Appointment on 19th and 20th November at the Fiera di Pordenone with Radioamatore 2, an exhibition of consumer electronics and low cost information technology.
The 24th edition of the event was visited by numerous fans arriving from all over Friuli Venezia Giullia and il Vento, as well as from Slovenia and Croatia.
There were 8 pavilions involved, 250 companies present and 5 thematic events of an event that was also an opportunity for exchange and discussion between collectors and enthusiasts, unique in the Italian trade fair panorama.
Also in this edition was held the Amateur Radio Market – Hall 9 – where it was possible to buy old equipment for radio amateurs, spare parts, antennas and components, old radios, gramophones and hi-fi of every era and style directly from collectors. At the Fiera di Pordenone, always in the Amateur Radio 2 area www.radioamatore2. it also Fotomercato, an exhibition dedicated to fans of the world of photography, hosted in pavilion 8.
Pavilions 5, 6, 7 were instead dedicated to the market that transformed the Pordenone Fair into a large low-cost outlet for IT and electronic equipment with new and second-hand proposals for all budgets.
Particular attention also to the world of free software, protagonist of the Linux Arena in Hall 5 created by Fiera di Pordenone in collaboration with Pordenone Linux User Group.
The 2022 editions of Games & Co and Io Creo
At the same time, the second edition of Games & Co. www.gamesandco.net was also held, a game, comic, fantasy and cosplay fair which occupied pavilions 2, 3 and 4 of the fair district.
There are several thematic areas present: from comics to gadgets, from role-playing games to video games, from action figures to publishing houses, cosplay competitions and much more. Growing in the number of exhibitors and occupied areas, this event is about to become the reference in the Northeast for a heterogeneous audience of enthusiasts.
To complete the record-breaking offer of Fiera di Pordenone, the Io Creo www.io-creo.it exhibition market dedicated to creative hobbies, with its approximately 60 exhibitors, housed in Hall 1