Success of the “French Homeware and Giftware Trade Meeting”

Christel Roche - 03-juin-2010 11:03:13
On Tuesday the 1st of June, the French Trade Commission in Ireland was pleased to organise “ The French Homeware and Giftware Trade Meeting ” in the Résidence of France inviting a selection of home decoration and gift buyers to discover 6 major French companies: SDE, Arguel, La Rochère, Poyet Motte, Laurette and Déglingos. The day began by a presentation of the decoration and gift market in Ireland by Fintan Smyth, owner of the original boutique Paradise Lane with a unique concept situated on South William Street. This exchange of information enabled the French exhibitors to have a better understanding of the Irish market before meeting with the buyers.  Among our 62 visiting companies, we were honoured to welcome renowned retailers such as Clerys and The Bottom Drawer of Brown Thomas, as well as key interior decorators such as Kitt Interiors and Mc Cabe Design partnership. Enchanted by the French “je ne sais quoi” and the uniqueness of the products, some discussions led to orders. The event was a real success in terms of the quality of exhibitors and visitors. It has proven to be of real interest to our participants and a valuable first approach to the Irish market. Feel free to visit the gallery for pictures of the event. For further information about the event please contact Vimla BHEEMUCK ( ) or Christel ROCHE ( )  

French Homeware and Giftware Trade Meeting

Christel Roche - 28-mai-2010 11:44:17
The French Trade Commission in Ireland is pleased to present the “ French Homeware and Giftware Trade Meeting ” on Tuesday the 1st of June . For the first time, the event will be hosted in the great mansion of the French Ambassador in Ireland and will welcome 6 major French companies: Arguel, La Rochère, Poyet Motte, Déglingos, Laurette and S.D.E. Among the products displayed at the “French Homeware and Giftware Trade Meeting”, delicate children giftware as well as refined home decorations will be presented on Tuesday the 1st of June. They can be classified under the two following categories: Children’s giftware and decoration Domiva : Decoration for kid’s room (picture frames, rugs, lamps, toys, tables and chairs) Laurette : Retro charming children furniture (tables, chairs, cupboards…) Doux nid : Babies and toddlers bed coverings (fitted sheets, blankets, comforters and bedding protections) Déglingos : Funky teddies, baby slippers, board games, bath toys and soaps. Ze-Super-Zeros : Funny masked and caped animals and finger puppet games.   Patawak: Colorful little teddies and puzzles. Savon de Marseille : Delicate children linens (bibs, towels, wash gloves…) Home decoration and tableware gift Linens Winkler: Stylish kitchen linens (matching aprons, oven gloves, tablecloths, napkins…) as well as terry towels and blankets. and La Maison des Abeilles : Terry cloths, cosmetic bags and bathroom and kitchen tow
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Business France, the French Trade Commission in Dublin, is the trade section of the French Embassy in Ireland. Our bicultural team comprises 7 motivated professionals, dedicated to the promotion of the trade between Ireland and France, helping the Irish trade to source products from France and French exporters to find Irish partners. Our office is organised in business sectors: -     Agribusiness , -     Fashion, Housing, Healthcare , -     Infrastructure, Transport, Industry, -     ICT, Innovation, Services, Please click here to view our organigram. We organise Trade Events on a yearly planning, for which you may participate and register your interest. Furthermore, we are in a position to help you source products from France on an individual basis. If you are looking for French suppliers, please contact us or visit the French Exporters Directory ( )   Busine


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