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Make the perfect impression at the TFWA with the right partner to build your exhibition stand

Do you want to present your products and company at the world’s most important fair for generating sales in the duty-free market, and are looking for a reliable exhibition stand constructor, who will be there for you at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes? Participate in the TFWA with an individually designed and spectacular-looking exhibition stand created by expo24seven.

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Quality “Made in Germany”

The expo24seven team has been implementing exhibition stands for well-known customers in Cannes for many years and supplies exhibition stands, displays and trade show pedestals in accordance with the highest quality standards.

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Perfectly showcased products

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Planned in Germany – on site for you in Cannes

We consider CI specifications, optimal product placement as well as the ideal illumination of your product range when designing your exhibition stand.

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Your success in Cannes

We can’t wait to hear from you! Here’s wishing you great success and a good time in Cannes.

Contact Germany/ Austria / Suisse:
Mr. Angelo Franke –
Phone +49 (0)8143/ 9925170
Mobile: 49(0)171/ 6240150

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82266 Inning am Ammersee

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CEO: Mr. Angelo Franke

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About TFWA Cannes

The TFWA World Exhibition & Conference is a consumer goods fair for tax-exempt goods, such as those items offered in the duty-free areas of airports, ships or ferries. This market segment has more than doubled in value over the past ten years, with Asia now accounting for the largest market share. Since 1984, TFWA – the Tax Free World Association – has organised the exhibition which takes place every year in early October in the sophisticated seaside resort of Cannes, France.

Structure and size of the exhibition.

492 exhibitors, just under 17,000 visitors and 3,000 premium brands participated in the 2016 exhibition on an exhibition space measuring just around 22,500 square metres. The products exhibited covered the following areas:

wine and spirits, tobacco, perfume and cosmetic products, fashion, accessories, leather goods, jewellery, home improvement products and tableware, giftware, stationery items, toys, electronics, smoking-related products, delicatessen products and confectioneries, press products.

The exhibition is targeted towards a mainly European audience of experts but is increasingly starting to attract visitors from Asia and the Pacific region. A trend that is emerging thanks to the growing significance of Asia and Pacific regions. Premium manufacturers highly value TFWA because they are able to present their premium products to the relevant buyers of airports, airlines, shipping companies and the buyers of other retailers directly at their own exhibition stand. After all, the TFWA World Exhibition & Conference is the main PLACE to go for these buyers to find out about the latest products. Information obtained from the exhibition stand is only one of the event’s main features. Outstanding individuals give speeches and lectures at a wide variety of conferences in the run-up to the actual exhibition. The primary focus of these lectures and speeches is the so-called ‘Digital Village’ – an opportunity to generate increased earnings through digitisation. Growing uncertainty in world trade caused by political developments was the subject of much discussion at this year’s event. Key speakers included former President of the Tax Free World Association Erik Juul-Mortensen, former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, and former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson. The 70th anniversary of the first opening of a duty-free shop in Shannon, Ireland, was also celebrated, and workshops took place once again as is the tradition. Another highlight was the opportunity to network and make professional contacts with other individuals and companies, often in the lovely surroundings of Cannes, for example, at casual events or golf tournaments.