Bologna is preparing to welcome exhibitors and visitors to Cersaie September 2021, scheduled from 27 September to 1 October next. Those who arrive in the capital will find a city and its transport, exhibition and hospitality facilities ready to start receiving again in the sign of maximum health safety and hospitality that has always distinguished it.
A declaration of intent that emerged during the presentation of “Bologna together with Cersaie”, a manifesto-event that saw the presence – both physically and in zoom connection from Italy and the world – of the press and the many companies participating in the 38th edition of the International Exhibition of Ceramics for Architecture and Bathroom Furnishings.
The presentation of Cersaie in September 2021 was also an opportunity to formalize the letter that all the institutions, associations and economic realities participating in the event wrote to the Prime Minister Mario Draghi to invite him to Cersaie and to the Lectio Magistralis of the Pritzker Shigeru Ban, which will be held on 1 October at the Palazzo dei Congressi.
“The importance of international fairs for the economy of our country and our territories has been further highlighted in this last year heavily affected, on an international scale, by the pandemic emergency – underlined Gianpiero Calzolari, president of BolognaFiere during the press conference. -. With the resumption of activities, also strengthened by the experiences and new tools finalized in this period, the contribution of our international events for the promotion of the excellence of Made in Italy will be even more incisive and the collaboration that sees us working will be even closer, always, with the Organizers who choose BolognaFiere as their business partner ».
At Cersaie in September 2021, the International Exhibition of Ceramics for Architecture and Bathroom Furnishings will be the first fair to be held in presence in Bologna and will extend into the fifteen halls of the BolognaFiere district.
It will be five days during which companies, architects, designers, contractors and retailers will be able to meet and start doing business again. Around 600 exhibitors will be present in the exhibition spaces of the capital, 41% of which from abroad, arriving from 25 countries.