CFI-Committee for Industry Fairs has acknowledged that the reopening of exhibition activities is taking shape thanks also to the strong commitment of the organizers of the trade fairs dedicated to the industrial sectors and the neighborhoods that host them.
In fact, for the period from June to December, the Committee recorded the presence in Italy of 52 international and 5 national events, organized by its members and expression of the industrial manufacturing chains that best express the value of Made in Italy.
It should also be remembered that, according to the Law Decree on reopening published on April 22, exhibitions and fairs will restart from June 15 only in the regions in the yellow band, while conferences and congresses will resume from July 1.
More specifically – recalled the note of the CFI-Committee for Industry Fairs – 11 events dedicated to the Agri-Food area, 8 events in the Automotive-Leisure area, 10 events in the Instrumental and Process Goods area will reopen their doors, 12 of the Building, Home and Furniture area, 2 of the Medic-Farma area and 14 of the Fashion-Personal area.
Among the first fairs to reopen, the summer shows of Pitti Immagine should be mentioned, which will return to take place in physical format in various locations in Florence starting on 28 June. The Motor Bike Expohttps: //www.motorbikeexpo.it/ will instead be the first international show to reopen in Italy, after more than a year of stoppage imposed by the health emergency. The reference event for the world of customized motorcycles will open at Veronafiere, from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th June.
In the pre-Covid era, these events welcomed 40,000 exhibitors and 3 million national and international visitors. In fact, over 35% of exhibitors and 28% of professional visitors came from abroad.
All upcoming events will reopen in strict compliance with the health protocols approved by the national CTS. Furthermore, they will be favored both by the development of the national vaccination plan, by the adoption of the EU digital certificate and by the spread of “green corridors” for non-EU origins.
All accompanied by the implementation of the promotional projects provided for in the export agreement in support of the exhibition system.