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(PRESS RELEASE) AREZZO – The countdown has begun to the 39th edition of OROAREZZO, the Show that promotes the best of Made in Italy gold jewellery production on an international scale, organized by Italian Exhibition Group (IEG).

Below are OROAREZZO’s most significant numbers:

  • 4 Show days during which companies will meet with buyers from all over the world and numerous initiatives to enhance and promote the excellence of Made in Italy gold jewellery manufacturing will be proposed;
  • Over 8,000 square metres of outfitted space where exhibitors will be able to display their finest collections and welcome Italian and international customers and prospects;
  • 3 exhibition areas: the first, and largest, dedicated to the very best gold jewellery production offer from the most qualified and admired Italian manufacture, the second to Cash & Carry, a dynamic and innovative space that provides the chance for companies to sell ready goods and the third features  Tech and Tech-3D for the latest cutting edge processing technologies;
  • Over 600 exhibiting companies representing the manufacturing excellence of the main Italian gold districts;
  • 75% of the exhibitors are gold jewellery companies, 13% produce machinery and 12% are in the Cash and Carry section;
  • Over 450 top international guest buyers, thanks to the support from the Ministry of Economic Development (MISE) and the Italian Trade Agency (ICE), from 60 countries in Made in Italy’s main outlet areas, as well as targeted Italian retailers participation.

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