Italian products are in great demand abroad, where Italian style and design have always been appreciated.
In fact, according to the data that have emerged from the Symbola foundation and from Unioncamere, the sectors driving exports in Italy and that will continue to grow in 2015 are: furnishings and wood for interiors, such as offices.
This could be an opportunity for Italian furnishing companies to internationalise and open up to new markets, in particular emerging markets like Asia and the Middle East.
This is confirmed by the boom in foreign visitors to the Milan furniture fairs in recent years.
Countries like Russia and the United Arab Emirates have really focused on bespoke Italian furnishings, above all in order to give a personal touch to interiors such as: museums, hotels, shops and office furnishings.
The phrase “made in Italy” in fact stands throughout the world for:
quality, excellence and uniqueness and, as a result, furnishings have for some time become a sector of fundamental importance and contract work has in particular enabled us to meet the demanding and unusual needs of customers.