27/30 Settembre/2017
Verona, Italy


Exhibitors Area

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StonExpo Marmomac

While the natural stone-technology industry continues to rank among sectors of excellence in Italian manufacturing thanks to an overall value of exports, the United States is once again among the most receptive markets precisely for production such high added value items as finished and semi-finished stone products and related technologies.
In this context Marmomac ensure even broader international scope in the USA participating at TISE - The International Surface Event in Las Vegas, a key show in North America in the natural stone, surface finishing and cladding sectors created through the merger of three shows: StonExpo/Marmomac Americas, Surfaces and Tile Expo.
Marmomac plays a leading role in this event since 2005, as the organizer – in partnership with Informa

Group – of StonExpo/Marmomac, the event held as part of TISE dedicated to natural stone.

 

TISE - The International Surface Event

The next TISE 2018 is scheduled  on January 30 – February 1, 2018 in Mandalay Bay Convention Center of Las Vegas

Discover the event: https://tisewest.com/

 

TISE 2017 : ALL THE FACTS AND INFORMATION

More than 730 exhibitors

400.000 square feet (about 37.400 m²)

Operators come largely from the United States (65%), China (19%), Canada (5%), Italy (3%) and Japan (3%)

6% attendee growth over 2016

Info & contatti

Chiara de Luca
Area Stone&Design

Tel. +39 045 8298192

Marmomac Pavillon

Veronafiere is once again organising and coordinating a Marmomac collective exhibition area to promote excellence in the stone industry in the Americas, by offering to all participants in the group commercial opportunities and promotional benefits such as: benefit on the drayage, company description in TISE catalogue, pre-fitted or customized stand with continuous technical support, free promotional mailing service to more than 15,000 selected visitors, assistance by Veronafiere/Marmomac prior to and during the event, hospitality space and common area dedicated to continuing education courses for North American architects and interior designers (that includes a guided visit of the exhibition and especially the Marmomac Pavilion).

 

 Attention: the information request form is not binding for future participation