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Sponsored by FICE and ICEX, Spanish footwear returns as the leading protagonist of the Milan show, with 100 companies ready to present the new collections for Spring-Summer 2023 to Italian and international buyers.
The new World Footwear Yearbook 2022 of APICCAPS photographs a global footwear market recovering from the pandemic, but is still far from an all-time high.
At Fieramilano Rho, from 20 to 22 September, the reference exhibition for the fashion and design supply chain celebrates its 100th edition with 1100 exhibitors and an agenda full of events and activities, an eye to the future and the valorisation of its roots.
‘More’: this was the motto of the last edition of the Messe Offenbach leathergoods fair: more contacts, more orders, more trends, more business, because reacting to the challenges of the global market with more innovation and information is more important than ever today.
The Federation of Spanish Footwear Industries (FICE) nominated footwear entrepreneur Rosana Perán as the new President who will replace Marián Cano, at the helm of the association since 2020.
The issue of traceability in the fashion business is still controversial. What challenges must be faced, and what chances must be taken, to promote sustainability? This was brought up during one of the Expo Riva Show meetings.
Inaugurated during the January 2022 edition, the innovative physical-digital service allows Chinese exhibitors to propose a ‘live’ presentation of their sample collections, with buyers physically able to touch the products with their hands, without however requiring the manufacturers to undertake a long and difficult intercontinental journey, which is subject to the many restrictions now in place because of the pandemic.
Celebrating its 97th edition, the fair of Riva del Garda demonstrates its longevity, exceptional resilience, and ability to adapt, while remaining at the top of the international trade fair system and holding a central place of importance among institutions.
Only with the commitment of all parties and effective traceability systems, from the acquisition of raw materials through ultimate distribution, would social sustainability be possible. William Wong’s thought.
Expo Riva Schuh & Gardabags established its status as the go-to place for business and networking in the footwear market by collecting more than 8,000 guests from 103 countries to its June 2022 edition.
ExpoRiva Show with its New Market Focus interviewed some buyers from the United States in order to get an in-depth look at the fashion and sales trends characterising what is the third global market for footwear consumption.
A new appointment with Expo Riva Show in the discovery of global consumer trends including especially those of GenZ, with a focus on the Chinese market, accompanied by Joao Maia (APICCAPS), Eugenia Errobidarte (WGSN) and Dean Harry Diabate (Tmall Global).
The most important footwear and leather goods trade fair in Latin America celebrates 48 years of activity by inaugurating a new edition in the spirit of business and innovation from 23 to 25 August at the Poliforum in León, Mexico.
In 2021, menswear exports grew by +13.4%, imports by +8.2%, but compared to 2019, foreign sales are down by -5.3% and the target markets have changed.