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Matteo Farsura Appointed Italian Exhibition Group’s Global Exhibition Manager of the Jewellery & Fashion Division

He will also be responsible for FIMAST, which is also part of IEG’s J&F division.




Marco Carniello | Matteo Farsura

Marco Carniello | Matteo Farsura

(PRESS RELEASE) RIMINI/VICENZA (ITALY) – Passing of the baton within Italian Exhibition Group (IEG), Jewellery & Fashion Division.

While the Global Exhibition Director of the Jewellery & Fashion division, Marco Carniello, takes on the role of Chief Business Officer at the helm of IEG’s new Business Division that will coordinate all the industries headed by the exhibition player, Matteo Farsura, former Exhibition Manager of Vicenzaoro, will take over the lead of the Jewellery & Fashion Division.

As Global Exhibition Manager, Farsura will manage the shows on IEG’s Jewellery Agenda: in Italy Vicenzaoro, Oroarezzo, T.Gold, The Italian Jewelry Summit, Valenza Gem Forum, VO’Clock Privé and VO Vintage as well as the JGTD and SIJE in Dubai and Singapore respectively. He will also be responsible for FIMAST, which is also part of IEG’s J&F division.

Born in the Italian city of Padua in 1975, Matteo Farsura has been working at IEG since 2017, where he initially helped develop the technology segment, then went on to the Arezzo events and finally Vicenzaoro. After his scientific studies, a degree in Business Administration at the Cà Foscari University in Venice, and an MBA from the CUOA Foundation with the US University of Michigan Dearborn (International Program), he developed managerial skills in the luxury and event organiZation fields, working – among others – for a leading Italian fashion jewelry company, and drawing inspiration from the values of sport he gained from his consolidated experience in rugby both as a player and a coach.




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