Tradition, quality, exclusivity, design, and innovation are some of the attributes that characterise Portuguese products when it comes to furniture, ceramics, cutlery, lighting and home textiles. Offering a wide range of unique and sophisticated pieces, the combination of raw materials and artistic know-how represents a competitive advantage underpinning their recognition in the international market. With clear customer-focus and a strong commitment to customisation, Portuguese lifestyle products are present in more than 150 countries, winning over even the most demanding customers. This market makes it possible to build a future in perfect harmony with the legacies of Portugal’s past.
Xenia is a premium exhibition, exclusively targeted at professionals from the hotel and wider hospitality industry and it is the premier commercial forum for the tourism industry in Greece. Professionals from the sector of hotels and small accommodation have the opportunity to come into contact with the leading companies providing hotel equipment, technology solutions and online services, companies specializing in construction, renovation and energy saving, as well as food industry suppliers, whose services apply to key areas of hotel operation. The companies exhibiting at Xenia cover the entire range of products and services pertaining to the construction, renovation, decoration, equipment and supply of Hotels, Hostels, Rooms to Let and Camping. The main exhibit categories are the following: Construction – Decoration – Energy – Automation, Hotel Equipment, Kitchen Machinery and Equipment, Food & Beverage, Digital Technology.
The Portuguese Association of Furniture and Related Industries (APIMA) is a non-profit business association, created in 1984, under private law and national scope, based in Porto. Its objective is to promote the competitiveness of the furniture and related cluster, through a set of actions that seek to stimulate the growth and development of the different sectors that comprise it, as well as its dissemination and national and international positioning. The affirmation of the relevance of the furniture industry in the national economy, consolidated throughout the second half of the 20th century, and in particular in the 80s, motivated the creation of an entity dedicated exclusively to the defense of legitimate interests of companies in this sector.