Abierto el pre-registro de profesionales para visitar INTERGIFT, BISUTEX y MADRID JOYA

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Con importantes descuentos, la oportunidad de obtener el pase directo a los tres salones, valido para los cinco días de su celebración; disponer de bonos descuentos para su desplazamiento a Madrid en Renfe, Iberia y ...

Los profesionales que hayan previsto asistir a la próxima edición de  los salones  Intergift, Bisutex y MadridJoya, que organizados por IFEMA se celebrarán  entre los días  20 al 24 de septiembre de 2017 en Feria de Madrid, tienen ya a su disposición el sistema de  pre-registro online que les permitirá obtener su pase directo a las tres ferias y beneficiarse de importantes descuentos en el precio de la entrada.

Estos descuentos varían dependiendo de la fecha en que se haya realizado el pre-registro, de manera que los profesionales que lo efectúen antes del 19 de agosto  disfrutarán de un 50%  (precio final 12€)  y, entre el 19 de agosto y el 19  de septiembre, de un 25% (precio final 18€).   Para aquellos que decidan comprar su pase directamente en taquilla, se contemplan dos precios según el momento de su adquisición: 24€  los días  20 y 21 de septiembre (miércoles y jueves) y 30€ los días 22, 23 y 24 de septiembre (viernes, sábado y domingo).   

Igualmente, este servicio ofrece la posibilidad de imprimir directamente la acreditación profesional, lo que agiliza el proceso y minimiza los tiempos. Los profesionales pre-registrados también podrán disponer de  importantes ventajas, como bonos descuentos para su desplazamiento a Madrid en  Renfe, Iberia y Avis, y acceder al  Servicio de Reuniones que permite solicitar cita a los expositores que les interese y recibir información de todas las  novedades de esta edición. 

La entrada  es válida para acceder a las tres ferias durante los cinco días de su celebración 

El pre-registro se encuentra alojado en las  Webs de las Ferias, en las siguientes direcciones:

http://www.ifema.es/intergift_01/Visitantes/registro/index.htm

http://www.ifema.es/bisutex_01/Visitantes/registro/index.htm

http://www.ifema.es/madridjoya_01/Visitantes/registro/index.htm

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Alta representación de la joyería cordobesa en Madridjoya

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Diseño, creatividad y elaboración artesanal son algunas de las características de esta joyería que triunfa por todo el mundo desde hace años

Organizado por IFEMA, Madridjoya se celebrará entre los días 20 al ...

La próxima edición de Madridjoya, que se celebrará entre los días 20 al 24 de septiembre en el pabellón 10 de IFEMA, contará con una importante representación de empresas joyeras de  Córdoba, que mostrarán las últimas propuestas de una oferta caracterizada por el cuidado diseño, la creatividad y la elaboración artesanal.  

Una joyería  que triunfa por todo el mundo desde hace años y que tendrá en esta edición de MadridJoya uno de sus más completos referentes,  a través de la participación de empresas de la talla de  Azzo Plata, CH joyeros; Condevera; Cordobesa de Relojes y Joyas; Diaz y Villar Joyeros; Fapesur; Fidda; Francisco Nuñez Marquez; GYD Jewel Solutions; Hijos de Alfonso Román; Hiper&Plata; Hnos González Muñoz, Innovaline; Joyasur – Rafaél Rodriguez Galiot;  Keep Me; Manuel Ruso Jimenez, Merina; No solo en plata; Obrero Joyeros; Perez Mora; Petrai/La Petra; Rafael Rodríguez; Tagor, o  Vicente Manzano, entre otros.

En las nuevas colecciones de la joyería cordobesa los diseños elaborados en oro, brillantes y piedras preciosas, compartirán protagonismo  con piezas de plata de líneas muy vanguardistas, realizadas con  piedras de cristal tintado, así como con el sector de industrias afines, que pondrá el acento a la alta calidad de productos para el embalaje de joyería.

MadridJoya se celebrará de forma simultánea a los Salones  Intergift y Bisutex, que en su edición de septiembre 2016, congregaron a los sectores del  regalo y  la decoración;  bisutería y  complementos de moda, así como la joyería, relojería, platería e industrias afines, en torno a un gran evento que reunió a  1.566 empresas y marcas de 25 países, y recibió la  visita de 42.354 profesionales de 75 países.

