IEG ready to restart: Relief for Italian econ...
IEG ready to restart

Relief for Italian economy

The calendar of events of Italian Exhibition Group (IEG) has seen some rescheduling, but the company is ready to restart. IEG CEO Corrado Peraboni stated: "Trade fairs are and will remain the most powerful business multipliers. The pandemic stopped them, cutting activity by 80% in 2020, but, in agreement with the stakeholders, we have prepared projects for 2021 that will contribute in a decisive manner to exporting the best of made in Italy. It must be remembered that Italy's trade expos generate business amounting to60 billion euros annually. Their restart will be the most substantial strategic relief that Italy's economy can be offered."
„Trade fairs are and will remain the most powerful business multipliers.“
Corrado Peraboni, CEO IEG
SIGEP, the international trade show for the dessert-and-coffee foodservice industry, will launch its 'Road map to SIGEP 2022' leading up to the trade show scheduled to be held from January 22 to 26, 2022 at Rimini expo centre, with a completely digital version from March 15 to 17, 2021. Beer & Food Attraction, the expo dedicated to excellent beer, beverages and food for the HoReCa sector, and BBTech Expo, the professional exhibition of technologies for beers and beverages, are also planning a run-up to the 2022 edition which will begin with a fully digital event from April 12 to 14, 2021.

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