As the world begins its slow pivot from managing the COVID-19 crisis to vaccines breakthrough towards a slow recovery, it’s clear that the lockdown has had a profound impact on how people live
A footwear manufacturer from Monte Urano that celebrates its anniversary by highlighting its leading values of Made in Italy craft workmanship, quality, and style, while looking to a future characterised by a focus on omnichannel strategies. We spoke of this with the general manager of the company, Cristiano Ferracuti
Gallucci, active in the children’s footwear industry since the early Fifties and considered today a symbol of creativity and Made in Italy quality, speaks about what changed during the Covid outbreak and what strategies have been implemented in facing new challenges and opportunities.
From Benetton to Carrera, with a unique passion for accessories: Alessandro Oneto, owner of Carrera Accessori Srl in Treviso, reveals the secret formula to success on the Italian mass market and speaks about the brand’s aims for expansion on the European market
Despite the less than favourable dynamics for the third quarter of 2020, the Italian footwear manufacturing industry ended the first 9 months of the year with only a -33.1% loss in revenue, while production dropped-off by -29.4% and foreign sales were down by -20.1%. At the same time, great concern is being expressed for the repercussions of the second wave of the pandemic
Minister Luigi Di Maio talks about the new generation agreement entered into with Alibaba and which will favour B2B exports on the powerful e-commerce platform.
We interviewed Diana Ducci, owner of one of the leading buying offices in Italy, to take stock of the situation in key markets, like the USA and UK, and above all trace the steps needed to restart.
In a 2020 made of digital catwalks, live shows on social networks and new e-commerce mechanisms, such as shopping in live streaming, a phenomenon that has significantly picked up speed in the luxury industry is Fashion Gamification
Four of the most important footwear designers reveal how they see footwear for the coming winter in terms of mood, shape, volume, materials, and colour palette.
Culture, history, art and modernity come together in the MAG: Museo dell'Alto Garda Museum and the two venues of the Rocca: the medieval castle of Riva del Garda, and the Galleria Civica G. Segantini in Arco
From an increased awareness of social and environmental issues to the arrival of glocal, from the increasing popularity of digital technology to the physical space as an experiential place at the service of customers. This is how the purchasing experience has changed in the post-Covid era.
The newly elected mayor of Riva del Garda, Cristina Santi, recounts her vision for the immediate future of a smart and sustainable city that is open not only to an international, but also local, quality tourism, and which is protagonist of a trade fair-congressional calendar made possible also thanks to the renewal of the trade fair district.
The pandemic has fuelled the transformation of the fashion world: Maria Eugenia Errobidarte, Senior Consultant at WGSN, the world leader in fashion trend forecasting, explains how the markets and retail have changed in the #PLAYfashion webinar at Expo Riva Schuh
The brand of childrenswear debuts with a Consumer App to interact with its customers using a wide variety of fun-filled functions
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