crucial sector for robust business growth and opportunities abound at ARCHIDEX as Malaysia continues to be a marketplace for key decision makers to gather,” they say.
Moreover, they have the statistics to stand by this statement with 32,190 visitors last year and an estimated 36,000 this year. Key to these figures is the breakdown of visitors with 84% being professional trade visitors with the remainder being students and government officials. Moreover, 67% of visitors comprised architects, interior designers, developers, engineers and quantity surveyors. In short, the specifiers you want to experience your products.
ARCHIDEX, as an event of the Kuala Lumpur Architecture Festival, KLAF2023, will be celebrating The Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM) centennial with special features and programs throughout. Adding to the incentive of course is the magnificent city of Kuala Lumpur with its impressive architecture such as the Twin Towers by César Pelli and Saloma Link pedestrian bridge by Veritas Design Group. And then there is the beauty of Malaysia itself. Need we say more!
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