The historic brand of backpacks looks to the future and reverses the ordinary to make sustainability a lifestyle to be worn every day.
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.
It is a fashion that brings excitement back to the Salone del Mobile of Milan (Milan Furniture Fair). A fashion that furnishes and decorates the home and from which to draw inspiration, because the reverse movement could also be very interesting.
The trade associations of some of the most representative countries of footwear manufacturers present at Expo Riva Schuh offer a picture of the current situation, along with the perspectives for future development and the most interesting end markets, with a focus on products and key-trends in the market.
Lucy Reece Raybould of BFA and Guven Karaca of IDMIB offer us an overview of the accessories market in their respective countries, the development prospects and directions, as well as expectations regarding participation in the next Expo Riva Schuh & Gardabags.
The future of business will also be played out in the digital world, so it is good to start thinking strategically about ones presence in the metaverse.
The fair in São Paulo, Brazil, now in its 52nd edition, will be held from 22 to 24 August in partnership with Mercado Livre, one of the leading marketplaces in the world, to favour the participation of retailers.
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.
A set of events are planned for the Riva del Garda fair, ensuring that the fair does not miss out on the potential to be among the leading promoters of sustainability, traceability, and innovation.
The Milan start-up is the first Circular Science Company in the world of Italian footwear manufacturing to have obtained B Corporation certification, reinforcing its leadership in innovation with a focus on sustainability.
Let’s take a look at the projects that gave life to the sustainable area of Micam, which is increasingly committed to raising the footwear industry’s awareness on the now crucial issue of protecting humans and the planet.
The fashion industry is increasingly aware of environmental sustainability and the hazardous emissions it produces. This is why it is leaning towards technology and digital by building its own green market which is anticipated to exceed 15 billion dollars by 2030.
The fair through the eyes of Alessandra Albarelli, General Manager of Riva del Garda Fierecongressi from the beginning of 2020.
The Schuhhaus Meyer & ABC Shoes shops in Lübbecke (Germany) have been a real family history for almost 120 years (www.schuhhaus-meyer-luebbecke.de).
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