MOOD 2014: It was all about a strong belief in the future
How to sum up MoOD 2014? More than clear is that MoOD once again scored high in the field of quality and that in this way, it offers a solid basis for the future. One cannot conclude otherwise than that MoOD gained in aura and charm, which is the result of a move towards new halls, in combination with its new look & feel.
Looking back, MoOD can be subdivided into three main issues:
1: A very successful transformation towards new spaces:
For the first time, MoOD took place in a new trade show concept in Brussels Expo's Hall 5, the Patio and Hall 8. This was a very successful transformation, as visitors felt more welcome than ever. MoOD's transformation was based on a different placement of exhibitors and product groups on the one hand and on the offering of new and inspiring projects on the other.
2: Exhibitors make the difference:
A trade show scores thanks to the quality of its exhibitors. It is clear the exhibitors at MoOD gave the new concept their full support, which could be seen all around, with lots of renewed booths and an extensive range of new collections. In all of these it was not only about quantity, but mainly also about a striking high quality of the creations.
3: Better than expected:
Three days of MoOD demonstrated the show did a lot better than was expected. This was the overall spirit of the exhibitors we talked to at the end of the show.
MoOD already looks to the future, as the dates for MoOD 2015 have been set. Save the dates 8, 9 and 10 September 2015 on your calendars, when we will welcome you in Hall 5, the Patio and Hall 8 of Brussels Expo.