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Kind + Jugend programme announced

Published on: August 6th, 2014

The Trend Forum will take place at the Kind + Jugend (11 to 14 September 2014) in Hall 10.1, Stand A70/B78, offering information and support on all days of the trade fair. kindundjugend300

Two experts from the German Patent and Trade Mark Office will be present in the exhibition halls on 11 and 12 September 2014 to advise exhibitors and trade visitors on the theme of ‘protection against plagiarism and imitations’. Interested parties can arrange appointments via info@dpma.de or by phone on +49 89 2195-3402. Further information is available here.

An overview of the programme of the Trend Forum 2014:

Thursday, 11 September 2014

  • 02:15 p.m. Protection of intellectual property in Germany and China – ZHU Rechtsanwälte – speaker: Meiting Zhu
  • 03:45 p.m. Trends among young parents: social trends / buying behaviour trends  -Gruner + Jahr – speaker: Marie-Luise Lewicki
  • 04:15 p.m. Change management on the children’s and youth’s market – Ursula Lindl Consulting – speaker: Ursula Lindl

Friday, 12 September 2014

  • 10:30 a.m. Fusion between fashion and interior design – Fabulous Goose – speaker: Valentina Albaek
  • 11:00 a.m. Enchant the world of children – Exalis GmbH – speaker: Mayouri Sengchanh
  • 11:30 a.m. Consumer demands in the baby trade – how does baby&family, a subsidiary of the EK Servicegroup, support its trading partners in obtaining an optimal positioning on the market? – K/servicegroup – speaker: Achim Rövenich
  • 12:00 noon ‘Pimp my shop now’ – Finishing Dutch Retail Design – speaker: Günter Bauer
  • 12:45 p.m. International store design trends and the latest retail concepts worldwide The Store Designers – Silvia Talmon Beratungs GmbH – speaker: Silvia Talmon
  • 01:30 p.m. Children’s lifestyle trends 2015/2016 – Trend Bible – speaker: Anri Hamilton
  • 02:15 p.m. “I-size” – what advantages does it bring? – www.autokindersitz.at – speaker: Peter Jahn
  • 03:00 p.m. Online trade versus stationary trade – Who holds the future in their hands? – EHI Retail Institute – speaker: Michael Gerling
  • 03:45 p.m. What is a trend? – Little big things – speakers: Eva Stemmer / Joerg Meister
  • 04:15 p.m. How sustainable is sustainability? – Ursula Lindl Consulting – speaker: Ursula Lindl

Saturday, 13 September 2014

  • 11:00 a.m. Children’s lifestyle trends 2015/2016 – Trend Bible – Speaker: Anri Hamilton
  • 11:30 a.m. Consumer demands in the baby trade – how does baby&family, a subsidiary of the EK Servicegroup, support its trading partners in obtaining an optimal positioning on the market? – K/servicegroup – speaker: Achim Rövenich
  • 12:00 noon Beyond the Product Features – Creating Trust through the Best Customer Experience – edenspiekermann – speaker: Steven Cook
  • 12:45 p.m. Design as a purchasing argument – Little big things – speakers: Eva Stemmer / Joerg Meister
  • 01:30 p.m. Industry analyses and market figures – where is the industry coming from and where is it heading to over the next few years? – IFH Institut für Handelsforschung – speaker: Boris Hedde
  • 02:15 p.m. Watch out, the oldies are on their way. – Muthers Institut – speaker: Helmut Muthers
  • 03:00 p.m. “I-size” – what advantages does it bring? – www.autokindersitz.at – speaker: Peter Jahn
  • 03:45 p.m. Chill out, mama: How mothers are addressed online and offline today – Companions – speaker: Claudia Lüersen

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Time for fresh ideas Designers and creatives inform about how they deal with ideas and creativity and provide a practical and inspiring insight into their profession.

  • 10:30 a.m. ‘A work of art that works in life’ – Little Sun – speaker: Andrea Heuer
  • 02:00 p.m. Play according to Moluk – Moluk – speaker: Alex Hochstrasser

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