38th edition of Cersaie focuses on safety

38th edition of Cersaie
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The 38th edition of Cersaie will be the first in-person event that will take place in Bologna from 27 September to 1 October. And it will do so internationally.

Five days during which companies from 26 countries, architects, designers, contractors and retailers will be able to meet and start doing business again in person.
It will be a commercial hub, with around 600 stands and thousands of products previewed. References that anticipate trends in the field of surfaces, bathroom furnishings, design and planning.
In addition to being an international showcase, the 38th Cersaie edition will, as always, also be an expected moment of meeting and comparison at an international level.

“Bologna together with Cersaie”

Exhibitors and visitors to the International Exhibition of Ceramics for Architecture and Bathroom Furnishings will find a city and its transport, trade fair, hotel and catering facilities ready to receive them. All in the name of maximum health safety and hospitality that has always distinguished the city and Emilia Romagna.
This is one of the messages that emerged from the presentation at the beginning of July of “Bologna together with Cersaie”, an event within the 38th edition of Cersaie which saw the presence – at Palazzo Re Enzo and in zoom link from Italy and the world – of some hundreds of journalists and companies participating in the 38th edition of the Bologna show.

The cornerstone on which the idea of ​​participating in the event in safety is based is “from the front door to inside the stand”. That is, every single moment of the trip to the fair and the stay in Bologna and in the exhibition center will take place in the best conditions thanks to compliance with the relative health protocols.
However, doing this will only be possible if everyone does their part, as the representatives of all the entities, economic realities and associations that took part also testified during the meeting in July.
Massimo will be committed to the creation of a Covid-free environment, where access to the exhibition center by fitters, staff responsible for organizing the event, exhibitors and visitors will be conditioned upon the presentation of the Green Pass.

Central to staying informed about the health rules in force and the opportunities relating to participation will be the manifesto “Bologna together with Cersaie”, a digital tool that can be consulted on the website of the 38th Cersaie edition and on that of various institutional partners operating in hospitality for visitors. of the event.