Posted 30th Nov 2018

Sharp Home Appliances to exhibit at LivingKitchen 2019

By KBBDaily on 30th November 2018 - 08:00am
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Sharp Home Appliances has revealed its plans for a 350sq m stand at LivingKitchen2019 – taking place on the 14th-20th January 2019 in Cologne – with the company stating that the exhibition will be the “first step” in its strategy to target the kitchen specialist market.

According to Sharp, its display at the trade show will be “inspired by the fundamentals of modern kitchen design” and will include feature points that focus on style and technology as well as eco-efficiency and “ultra-quiet operation”.

The company added that visitors to the stand will be “amongst the first to see striking, alternative finishes”. Products on display will include a space-saving compact cooking series, as well as full-size ovens, “minimalist” hob designs and a vacuum-packing fridge-freezer.

“Our LivingKitchen 2019 showcase is an important part of our overall strategy, giving us the perfect platform to introduce some of our key innovations for 2019 and beyond,” said European sales and marketing director Alberico Lissoni.

“Bringing our brand vision to life, it has been designed to create a more personalized kitchen space that can be built around the wants as well as the needs of the individual. Rather than support static and conventional ideas of what the kitchen should be, we’ll be offering technologies and designs to re-define the space as a more interactive and engaging environment.”

Lissoni added: “For us, it’s not just about delivering style and must-have functionality, but also about bringing fun and enjoyment to the everyday kitchen experience.”


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