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Sold Out for Vicenzaoro September

Work in progress, temporary halls, trends, training talks, the exhibition celebrating 70 years of the show, but above all, 1,200 exhibitors from 35 countries. Vicenza is getting ready for another record edition

Work in progress at Vicenza Expo Centre, where the big redevelopment project for the area has been underway since February. In the meantime, however, it is business as usual with events maintaining the same quantity and variety of companies. Facts confirmed by Matteo Farsura, Italian Exhibition Group’s Global Exhibition Manager Jewellery & Fashion Division, who has anticipated some numbers regarding the next edition of Vicenzaoro, which is already sold out thanks to the 1,200 exhibiting brands expected to attend, 40% of which will be of foreign origin, for a total of 35 countries. «Having demolished halls 2 and 5 in the center of the Expo grounds, the international gold and jewelry show is looking to the future. Adhering to the timetable will repay the joint effort of all IEG's stakeholders with a clear strategic vision of Vicenzaoro, backed strongly by its 70-year history, on the podium of global events. From the September edition until that of January 2026, three temporary halls will ensure the continuity of all sectors, with the same number of exhibitors, in anticipation of the 22,000 square meter hall designed by Hamburg-based Studio GMP.» As is now customary, the September edition will also see the return, from September 6th to 8th, of VO'Clock Privé, the B2C area accessible to lovers of timepieces and watch culture. The show will also feature the panels of national and international trade associations such as CIBJO, Confindustria Federorafi, Confartigianato Orafi, Confcommercio Federpreziosi, CNA Orafi, Confimi Industria Categoria Orafa ed Argentiera, Assogemme, Assocoral and A.F.E.M.O., not to mention economic data, the new edition of the Trendbook, IEG's independent Observatory on contemporary jewelry edited by Trendvision Jewellery + Forecasting.

As for the rest, here is how the areas in the temporary halls will be redistributed: the “Creation” community will host jewelry manufacturers in temporary hall 4a, next to hall. 4. Semi-finished products and jewelry (formerly in halls 2 and 5) will be in temporary hall 7a, connected to hall 7; packaging companies in the “Expression” community will be in temporary hall 10 with its own entrance and connected to halls 1 and 3. Hall 3.2 will also be open with 300 square meters largely dedicated to lab-grown diamonds. Ready-to-wear sales will be located in the Palakiss. The best international jewelry and loose gemstones will be on display as usual in Halls 3.1 and 3, while in Hall 1, B2B operators will complete their showcase with contemporary watchmaking from the “Time” community. For the sake of clarity and to support exhibitors and visitors, a new interactive map of the Expo grounds, with detailed information and a specific helpdesk service, is online at www.vicenzaoro.com.

Lastly, it should be mentioned that, as part of the continuation of the Vicenza gold fair’s 70th anniversary celebrations, during Vicenzaoro September 24, the city will also provide the setting for VIOFF, the off-show events organized in collaboration with Vicenza City Council.

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