Welcome to MIFF OFFICE!
Established in 1995, MIFF is the largest meeting place in Southeast Asia for furniture professionals to do real business, develop valuable relationships and strengthen global network.
Over 600 manufacturers and exporters from 14 countries and regions exhibit in MIFF, offering extensive collections of home and office furniture to meet the sourcing needs of 20,000 buyers from 140 countries and regions.
MIFF OFFICE is the designated section that showcases a complete range of the latest and innovative solutions for office and commercial spaces, providing a more concentrate and convenient sourcing experience to office furniture buyers at MIFF.
|Exhibition Space:||100,000 sqm – 20% office furniture|
|No of Halls:||18 Halls - 3 Halls (2A, 2B, 2C) feature office furniture|
|No of Companies:||600 companies - 130 companies supply office furniture|
|Exhibit Profile:||Office seating, work stations, storage, conference and board room furniture, safes and public seating|
|Exhibiting Countries:||Malaysia, China, Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia|
|Visiting Countries:||140 countries and regions|
We come back to MIFF year after year because we can increase our exposure to potential customers in Southeast Asia. We also have many customers from other parts of the world who recognise our presence. So, it’s a lot about branding.
The exhibition (MIFF) has provided us a good platform as a Malaysian manufacturer to showcase our products to local and international audiences. MIFF has done a very good job in promoting the Malaysian furniture industry.
My company sends representatives to MIFF every year. We usually fill our need for mid-range home and office furniture here and MIFF exhibitors have a good variety of products and display them well. Overall the MIFF team has been very helpful and has done a good job in organising the show.
I've been coming to MIFF for 14 years to buy home and office furniture and to source wood and particle board. I only arrived yesterday, but I’ve already met with some old suppliers and I’ve met some new ones, as well. The show is so well-organised that it does not feel overcrowded, making it easy to walk around.