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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.
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).
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.
The 2022 edition of the ‘Intellectual Property and Youth Scoreboard’ released by EUIPO shows how over half of European youths have purchased at least one counterfeit product online in the last year.
Adam Borzym, owner of Divino Group, and Mohamed Dembele, President of UCCI - Union des Commerçants de Côte d'Ivoire, talk about their markets and the opportunities offered by the Riva fair.
New consumer choices – between digitalisation and a return to in-person experiences – are at the centre of the speech given by Paolo Mariottini (Genesys) at the Luxury Summit of Sole24Ore this past May, in what is a move towards a new customer experience.
Second edition of Netcomm’s “Digital Marketing Focus for E-commerce and New Retail”, with the central role of Digital Marketing emerging with regards to customers, and especially Gen Z.
According to the preliminary data released by the Confindustria Moda Research Centre for Assopellettieri, the sector’s turnover is up by an encouraging +25.7% over 2020, while a gap with pre-pandemic levels still remains.
According to a study promoted by Alibaba.com, in an increasingly “hybrid” future, buyers will increasingly look to online sourcing channels in search of trustworthy and reliable partners.
Starting from the survey conducted at the end of 2021, Enrico Cietta – economist and President of the ERS Scientific Committee – together with Alberto Mattiello, looks at the scenario of the fashion industry on a global level along with its future prospects, in the spirit of one key word: integration.
A new Webinar of Expo Riva Show dedicated to sustainability in the footwear-manufacturing industry with protagonists Alberto Mattiello – member of the Expo Riva Schuh scientific committee - and William Wong – Chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong Brands and Vice President of the Hong Kong Footwear Association.
In accordance with the Confindustria Moda for Smi Research Centre, in 2021, the Italian Men’s Fashion Industry and the Textile-Apparel supply chain on the whole experienced a return to a positive trend, leaving behind a 2020 characterised by a -19.5% drop-off in turnover.
Two 140 million euro projects - supported by the Recovery and Resilience Plan, APICCAPS and CTCP - with the aim of making the country the international benchmark in the development of sustainable solutions, as well as strengthening exports by investing in innovation and knowledge .