Cersaie 2022 almost fully sold out

92% of exhibition space at the 39th edition of Cersaie, due to be held from 26 to 30 September in Bologna, had been booked by the beginning of May.

Cersaie, to be held from 26 to 30 September in the Bologna Exhibition Centre, is almost completely sold out. Five months before the show is due to begin, exhibitor companies have booked more than 92% of the available exhibition space across 15 halls despite the current climate of uncertainty.

This reflects the positive outlook amongst exhibitors and bodes well for higher levels of attendance on the part of Italian and international construction, architecture and interior design professionals, especially now that the Covid-related restrictions on the use of transport and accommodation facilities are being gradually eased.

Key features of the show include the destination management campaign for foreign professionals and the international promotion activities organised with the support of the Italian Trade Agency ITA and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Cersaie 2022 will feature the customary packed programme of high-quality international educational events, including conventions and institutional press conferences, the architecture and interior design events in the Building, Dwelling, Thinking programme, the press cafés organised by trade publications, and the technical seminars and training sessions held as part of Tiling Town.

In addition, the in-person show will be accompanied from 19 September to 7 October by Cersaie Digital, a platform designed to host on-line meetings between exhibitors and visitors.


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