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29/01/2015

+13% MORE BUYERS AT VICENZAORO JANUARY 2015

The new concept VICENZAORO The Boutique ShowTM wins over exhibitors, buyers and visitors. The new exhibitive format introduced with the VICENZAORO January edition, the most important gold and jewellery Show in the world organised by Fiera di Vicenza, met with enormous favour on the part of the industry's traders. The new layout was especially appreciated for having facilitated business meetings between buyers and companies thanks to subdividing the offer into six highly identifiable clusters, to the orderly and efficient organisation, and the incredible innovation that Fiera di Vicenza thus proposed in the panorama of international gold and jewellery Trade Shows.A judgment accompanied by decidedly positive numbers at this edition of VICENZAORO January 2015, which drew to a close today. Fiera di Vicenza's 9 pavilions and 29,000 m² hosted over 1,500 brands, touching on a grand total of over 33,000 visitors in the six days of the Show. With a significant increase of 13% compared to the 2014 edition, 18,532 buyers passed through the turnstiles. The number of foreign traders, which reached 8,361 from 122 countries, recording an 8% increase, confirmed Fiera di Vicenza's international inclination and interest for Made in Italy jewellery. The number of Italian traders, +18%, also increased reaching 10,171, a figure that encourages optimism in terms of a possible recovery of the domestic market.In terms of buyers' countries of origin, a general increase from the Euro zone, the Balkan area and central-eastern Europe was recorded, with a contradictory position concerning Russia. Confirmation comes from the Asian republics of the ex USSR. A general growth also from the Mediterranean basin and middle-eastern sub-continent. India and China confirm the growing role of high-range markets. The United States highlight renewed interest in Italian quality products as does Latin America in general, despite the difficult access caused by customs barriers.

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