International Building Fair
International Trade Fair for Sanitation, Heating, Airconditioning and Building Automation
Building Fairs Brno 2011 in figures
|Visitors||66 326 from 37 countries|
|Exhibiting companies||1 123 from 24 countries|
|URBIS INVEST and TECHNOLOGY||75|
|NSC EDEN 3000||222|
|Net exhibition area||48 793 sqm|
|IBF||29 919 sqm|
|SHK BRNO||4 956 sqm|
|URBIS INVEST and TECHNOLOGY||1 848 sqm|
|Mobitex||4 241 sqm|
|NSC EDEN 3000||5 813 sqm|
|Flood protection||2 016 sqm|
Final Report to download:
Final Report SVB 2011 (EN)
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Building Fairs Brno
The Building Fairs Brno is, based on the assessment by the European Building Industry Federation, the only building fair of international renown in Central and Eastern Europe with a high proportion of industry professionals (69%) among its visitors. Within Europe, it has been established as one of the 5 biggest fairs in the industry for many years. It is a prestigious event of a global importance, with some 1300 exhibitors coming from all over the world, including most of the industry leaders in the domestic as well as world markets.
We will continue to hold BUILDING FAIRS BRNO and MOBITEX International Fair For Interior Design concurrently in 2011. This comprehensive group of trade fairs, covering all branches of the building industry, technical facilities in buildings, and everything connected with interior design, proved interesting to the great majority of visitors to the fairs in 2010.
Building fairs Brno 2011
The 15th International Building Fair
The International Building Fair IBF covers practically all areas of construction and the building industry – the performance of construction, building trades and technologies, building materials and products, construction machinery, building constructions, and much much more.
The 11th International Trade Fair for Sanitation,
Heating, Air-conditioning and Building Automation the International Trade Fair for Sanitation, Heating, Air-conditioning and Building Automation SHK BRNO presents the very latest trends in sanitation and bathroom interiors, and also features presentations by manufacturers and suppliers of heating equipment, airconditioning, fittings, pipes, pumps and other technical facilities in buildings. Along with the project ELEKTRO, the project also covers products in the areas of electrics and lighting.
MOBITEX The International Fair of Living
The International Fair of Furniture and Interiors, in which leading manufacturers and suppliers of furniture and home furnishings on the Czech market take part, presents an alternative to the ranges offered by the commercial chains.
National Building Centre EDEN
The Building Centre provides information about new developments and trends in contemporary living. An all-year-round exhibition of assembled, completely furnished family houses, a sample shop of building materials, and a consultancy centre on matters of housing and construction, including financing.
Highlighted topics for 2011:
- Energy for the future
Takes on such topics as, energy savings, alternative sources of energy and heating equipment. Also includes topics such as technical facilities in buildings, masonry and insulation materials, windows, doors, construction systems and other building materials. Energy savings proved interesting to 83% of visitors to the Brno Building Fairs 2010.
- The largest presentation of building machinery in Central and Eastern Europe in 2011
- Inspiration and consultation from interior architects
Why attend the fairs? Because the Building Fairs Brno and MOBITEX Fair For Interior Design:
- a stable and highly professional visitor structure (55% of visitors work in the field or a related field)
- the most valuable source of information for planned renovation or construction
- visitors who plan the renovation of an interior (37%) or exterior (26%), the construction or extension of a house (22%) or the furnishing of an interior (45%) – this gives you a unique opportunity of addressing more than 80,000 visitors with a real interest in your products!
- 28% of visitors make decisions on the purchase of a produkt on the basis of information obtained at a trade fair, as compared to just 5% of magazine readers
The principal advantage
of trade fairs is the opportunity they provide for making personal contacts, the chance of giving immediate responses to questions from visitors and demonstrating specific products – customers have the chance of seeing exhibited products with their own eyes, trying them out and obtaining all the information they need to make a decision.