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score from visitor Nordbygg 2018

Top score from visitors

Visitors have rated Nordbygg higher than ever before – 4.4 out of a possible 5. And 32 percent of the visitors also think that the fair has become better and better over the past few years.

“It is a large fair with a wide range of suppliers. Many of my suppliers are here; I can meet them and look through their new products. Nordbygg is the only forum in Sweden where I can compress a lot of work into a short period of time, so it is very good and effective for me,” says Jaana Lindberg, a buyer at K-rauta.

Nordbygg has worked very hard at creating a well-structured exhibition so visitors can easily find the areas they are interested in.

“I think the score reflects that we offer the most effective way to gain an overview of the market and the available actors,” says Peter Söderberg, Event Manager for Nordbygg.

But there is a score in the visitor survey that is even higher than the overall rating.
“The quality of the exhibitors received a score of 4.5, and I would therefore like to take this opportunity to say Thank You to all our exhibitors who have outdone themselves this year with interesting stands and exciting new products,” says Peter Söderberg.

Recommend Nordbygg


Visitors primarily like the size, the number of new products, the quality of the exhibitors and the large supply. An impressive ninety percent of the visitors would recommend Nordbygg to a colleague.

Even exhibitors are satisfied with the fair. This is particularly noticeable in the interest in Nordbygg 2020.

“The best feedback we can get is when our exhibitors come back, and in September we already have 350 exhibitors who have booked a stand at Nordbygg 2020. Many exhibitors view Nordbygg as a priority activity and a natural arena, so they want to make sure that they reserve their spot for next time,” says Peter Söderberg.