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Vicenzaoro Returns in March 2021

New dates to support the industry’s exports and presence on the global markets.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Italian Exhibition Group’s 2021 jewelry agenda will resume from the most highly anticipated stage for those involved in international gold and jewelry: Vicenzaoro will be spotlighting the latest ideas, trends and strategies in the jewelry world March 12-16 at Vicenza Expo Centre. Running at the same time will be T.Gold, the show specifically for technologies and machinery for jewelry processing.

A core event for the community due to its ability to express and optimally represent the entire manufacturing supply chain, act as a launching showcase for collections by top brands and a privileged observatory on jewelry style and design trends, the first annual edition of Vicenzaoro will shift from January to March in a timeframe that is more favorable for the industry’s business dynamics and the resumption of international mobility from Europe as well as the U.S., Japan, Russia and the Middle and Far East.

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A decision endorsed by companies and associations that responds to the need to guarantee the “Jewellery Boutique Show” players the widest international visibility and the greatest matching opportunities with strategic market buyers thanks to the contribution of Agenzia ICE – the Italian Trade Agency and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

In the wake of last September’s experience with VOICE – Vicenzaoro International Community Event, the first event dedicated to the sector’s recovery and the trailblazer show in terms of live attendance and digital integration on the international calendar, the March edition of the Vicenzaoro renews IEG’s commitment to accompanying the sector’s companies onto the world markets with its ability to listen, flexibility and vision.

Vicenza Expo Center will host the international audience with an articulate exhibition offer in homogenous communities arranged by target and positioning featuring all the very latest ideas, from semi-processed goods to the finished product, from gems to packaging, from pearls to solutions for visual merchandising and including the world of watches as well as multiple moments for debate and events with the sector’s most authoritative voices.

Accompanying the live experience is also the digital platform I-MOP (IEG Meeting Omnichannel Platform) which, enriched with new features, will help to enhance business, networking and communication opportunities.

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Flanking Italian Exhibition Group at the first edition of Vicenzaoro 2021 will be institutions, organizations and sector associations such as CIBJO, Confindustria Federorafi, Confartigianato, Confimi Industria orafa e argentiera, CNA, Federpreziosi Confcommercio, AFEMO – Italian Association of Jewellery Machinery Manufacturers and Exporters, Assocoral – Coral, Cameo and jewelry producers from Torre del Greco and IGI – Italian Gemmological Institute.

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