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Yesterday, Zagreb Fair saw the closing of Ambienta and Biam&Welding fairs.

In order to continue sustainable trade fair business in this period, the topically complementary projects were held in parallel, featuring 76 exhibitors from 17 countries and their products in three pavilions at more than 5,200 m2 of exhibition space.

"I would like to use the opportunity to extend my sincere gratitude to each of our exhibitors for their trust and joint creation of good business stories. The synergy of action is also visible on a global level and Zagreb Fair joined the spontaneously formed global initiative of event organizers with the hashtag #SaveEvents. In that sense, we have taken all the necessary safety and health measures to make your stay at Zagreb Fair as pleasant as possible", said Zagreb Fair CEO, Dina Tomšić, PhD, at the official opening ceremony.

The fairs were inaugurated by the Mayor of Zagreb, Milan Bandić.

At Ambienta, exhibitors presented all types of housing furniture, kitchen and bathroom furniture, office furniture, products and equipment for interior decoration (lighting, curtains, parquets, etc.) and HORECA - programme and furniture for equipping of hotels and apartments. We wish to single out the group participation of member companies of the Wood Cluster of Herzegovina and Arboline, Drvona and Interijeri Sabljo companies. MS&Wood, one of the most famous manufacturers of designer furniture in Bosnia and Herzegovina, was presented as well.

The second ART FAIR was held within the scope of Ambienta, together with the auction of paintings by the Kontura Auction house, which was not in its classic form because of the pandemic. All those interested were able to see and buy the paintings in agreement with the organizer Zdravko Mihočinec. The most expensive painting was sold at a price of HRK 75,000.00. It was "IN A LAGOON" by Zlatko Prica.

Admission to the fairs was free.