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The 3rd International Home Textile and Interior Design Show, Homedeco Kazakhstan (21-23.02.2009)

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Welcome to the third edition of International Home Textile and Interior Design Show
Homedeco Kazakhstan – Almaty – Atakent Exhibition Center
21-23 February 2009

How is Kazakhstan market? Kazakhstan is the business hub for 60 million Central Asians sharing borders with Russia, Uzbekistan, China, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan. Because of its strong macroeconomic performance and financial health, Kazakhstan became the first former Soviet republic to repay all of its debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2000, seven years ahead of schedule. The GDP growth rate was 10.7% in 2006, 8.7% in 2007, 7.5% in the third quarter of 2008 and with a forecast of 7.1% in 2009. The economy is driven by oil exports which generate 40% of the country's total revenue. The oil sector also attracts huge foreign investments, second after Russia among the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States).

The agriculture sector contributes nearly 7% to the GDP and employs around 20% of the active population. Kazakhstan is the sixth-largest producer of grains (includes wheat, rice and barley) in the world. Livestock raising is also an important activity. Kazakhstan is rich in natural resources: Oil & gas, coal, copper, zinc, uranium and silver. Oil production accounts for 30% of the GDP. The building & construction sector is growing strongly. The manufacturing sector is not well developed given the fact that almost all capital and consumer goods are imported into the country. Thus, manufacturing activities are limited to textiles (very limited), chemicals & fertilizers, and pharmaceuticals. The services sector is growing and contributes nearly 55% to the GDP.

This constant growth in the economy also triggered the need for new residents, hotels, restaurants in order to cater the needs of the investors and their employees. All these new changes surely raised the need for home textiles which is the industry that Kazakhstan is not capable of meeting the local demand by its own production.

Participation Fee: Registration fee: 120 Euro to be paid once Raw space (min. 30 sqm): 160 Euro /sqm Walk-on-package (min. 15 sqm): 200 Euro /sqm *prices do not include 13% VAT Surcharge applies for the following options: Two sides open stand + 5% Three sides open stand + 7% Island stand + 10% We urge you not to miss this chance to position yourself in the region offering you several business opportunities.  Show your existence with a stand at Homedeco Kazakhstan, take your first step into Kazakhstan market or if already taken, grow with us in this prosperous market.

For more information, please contact us

42 Timiryazev Str, Pavilion 23,
Office 105 Almaty, 050057,
Republic of Kazakhstan
Tel: +7 (727) 2695451
Fax: +7 (727) 2695452

Why do you need to exhibit? First of all, the market itself offers you a great opportunity to sell your goods not only to Kazakhstan but also to the neighbouring countries. Secondly, Homedeco is the only true business platform dedicated to home textiles and interior design in Kazakhstan.  With more than 10% growth compared to 2007, Homedeco 2008 fair hosted 80 direct exhibitors together with the co-event Unistyle show which focused on the fashion industry. The organizer is expecting a bigger increase in both visitor and exhibitor numbers at Homedeco 2009. In the last edition, the exhibitors had a chance to showcase their latest trends in home textile and interior design industry to a number of 9.000 visitors at Almaty / Atakent Expo Center.                               

Homedeco brings boutique owners, wholesalers, retailers, interior designers, construction companies, associations and the press under its umbrella and exposes the real potential of the Central Asia.

Product Groups  

  • Curtains, tulles, Decorative trimmings & Embroidery,
     Jacquard curtains fabrics,
     Woven curtain fabrics,
     Cotton fabrics,
     Decorative curtain, Accessories,
     Decorative & upholstery fabrics,
     Bedding & bathroom textile,
     Bedspread covers,
     Bed sheets,
     Towels and bathrobes,
     Rugs, mats and lab robes,
     Arts and accessories,
    Furniture, Flooring, Lighting

Visitor Promotion Campaign:

We heavily rely on our visitor promotion activities and we certainly assure you that no industry professional in Kazakhstan can claim that they did not hear about our events.

· Ads on Kazakhstan's best selling and the highest circulated newspaper "KARAVAN" (225,000 circulations)

· Ads on Krygyzstan's best selling newspapers

· Ads on Ozbekistan's best selling newspapers namely "Arakзi", "Tasvir", "7x7", "Bekajon"

· Ads on Kazakhstan's frequently read trade magazines

· Television Commercials on Rakhat TV, NTV TV, RTR TV, REN TV, CHANNEL 31

· Radio Spots on "Russkoe Radio", "Europe Plus", "NS", "Auto Radio"

· Announcements at the trade centers and shopping malls namely Market Rakhat, Market Alatau, Market Bolashak, Adem Trade Center

· Bilboard ads at busy business districts and at the airport

· Extensive national and international direct mailings

· Local and International Fair visits

· Mass Email Shootings

· Mass Fax Shootings

· Invitations distributed by the promoters

· Invitations distributed at the hotels

· Internet Ads, Banners

· VIP invitations to the selected buyers


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