Marmomacc already fully booked four months ahead of the 50th Edition
The 50th edition of Marmomacc, the most important international event dedicated to marble, granite, processing technologies, design and training scheduled next 30 September-3 October (in conjunction with Abitare il Tempo, the b2b exhibition for professionals in interior design and contract sectors) is already fully booked four months in advance.
Since 1961, the exhibition has given a voice to an industry that in Italy in 2014 achieved total production of more than 3.84 billion euros in value, with 3,340 companies and 33,700 employees (source: Confindustria Marmomacchine). Such figures define a top-level manufacturing reality with a strong export vocation – 75% of sales are sold abroad, amounting to 2.88 billion euros in 2014.
In this context, Marmomacc is the leading global platform for promoting natural stone business and culture. This role is confirmed by the statistics posted by the previous edition, that attracted 1,500 exhibitors from 58 countries, 65,000 visitors (54% international from 145 countries) and trade delegations representing 45 countries.
The 50th edition of Marmomacc, with the support of the Ministry for Economic Development (MISE), the ICE-Italian Trade Agency and Confindustria Marmomacchine, will welcome a dedicated special project to promote Made in Italy which will be developed along three main guidelines.
“The Italian Stone Theatre” – a hall celebrating excellence in the Italian natural stone industry, with a large “theatre” dedicated to the world of natural stone and related processing machinery on displaying strictly Italian technologies and experimental natural stone projects; significant and highly qualified incoming activity to encourage foreign trade delegations involving operators in the sector, with more than 200 architects and buyers; “The International Stone Summit” – the first event of its kind involving natural stone associations.
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Verona, 28 May 2015Back to List