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IEG: the Summit of the Italian Jewel Back to Arezzo

The second edition of the event organized by IEG in collaboration with City of Arezzo, Chamber of Commerce of Arezzo Siena and Arezzo Fairs and Congresses

The second edition of the Italian Jewel Summit, a summit that gathers all the leaders of the jewelry and jewellery sector of the national trade associations, will talk about strategies to meet the new challenges of Made in Italy: internationalization, training, production innovation and supply chain.

Scheduled for Friday, December 2, 2022 in Arezzo, the Summit of the Italian Jewel is dedicated to jewelry and jewelry Made in Italy, an opportunity for comparison between the protagonists of the sector on the dynamics of the supply chain and the market. With an eye to the future. 

«We are pleased to bring again to Arezzo a moment of strategic confrontation for the Italian goldsmith and jewelry, with the full involvement of all the protagonists of the sector in a territory so welcoming and rich in excellence as the Tuscan district - underlines the global exhibition director of the Jewellery & Fashion division of the Italian Exhibition Group, Marco Carniello. It is essential to continue in the maximum support to the Made in Italy of jewelry - a mission for IEG - in the wake of the positive trend built in recent years, addressing in a compact way the critical and exceptional nature of the context and the market". 

Expected in the spaces of Arezzo Fairs and Congresses on the occasion of the Summit also the top management of Agenzia ICE, the public body responsible for the consolidation and economic and commercial development of our companies on foreign markets. 

On the agenda the key issues for the national sector, challenges and opportunities: from export to training, from the implications of the geopolitical context to productive innovation and the supply chain. A strategic meeting that stems from the synergy between all the actors in the sector and also intends to enhance the territory of Arezzo, home to the largest goldsmith production district in Europe. With a shared goal: the development of Italian jewelry. 

"The Summit aims to become the event that brings together the players of Made in Italy for a common definition of tools and paths on which to base their competitive advantage: We aim to be increasingly strong on international markets, more aware and confident in the face of current and future challenges".

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