German Pavilion Debuts at KBIS

January 13, 2022

The National Kitchen & Bath Association is launching the NKBA Global Connect Pavilion Program at KBIS 2022 with the inaugural German Pavilion. The pavilion, organized by koelnmesse and presented by the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWi) in collaboration with the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) and supported by the Association of German Woodworking Industries (HDH) will bring manufacturers of German kitchen and bath products and services together in one co-operative space in the South Hall of Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center. The German Pavilion will allow attendees to see and experience the newest German kitchen innovations in materials, finishes, installation capabilities and configurations in an efficiently designed space. Additionally, the nearby NKBA Global Connect pavilion will offer programming, talks and networking events featuring first-time international exhibiting brands and participating members of the German Pavilion. Global Connect Spotlights, trend talks and market outlook presentations will take place throughout the three-day event.

The German Pavilion will include the following manufacturers and service providers:

nobilia European Kitchen Furniture

Kesseboehmer Functional Hardware and Fittings

Haecker Kitchens

SieMatic Kitchens

Dein Konfigurator Design Software

AMK – German Kitchen Trade and Service Association

“We have been collaborating with our German alliance partners AMK and VDM for three years to support the development of the first NKBA Global Connect Pavilion,” said Suzie Williford, EVP, Chief Strategy Officer, NKBA. “I’m so pleased we have been able to make this dream a reality. The North American market continues to offer tremendous promise to these and other international brands who bring new ideas and technologies to the kitchen and bath marketplace. We look forward to a long and productive relationship with the German government and our strategic alliance partners at KBIS 2022 and beyond.”