Interiors Pakistan Expo 2014 is Around the Corner!Asma Anjum
Interiors Pakistan Expo 2014 is all set to start today i.e. December 05, 2014 and it will last until Sunday, December 07, 2014. This three-day event has been organised by Pakistan Furniture Council (PFC) and the whole programme is aimed at exposing Pakistani furniture, accessories and interiors-design ideas locally as well as abroad.
PFC Council Chief Executive Officer Mr Kashif Ashfaq had announced the event in a press briefing some days ago. Amna Saeed from The Furniture Gallery, Malik Farooq from Interwood, Maqbool Elahi from Mohkam Furnishers, Ghazala Abdur Rahman from In Design, Shahzad Mughal from Workman, Omer from Studio 0 and the owner of CehnOne were part of the press briefing.
The event will be held at Expo Centre, Johar Town, Lahore and furniture manufacturers and interior designers from different parts of the country will exhibit their furniture items and services at the event. It will also provide an opportunity to the senior officials of furniture companies and interior designing firms to meet each other under one roof. Moreover, this grand event will provide worldwide recognition to Pakistani furniture and other accessories that augment interiors.
Interior Pakistan Expo 2014 is likely to witness a footfall of a large number of people from different walks of life and cities. “The furniture industry of Pakistan has a potential to contribute to overall exports of our country. There is a need to promote this industry and capitalise on its different segments. I appreciate that PFC has once again come forward with a grand event to promote the industry and I hope that Interiors Pakistan Expo 2014 will turn out to be a huge success for all of its stakeholders,” said Apnafurniture.pk CEO Mr Shahzad Ali.
This is the second time that PFC is organising such an event at a large scale. For those who are unacquainted, the council had been established by a few furniture entrepreneurs and it aims to provide local and worldwide recognition to the furniture products of Pakistan. It also tends to bolster furniture trade across the border.