Time for Beauty at Vicenzaoro

Vicenzaoro September 2019 is underway and, with 5 days of conferences, meetings and numerous exhibition new entries, confirms its role as a global platform in the gold and jewelry sector


Five full days of meetings, conferences and events form the corollary of a trade show that promises to be more dynamic than ever right from the Vicenzaoro September 2019 opening ceremony. The debate at the now customary VISIO.NEXT, the opening round table of international experts, scheduled to take place today at 10.30 am in the Tiziano Room (Hall 7.1), will focus on a globally topical theme that IEG Italian Exhibition Group has already been targeting for some time: “Spreading Sustainability”. In other words, how to spread the culture of sustainability, transmit its importance and look to the most effective best practices in order to embark on the greenest possible entrepreneurial path. The event, moderated by Fabio Tamburini, editor of Sole 24 Ore, will see experts from the fashion world, journalists and international influencers, government representatives and leading gold and jewelry companies that are already developing Corporate Social Responsibility projects, exchanging their views. Simonetta Di Tommaso from the Ministry of Economic Development will be opening the debate followed by Will Kahn, Market Director for Jewelry at Moda Operandi and Contributing Editor for Town and Country Magazine, Cristina Squarcialupi, Vice President of Unoaerre, Matteo Ward, Ceo and Cmo Wrad, Creative Director Wrad Communications. The talk will be followed by the cutting of the ribbon in the presence of Lorenzo Cagnoni, IEG President. Traceability, ethical commerce and environmental protection are also the mainstays of CIBJO, the World Jewelry Confederation, which this year celebrates its first ten years of collaboration with IEG Italian Exhibition Group. And it will do so with a seminar entitled “Technological solutions for sustainability and responsible sourcing in the jewelry industry”, set to take place on 9th September at 11 am in the Tiziano Room with contributions from international names such as the De Beers Group, Gübelin Gem Lab, Richline Group and Dragonfly Initiative. In addition to these important events, the September edition will also see many new entries. First and foremost, the deployment of the T-Evolution concept, an area specifically for technologies to be applied also in small workshops and jewelers, with a series of daily appointments centered on high-tech. Today begins with a conference on the “Evolution of digital production and 4.0 manufacturing” (Tiziano Room, 2.30 pm), which will present two sides of the picture with Vicenza-based DWS, a model company specialized in 3D printing and InValenza, a concrete example of how institutions and universities can systematize in the sector. A system that has led to the creation of the Saint Eligius Brotherhood Competition and, through this, to the selection of young talents from all over Europe who have now been employed.  But Vicenzaoro is an event that goes well beyond what happens inside the Exhibition Center. In fact, this opening day’s program includes an evening outside the trade show that is decidedly worth mentioning. It starts with the Salvador Dalí exhibition at the Museo del Gioiello jewelry museum curated by Beniamino Levi, President of the Dalí Universe, and continues with an opening cocktail at the Basilica Palladiana, during which wines form Allegrini Estates, making its debut as an official Vicenzaoro partner, can be enjoyed.  Events at the Show will begin again on Sunday: besides the usual Gem Talks and Digital Talks, respectively dedicated to the mainstream of the gemological and digital worlds, the TV Talk: Trendvision Jewellery + Forecasting format will also be debuting with a talk show-style conference on forecasts for the coming seasons and the fundamental role that bloggers and influencers play, all outlined in the new edition of “The Jewellery TrendBook 2021”. Numerous appointments then for those who want to take advantage of these trade show days and be updated on everything that the global scene has to offer, without, of course, neglecting the exhibitors. One of the most highly anticipated big new entries is Stephen Webster, while The Design Room and The Watch Room will once again provide exhibition formats of great public interest. The former with its careful selection of international designers, and the latter will evolve even further with a capsule collection of 12 brands, from the easy-to-wear fashion by Barbosa to the high-range items by Corum. I Five full days of meetings, conferences and events form the corollary of a trade show that promises to be more dynamic than ever right from the Vicenzaoro September 2019 opening ceremony. The debate at the now customary VISIO.NEXT, the opening round table of international experts, scheduled to take place today at 10.30 am in the Tiziano Room (Hall 7.1), will focus on a globally topical theme that IEG Italian Exhibition Group has already been targeting for some time: “Spreading Sustainability”. In other words, how to spread the culture of sustainability, transmit its importance and look to the most effective best practices in order to embark on the greenest possible entrepreneurial path. The event, moderated by Fabio Tamburini, editor of Sole 24 Ore, will see experts from the fashion world, journalists and international influencers, government representatives and leading gold and jewelry companies that are already developing Corporate Social Responsibility projects, exchanging their views. Simonetta Di Tommaso from the Ministry of Economic Development will be opening the debate followed by Will Kahn, Market Director for Jewelry at Moda Operandi and Contributing Editor for Town and Country Magazine, Cristina Squarcialupi, Vice President of Unoaerre, Matteo Ward, Ceo and Cmo Wrad, Creative Director Wrad Communications. The talk will be followed by the cutting of the ribbon in the presence of Lorenzo Cagnoni, IEG President. Traceability, ethical commerce and environmental protection are also the mainstays of CIBJO, the World Jewelry Confederation, which this year celebrates its first ten years of collaboration with IEG Italian Exhibition Group. And it will do so with a seminar entitled “Technological solutions for sustainability and responsible sourcing in the jewelry industry”, set to take place on 9th September at 11 am in the Tiziano Room with contributions from international names such as the De Beers Group, Gübelin Gem Lab, Richline Group and Dragonfly Initiative. In addition to these important events, the September edition will also see many new entries. First and foremost, the deployment of the T-Evolution concept, an area specifically for technologies to be applied also in small workshops and jewelers, with a series of daily appointments centered on high-tech. Today begins with a conference on the “Evolution of digital production and 4.0 manufacturing” (Tiziano Room, 2.30 pm), which will present two sides of the picture with Vicenza-based DWS, a model company specialized in 3D printing and InValenza, a concrete example of how institutions and universities can systematize in the sector. A system that has led to the creation of the Saint Eligius Brotherhood Competition and, through this, to the selection of young talents from all over Europe who have now been employed.  But Vicenzaoro is an event that goes well beyond what happens inside the Exhibition Center. In fact, this opening day’s program includes an evening outside the trade show that is decidedly worth mentioning. It starts with the Salvador Dalí exhibition at the Museo del Gioiello jewelry museum curated by Beniamino Levi, President of the Dalí Universe, and continues with an opening cocktail at the Basilica Palladiana, during which wines form Allegrini Estates, making its debut as an official Vicenzaoro partner, can be enjoyed.  Events at the Show will begin again on Sunday: besides the usual Gem Talks and Digital Talks, respectively dedicated to the mainstream of the gemological and digital worlds, the TV Talk: Trendvision Jewellery + Forecasting format will also be debuting with a talk show-style conference on forecasts for the coming seasons and the fundamental role that bloggers and influencers play, all outlined in the new edition of “The Jewellery TrendBook 2021”. Numerous appointments then for those who want to take advantage of these trade show days and be updated on everything that the global scene has to offer, without, of course, neglecting the exhibitors. One of the most highly anticipated big new entries is Stephen Webster, while The Design Room and The Watch Room will once again provide exhibition formats of great public interest. The former with its careful selection of international designers, and the latter will evolve even further with a capsule collection of 12 brands, from the easy-to-wear fashion by Barbosa to the high-range items by Corum.

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