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MIDO 2022 goes back to the origins, taking place from Saturday 30 April to Monday 2 May
MIDO 2022 goes back to the origins, taking place from Saturday 30 April to Monday 2 May in Milano Rho Fiera: the decision to move the show was driven by the will to ensure exhibitors and visitors the best business conditions, even in this global pandemic situation. The new dates represent a profitable period for commercial activities, still respecting the ongoing of other international eyewear fairs. This is a strategic time of the year for business and internationalisation, taking MIDO back to its origins, as its first edition actually took place in the month of May: the hope is that the arrival of spring will also bring safer and easier travel between countries, confirming MIDO as a key element in the industry on a global level.
Giovanni Vitaloni, chairman of MIDO, stated: “Today it seems fairly clear to us that an international fair held in February would risk a reduced numbers of participants, both exhibitors and visitors. We wish to reflect the needs of companies and confirm MIDO as the top event of the year, in a 2022 that is already showing important signs of recovery for the eyewear industry worldwide.
MIDO 2022 held from the end of April to the beginning of May is the best date for us to return to fulfil our mission: creating and maximising international business opportunities while conferring prestige and vitality to a strategic sector. We are also working to be ready to welcome exhibitors and visitors in maximum safety, following the most updated regulations”.
The leading worldwide eyewear event, about three months away, reconfirms its format, welcoming registrations from visitors who again this year will have special trains available, provided by the event organisers, stopping at Rho Fiera and with seats which can be booked directly on the website www.mido.com. Mido is working on a packed programme of events (Otticlub area and Centro Congressi). Furthermore, the digital platform is already available, launched last June for MIDO 2021, where it is possible to launch initial contact activity in the run-up to the April event.
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