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From Africa to Taiwan, from living trends to the flowers market

The latest issue of DIY International devotes more than ten pages to the African home improvement sector.

The latest issue of DIY International devotes more than ten pages to the African home improvement sector.

The latest issue of DIY International announces its major regional report on home improvement in Africa on the title page. Readers will find more than ten pages featuring among other things the store numbers of the big DIY retailers on the continent, an interview with Cashbuild CEO Werner de Jager, a report on the CMB in Egypt and neighbouring countries and an analysis by Euromonitor International.

Other highlights offered to readers in the first issue 1/2020 of the trade magazine include a report on the Taiwanese market leader TLW plus an interview with Michael Schneider of Bunnings, the keynote speaker at this year's Global DIY Summit in Amsterdam.

Living and design trends are the main feature in the Suppliers section.

In the Events section, the editorial team looks back on the Taiwan Hardware Show, introducing key exhibitors from the fair. The Garden section takes a look at the European plants and flowers market.

Interesting topics? But not (yet) a subscriber of DIY International? No problem: to take out a subscription or order directly, call: +49/7243/575-144 or contact s.schwald@daehne.de, www.daehne.com/diyinternational-mag.

|24 February 2020 | 16:51


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