Weekly home agenda: SUN 28th international Exhibition of outdoor products

Professionals from the outdoor design industry will be able to view the latest innovations in garden furnishings and accessories at the SUN 28th international exhibition of outdoor products in Italy.

SUN 28th International Exhibition of Outdoor Products
October 14-16
Rimini, Italy

An exhibition for trade professionals only, Sun 2010 showcases the latest products in household design accessories and furnishings.
http://www.sungiosun.it/eng/

Shunde Expo 2010
October, 18-21
Shunde, China

The Shunde Expo is an international exhibition for household electrical appliances in China. Exhibitors from around the world and major Chinese consumer electronics companies are expected to attend. The event has, in the past, been used as a way of introducing the latest household appliances into the Chinese market.
http://www.shundeexpo.com/
 

Retail Futures Challenge -Ideas presented
October 25
Berlin, Germany

As part of the World Retail Congress, students involved in the Retail Futures Challenge will present their ideas to the judges. Entrants were tasked with designing a store that best captured the essence of their home cities. Store designs include Hong Kong, London, Tokyo and Mumbai.
http://www.worldretailcongress.com/page.cfm/link=199

World Retail Congress
October 25-27
Berlin, Germany

A series of events and conferences discussing retail around the world. Winners of 'World retailer of the year' and 'Multi-market retailer of the year' will be announced on the second day of the conference.
http://www.worldretailawards.com/

International CES
January 6-9 ,2011
Las Vegas, USA

A panel of independent designers, engineers and journalists judge a selection of products including "best household appliances." Nominations in this category include LG, Panasonic and Whirlpool. The annual event is organized by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).
http://www.cesweb.org

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