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29 Nov, 2017

Top International Footwear Trade Shows

Top International Footwear Trade Shows

Take a look at our selection of Footwear Trade Shows over the first part of 2018. We hope you might find something interesting for you.

Expo Riva Schuh (Riva del Garda, Italy, 13−16 January) is today’s leading international exhibition for volume production footwear at a mid-range price point. It is Europe’s most important event for this market segment. Expo Riva Schuh is a meeting place for international business: an event where companies and buyers from around the world meet and interact. There are companies from Italy and Europe, as well as the increasingly important presence of companies from India, China, and Brazil — the world leaders in footwear production.

Primetime Shoes (Frankfurt, Germany, 27−29 January)

MICAM (Milan, Italy, 11−14 February, 16−19 September) is the leading international footwear fair, promoted by the Association of Italian Footwear Manufacturers. The event is held twice a year in Milan, the fashion capital, in the modern and functional fair grounds of Rho Fiera. In February and September, a sneak — preview of the autumn/winter collections and those for spring/summer of the following year are presented. The result is a complete and wide range of goods featuring quality, design and innovation, a unique platform that successfully combines business, glamour and communication. The fair occupies an exhibition area of 63000 m2 and plays host to over 1400 companies each edition, of which 800 are Italian and 600 international. Together they represent over 30 different countries. Given the attendance figures of 90000 visits per year, of which around 54000 come from abroad, MICAM confirms its role as a privileged showcase for promoting new collections. At the same time, it is also a decisive opportunity to do business and establish tangible commercial contacts.

MAGIC (Las Vegas, USA, 11−14 February) is the United States most comprehensive fashion marketplace. This international showcase is the pillar of branded footwear featuring men’s, women’s, juniors' and children’s footwear brands from more than 30 countries.

MOMAD (Madrid, Spain, 2−4 March) is the commercial platform for Spanish brands product exports, organized by IFEMA. Over 200 exhibitors, more then 5000 visitors and 350 footwear and accessories brands attended the event last September.

Fashion Access (Hong Kong, China, 14−16 March) is a global showcase of the latest collections on bags, footwear, leather goods, travel ware, fashion accessories, leather garments by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) & Original Design Manufacturers (ODM) as well as independent brands.

Other fashion events: Top Bridal Fashion Shows, Top Specialized Lingerie Trade Shows, A Calendar of Italian Fashion Weeks, Events and Trade Fairs, 2018 Fashion Calendar in UK, The Key Fashion Events in Spain, A Calendar of Fashion Weeks, Events and Trade Fairs in Germany, Nearest Fashion Shows in Paris

More information about some 2018 trade fairs: Top Drink & Beverage Trade Shows around the World, BaselWorld Cuts Number of Exhibitors by Half, Top International Footwear Trade Shows, Top International Children and Maternity Trade Shows, The Best Gem and Jewelry Trade Shows, Biggest International Boat & Yacht Shows, Must-Visit in 2018 International Cosmetic Shows, Top International Golf Trade Shows

Read more about new consumers: Retail Future, Top 10 Lessons for Retailers, Retail and Consumer Products Trends, How do consumers shop (Part 1, Part 2), Urban World: The Global Consumers to Watch

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