New springboard of the Maison & Objet show, Future on Stage is back with a 3rd edition next September. A real opportunity for young companies working in the field of design, decoration and art of living. Applications are open until April 10.
Launched in September 2022, the Future on Stage springboard has been designed to allow young companies to integrate the Maison & Objet ecosystem, by provoking meetings and enhancing their visibility on the market. After Pierreplume, LucyBalu and Avuly in September 2022 and Noppi, Gliwen and Sas Maximum in January 2023, three new winners will be exhibited at the beginning of the school year, from September 7 to 11.
A selection of candidates led by a jury of industry professionals: Mélanie Leroy (Managing Director of SAFI/ Maison & Objet), Vincent Grégoire (Director of Consumer Trends & Insights at Nelly Rody), Philippe Lehr (Sales and Development Director of Designerbox), Franck Millot (Director of Paris Design Week) and interior designer Daphné Desjeux.
Conditions of participation
To participate, several selection criteria must be taken into account by the candidates, namely:
- The company must have been created less than 3 years ago and must offer products in the world of decoration, design and lifestyle
- Have already built a brand identity (visual universe, storytelling, launch products)
- Have already tested and/or commercialized products, and be ready to accelerate their production and launch on the market
- Have never participated in Maison&Objet before
A notable visibility
The selected winners will be entitled to a privileged accompaniment. First of all, they will all be exhibited at the heart of the Maison&Objet show, offering them a significant visibility on the media and the professionals of the sector, on a French scale as well as internationally. In parallel, meetings will be organized with visitors, partners, retailers, prescribers and international distributors. In terms of communication, the three selected brands will be promoted through content published on social networks and the Maison&Objet magazine, as well as through their presence on the Maison&Objet & More (MOM) digital platform.