The International Fair of Products and Funeral, which closes today at Feria Valencia, has had all the purchasing power and a great media coverage thanks to the replica of the coffin of the ‘Squid Games’.
Buyers and exhibitors declare that it has been a long time since they had such a positive feeling at a fair, marked by quality visitors and by the tendency to buy technological services.
València, 22 October 2021.- Funermostra, International Fair of Products and Funeral, has closed the doors of its 16th edition today. The contest has been marked by the influx of quality visitors, national and international and for the great media coverage that it has had thanks to the exhibition of a replica of the coffin that appears in the famous series ‘The Squid Game’.
On a commercial level, the fair has been a success. This has been stated by exhibitors and visitors, who have been able to do business again face to face. "I haven't had this feeling at a fair for a long time", has declared Charo Baeza, co-founder of the Murcian company Vivo Recuerdo, offering professional digital services for farewell rituals. "We have closed many agreements. In fact, the sector in this edition has been much more open to buy technology”, added Baeza, that tells that the professionals of the sector have been especially interested in buying the novelty of his company: ceremonies via streaming.
Ruud van Beurden, Director of the company Funeral Products has closed his last day of the fair very satisfied with the results. "I had never sold product during any fair. I made many contacts and closed deals . But this year that has changed. I have sold in situ”, It has been recognized. It has highlighted that it has been noticed visitor quality. “The most important groups have been in Funermostra, all the purchasing power of the sector“, has affirmed.
For Amparo Méndez, co-founder of the company Eco invéntame, it was the first time at a fair. "We have opted for Funermostra because it was the benchmark fair in the sector", has said. Your innovative product, urns made entirely with food residue - coffee grounds and orange- has had a great reception in the sector, So much so that it ensures that it will return to the next edition. "Our product is circular economy and zero waste. We think it can contribute a lot to the sector. In fact, We have sold and created a portfolio of clients”, has explained.
The exhibitors have expressed their satisfaction with the fair and the hundreds of visitors have left with a very good feeling and wanting to return to the next edition. "Funermostra has proven to be the scene of change”, José Vicente Aparicio has concluded, President Funermostra.