The French Pavilion, which has been organised by UBIFRANCE, will include 26 companies across three areas devoted to retail. EUROSHOP is the leading trade fair for the retail industry.
The EUROCONCEPT area will group French companies specialising in shopfitting, lighting, equipment and store design. These companies can be found at booth 13D46.
EUROCIS, located in booth 6B27, will host French companies dealing with IT solutions and security technology for customer service, process optimisation and retail security systems.
The EUROSALES area, which will be located in booth 3D16, will focus on point-of-sale advertising, sales promotion and merchandising.
A number of the French companies taking part belong to the Shop Expert Valley competitive cluster. Shop Expert Valley is the first competitive cluster in France to specialise in the requirements of the retail sector, representing a wide range of industry segments such as brands, signage, wood and metal furniture, point-of-sale advertising, lighting, tills, security, layout, and interactive displays.
A comprehensive list of exhibitors (in English) is available by email upon request.
About the Trade Commission UBIFRANCE
The Trade Commission of the French Embassy in London assists trade development between France and the UK; it offers a wide range of services to French companies, so as to assist them in their business activities within the UK. As such, the Trade Commission organises B2B events in the form of conferences and networking opportunities, mainly in London.
EUROSHOP 2011 will take place from 26 February to 2 March 2011 between 10am and 6pm at the Fairground exhibition space in Düsseldorf (Germany).
For further information on EUROSHOP 2011, please go to: www.euroshop-tradefair.comFor further information on the French Trade Commission in the UK, please go to: www.ubifrance.com/uk
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