Welcome to the premiere of LivingKitchen, the international kitchen show and the LivingKitchen LinkedIn group! The LinkedIn group brings together kitchen industry professionals for the purposes of sharing opportunities, discussing industry issues and driving collaboration. LivingKitchen, the international kitchen show, is taking place parallel to imm cologne on January 18 – 23, 2011 in Cologne, Germany.
As one of the leading fairs of the branch imm cologne and LivingKitchen make a perfect team. LivingKitchen is a trade fair focusing on all aspects of kitchens, open to trade visitors and the public. With a live programme full of highlights. And maximum appeal for specialists and experts, amateur chefs, gourmets, and fans of technology and furnishings. LivingKitchen is the new international kitchen event.
Use this unique opportunity to attend the fairâ€™s premiere. Only here can you meet all your target groups at one venue: German and international decision-makers from the specialist kitchen trade and the furniture trade that offers kitchens, as well as architects, designers, facility managers and end customers. Conclude firm business deals, open up new export markets in a targeted manner, sustainably boost your companyâ€™s profile and strengthen its image. LivingKitchen will energize your business.
Today Greenies are no longer stuck in the past, theyâ€™re very much part of the future. Why choose between high-tech and Grannyâ€™s haybox when you can have both? The main thing is a healthy lifestyle. The manufacturers of white goods presenting their latest innovations at LivingKitchen have acquired a green conscience too and are combining healthy cooking methods with energy-saving concepts, pollution-free products and sustainable materials. And almost by the by, kitchen manufacturers are coming up with some really beautiful kitchens into the bargain.
Everybody knows how important it is to eat a balanced diet. Terms like fluid balance, glutamate or trace elements have long ceased to be an indication of professional expertise and have been assimilated into our general knowledge. â€śOrganicâ€ť has long since spread to the supermarkets, and anyone in search of wellness no longer necessarily has to head for the bathroom but can pamper himself in the kitchen as well.
High-tech, convenience and cooking seem to complement one another without contradiction. Neither the top chefs who spend their days experimenting away in molecular kitchens nor the amateur seem to have any appreciable fear of contact with new technologies. Now that appliance and kitchen manufacturers have adapted to the need for alternative cooking methods, exotic cuisine and eco-friendly kitchen concepts, organic cooks, after discovering the medieval wisdom of Hildegard of Bingen, are starting to discover that of Bosch, Poggenpohl or Miele as well.