Because brick-and-mortar retail has not fully recovered, we hope to achieve cost reductions for our clients through new materials and processing techniques, without compromising their overall brand image.
I find the design aesthetics of this exhibition very strong, and the presentation of the booths extremely innovative. I witnessed every designer reinterpreting various materials using their design philosophy and concepts.
It's essential to adapt to the overall societal development, moving closer to green, sustainable, and digital trends. This alignment is a direct reflection of commercial spaces and a trend our stores need to consider in the future.
China in-store showcased brands who used paper materials and modular tableware, reflecting an increasingly lightweight and sustainable design trend. Future retail stores will focus on connecting with people through the spatial environment setup.
China in-store serves as a hub for innovation, exchanging insights, and discussing future trends. We believe that amidst this enriching exhibition, we will all learn and grow.
I found the decorative art products displayed at this exhibition particularly striking. Given the trend towards scenographic environments in the retail business landscape, commercial design products have become increasingly vital.
For us experience is very important. You have to attract people, so you need to constantly innovate, showing new items. We want to develop new collections made sustainably, because it's really the material of the future.
The significantly high number of visitors on-site was a pleasant surprise. We hope that next year's exhibition will be even better, creating more opportunities for suppliers and brand owners to connect and interact.