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Expo Riva Schuh & Gardabags have added a new event to the platform with the fifth Live Talk, entitled ‘The post-Covid globalisation process,’ led by the fashion economist, Enrico Cietta, together with Joao Maia, General Manager of APICCAPS and Elisabetta Mantese, Manager of Euler Hermes Italy.
Despite the challenging moment for the fashion industry, the report “The State of Fashion 2021” curated by the McKinsey consultancy firm and the trade journal The Business of Fashion believes there will be opportunities for developing business in the months to come. Here as follows is the analysis of Nick Blunden
How much does the digital side of fashion impact the environment? AvantGarde.com analyses the sites of the 20 top brands, crowning Fendi as the most virtuous and Moncler as the worst
In recent years, public opinion has become increasingly attentive to concepts of diversity and inclusion, which also in the fashion industry, are much more fully accepted at 360°, becoming at the same time fundamental values for the success of businesses present on the market.
Research & Development Manager of the new Innovation Area at Riva del Garda Fierecongressi, Stefania Rosa talks about the role trade fairs such as Expo Riva Schuh must play today and how innovation is at the heart of upcoming events.
The last day of the Expo Riva Show, schedule of live talks of Expo Riva Schuh & Gardabags’Home Edition, is dedicated to “New processes for new markets” hosted by Sebastiano Zanolli, Matteo Pasca and an international panel of speakers.
The second day of the Expo Riva Show – The Shoe Connection focused on sustainability in terms of brands and the supply chain as well as the consumer.
The first day of Expo Riva Show – The Shoe Connection focused on consumer changes, on their new buying process, on data and technologies that can better understand and involve them.
Sustainability in fashion, evolving scenarios in the Italian fashion industry as per the study undertaken by Nomisma for Unicredit.
Having avoided the much feared “no deal”, London and Brussels have signed a Free Trade Agreement worth 700 billion a year. Here is what changes for fashion and footwear
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.
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.