14 Jul 2020

Made in Steel takes part in the study by CFI

The return to normal after the crisis generated by COVID 19 is gaining momentum. We have begun to travel and reunite again. From September fairs will also restart. But with new needs and requirements.

CFI – Comitato Fiere Industria is promoting a collective study of the trade fair sector in Italy which, involving dozens of trade fairs, thousands of exhibitors, and buyers/visitors from all over the world, aims to study the role of trade fairs within the restart.

Made in Steel joins in the analysis by sending to exhibitors and visitors of the last edition of the Conference & Exhibition a short questionnaire. The anonymous answers will help us shape the ninth edition of Made in Steel, which will be safer, more beautiful, and more performing in its ability to generate business.

If you attended or visited the 2019 edition of Made in Steel and would like to participate in the questionnaire, but have not received the link, send an email to segreteria@madeinsteel.it.

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