An international promotion week for CremonaFiere: from the 16th to the 22nd of February scheduled meetings with the representatives of Taiwan, Slovenia, Ireland, Korea, Spain and Romania.

CremonaFiere, recognised by the Ministry of Economic Development as a representative of the made in Italy for animal husbandry and the luthier tradition, is expanding its network through joint promotional activities with its exhibitors.

CremonaFiere will have a very busy week in promoting its Exhibitions at an international level, and it is working hard to strengthen its business relations with professionals from countries that are proving to be a more interesting option for new business.

At this stage, after a careful market research, several presentations and high-level meetings were scheduled with the representatives of some of the most dynamic international companies in their respective sector at CremonaFiere. In particular, CremonaFiere’s staff will meet the representatives of TAITRA – Taiwan Trade Center, of the Consulate of Slovenia, of Enterprise Ireland, of KOTRA – Korea Trade Investment Promotion Agency, of ICEX Spain, and of the Romanian Consulate.
The aim of the meetings is to find new collaborations and set up delegations of professionals for Cremona International Livestock Exhibitions and Mondomusica.

CREMONAFIERE WANTS TO JOIN FORCES WITH ITS EXHIBITORS
AND TOGETHER PROMOTE THE ITALIAN MODEL

CremonaFiere, after having met different companies of the livestock and violin making sector and having realized the most immediate needs, is carrying the made in Italy ambassadors concept through a number of foreign projects in which its exhibitors will take part: after having surveyed the livestock companies, the promotional missions will mainly focus in Eastern Europe and in Eurasia, two markets that currently have the most growth potential.

These actions are a clear signal that CremonaFiere is making progress by not just being the world’s leading marketplace in its sectors but also playing a crucial role in the development of the entire Italian production model in international markets.

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