(WEBTORIAL) VIFA ASEAN 2023 to be held under the theme ‘Gathering all the best Southeast Asian furniture’
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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – Following the success of VIFA EXPO in March, Lien Minh Co., Ltd. will hold the Vietnam ASEAN International Furniture & Home Accessories Fair – VIFA ASEAN 2023 from August 29 to September 01, 2023 at the SECC in Ho Chi Minh City. The show promises to be a reliable and high-quality connection point for global manufacturers and buyers in the region.

The global economy is undergoing a period of repositioning, and the trend of shifting production to countries with geographical, human, and political advantages is becoming stronger.

Countries in the ASEAN region fully converge all those factors. Moreover, with many free trade agreements, the area is increasingly participating in the global supply chain and gradually becoming a centre for manufacturing and supply.

Over the years, Vietnam has grown into the region’s largest furniture exporter and the most familiar and attractive destination for international furniture buyers. The show will enhance Vietnam’s position to become the global hub for furniture trade.

Under the theme “Gathering all the best South East Asian furniture”, the event is expected to draw 1,400-plus booths from over 350 companies to the total fair scale of more than 20,000 square metres.

VIFA ASEAN 2023 will feature national pavilions from Southeast Asian countries, including Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, the Philippines, providing multiple opportunities for buyers to explore the unique products and designs of these countries.

On display will be a wide assortment of items, ranging from indoor and outdoor wooden furniture such as sofas, tables, chairs, beds, cabinets, shelves, and kitchenware to decorative items like paintings, vases, table lamps, blankets, bedsheets, pillows, mattresses, and curtains. There will also be gifts and other products, especially those made from sustainable, eco-friendly, and recycled materials, as well as modern and traditional handicraft products such as lacquerware, bamboo and rattan weaving, and ceramic items with distinctive cultural features from Vietnam and other Southeast Asian countries.

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