Launched in 1995, today MosBuild is the largest annual construction exhibition in Europe with 'UFI Approved Event' status and one of the five largest in the world.
In 2012, the 16 exhibitions within MosBuild brought together 2298 exhibitors from 45 countries and more than 100,000 visitors from 64 countries in an area of 148,438m².
Every year, MosBuild receives support from the government, public organisations and Russian and international media.
The exhibition is organised by a team of over 70 people from 20 offices across the globe.
MosBuild is not only an exhibition; it also includes an extensive programme of business events which are attended by CEOs of major companies, members of the Russian government and directors of public organisations.
MosBuild helps exhibitors to:
- Communicate face-to-face with partners and potential customers
- Research the state of the market and competitors' activities
- Present themselves as a strong and developing company
- Capture a large target audience of industry professionals
- Effectively launch new products in the market
In 2013, the exhibition was divided into three sectors: Building & Interiors
Building & Interiors
was held on 2-5 April
and brought together the following shows:
Building Materials & Equipment
Lighting & Electrics
Doors & Locks
Paints & Coatings
Hardware & Tools
The second sector of MosBuild, Fenestration
, ran from 2-5 April
in Pavilion 75 at V.V.C.
This sector will comprise:
Windows & Facades
Gates & Automation
Finally, the Cersanex
of MosBuild took place at Expocentre
on 16-19 April
and included the following exhibitions:
Pool, Sauna & Spa