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Creative Thanks to the Feel-Good Atmosphere in the Office -- New Trends at the Office Next Moscow 2014


December 16, 2013 - Nuremberg, Germany And Moscow, Russia

Professional office management starts with the technical equipment and ends with individual room/lighting concepts as well as space to breathe. Employees must feel good in the offices since they do spend more time there than in their free time or at home. Every second employee in Germany is unsatisfied with their job. And only 30% would recommend their friends to start working with their employer. This has been derived from a representative survey of the YouGov market research institute. "The studies show the increasing necessity of creativity-enhancing rooms in which employees feel comfortable. Sustainable economic success and employee retention can ultimately be traced back to that" said Bernd D. Fichtner, managing director of the international events organiser OWP Ost-West-Partner GmbH.

The workplace -- more than just a desk
Most people spend most of their day at their workplace. A working environment where the employee feels comfortable, increases concentration and performance and finally even the inner satisfaction at one's workplace. Only a very few aids are required to transform the desk into a more comfortable workplace. Sufficient light is important for a concentrated manner of working. The workplace should be illuminated sufficiently. Ideally the office is filled with sunlight so that the natural rhythm of the employees is supported and sunlight is also a source of natural motivation.

Thought out concepts and ideas at the Office Next Moscow 2014
Leading international exhibitors from all relevant areas including light technology, office furniture, acoustics, IT solutions, media technology and so much more from 27 - 29 May 2014, in Moscow will offer an overview of the latest products and trends. "The mixture from all areas makes the harmonised difference and creates an ideal office atmosphere. You will find out more at Office Next Moscow" -- added Fichtner.

New location Gostiny Dvor -- more space for more creativity
When considered from an architectural point of view, Office Next Moscow 2014 will be moving into one of the most interesting locations in Moscow in the coming year: Gostiny Dvor The medieval building was completely refurbished and modernised in 1995. The building's high ceilings, glass roof and central location, not far from the Kremlin, make this address so interesting -- especially for an office trade fair with creative minds.

Concept Office Next Moscow -- Trends, Talks and Awards
Office Next Moscow is composed of three parts: Trends, the actual trade fair for trade visitors with exhibitors in the open-space concept; talks, a conference with international top-notch speakers and presentations; and awards, with a competition for the best Russian and international office projects. Therefore, by uniting knowledge, information and experience, this concept ensures that a balanced mix is created for the visitors.

About Office Next Moscow 2014
Office Next Moscow 2014 is the only trade fair in Russia that is dedicated to the topics of office design, interior architecture, technologies and project development. International exhibitors present themselves to Russian trade visitors and top decision-makers -- and this in a location that satisfies all wishes and needs.

In 2013, approximately 4,000 professional visitors attended the trade fair, which constituted a plus of 30 % when compared to 2012.

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