Seventy per cent of the floor space in the relaunched Building Interiors section at Interbuild 2000 has already been booked, the majority by exhibitors new to the show.
Major companies have been quick to commit to the Building Interiors section since it became a focused show in its own right, with a clear identity and targeted visitor promotion. It is specifically designed to be the UK showcase for interior products, and will be aimed at the key specifiers - interior designers and architects - who exhibiting companies want to meet.
According to John Murat, plaster-products manager for exhibitor Clark & Fenn, 'Clark & Fenn has chosen Interbuild 2000 as the ideal place to exhibit an exciting new range of stoneand metallic-finish materials targeted at discerning architects and surveyors. We will also meet the current specifiers of our classical range of fibrous-plaster cornices and ceiling centres.'
Alan Merison, sales manager of Emafyl Architectural 2000 agrees. 'We are looking forward to presenting several new ranges at the forthcoming show. This is our second time at Interbuild; the Millennium show gives us the opportunity to launch new products and to meet our target audience of architects, designers and builders, under one roof.'