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IFEMA aspires to be a global operator

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· This was made clear by Clemente González Soler, President of the Executive Committee of IFEMA, at the Forum Europa de Nueva Economía
· During the event, he announced that IFEMA will ...

Madrid. 9 June 2017. Today, IFEMA presented the main aspects of its five-year strategy and explained the ambitious, imminent challenges facing by the institution at the Forum Europa de Nueva Economia, led by the president of its Executive Committee, Clemente González Soler.

During the event, which was introduced by Bankia chairman José Ignacio Goirigolzarri, Gonzalez Soler put IFEMA’s ultimate objective on the table: “We aim to be a global operator, with Madrid as the main epicentre to strengthen its position”. After summing up his first year at the helm of IFEMA, he explained how all the bodies making up the Institution have agreed to align their efforts and objectives. This unity was underlined by the presence of Luis Cueto, general coordinator at the City Council, who recently handed over responsibility for the Presidency of the Governing Board of IFEMA to Engracia Hidalgo, Director of Economy, Employment, and Revenue of the Community of Madrid, who was also at the event with Juan Pablo Lázaro, president of the CEIM.

 “We must grow to be relevant on the international scene. To do this, our five-year plan seeks to achieve average annual growth of 12%, doubling turnover in 2022, with revenue of €203 million. In fact, the five-year goal sets a target of earning 20% of our income from international business”, explained González Soler.

Estimates for 2017 are already taking us along this path, with the institution expecting to reach a figure of 30,000 exhibitor companies, 3 million visitors and 1 million square metres of exhibition space, which requires increasing the surface area by 2.2 million square metres to achieve this target. This enormous increase in activity is expected to ensure international competitiveness. At today’s date, there are already 100 large-scale events on the calendar, comprising trade fairs, conferences, and festivals, as well as almost 500 different types of events.

Our sights are set on international activity

In 2017, IFEMA has programmed six fairs abroad, in Cairo, Lisbon, Santiago de Chile, and Shanghai, with their own brands and targeting a variety of professional sectors. Among the main objectives are Ibero-America, where, as well as the fairs scheduled to take place in Chile, the institution is working on new projects in Peru, Colombia, and Mexico.

IFEMA also has its eye on Asia, where it is collaborating with Korea, as well as fairs in China, and other initiatives under discussion in India. When it comes to Africa, Fruit Attraction Mena has already been held twice in Egypt and will soon hit the ground in Shanghai. We are also working on a project to take the event to Latin America. Nor should we forget Europe, where we are collaborating with Bulgaria and Romania, and in Italy with Fiera di Roma, and with Rimini and Vicenza, through Italian Exhibition Group. Another recent advance is IFEMA’s participation in the consortium for strategic and business consultancy in the Los Cabos and La Paz Convention Centres in Baja California Sur.

Upcoming infrastructure management projects

Regarding new projects in the pipeline to be announced within the coming months, González Soler revealed the plan to manage of Madrid City Council’s Palacio de Congresos, and the possibility of operating the Palacio de Congresos in La Castellana. He also announced that to cope with this increase in activity, particularly in the conference area, they are considering building a large Convention Centre on a plot reserved in the Parque de Valdebebas.

According to the president, during this new stage, IFEMA aims to “Be more and do more. Be more socially and economically profitable; more productive; more ecological; more innovative”. IFEMA already has top-ranking global trade fairs like FITUR and ARCO, and one of its most immediate challenges is to “position at least one of its trade fairs as the world’s number one.

 A benchmark for large international congresses

IFEMA also operates in a very relevant field for Madrid in terms of business tourism by attracting large congresses and conventions. “The year 2017 is proving spectacular in this respect, with a dozen large international congresses, particularly in the medical sector, which will attract more than 120,000 visitors with high spending power to Madrid”. In 2018, also a year for important conferences, the world’s leading pharmaceutical platform will be back in Madrid. The leading event for pharmaceutical ingredients will bring 43,000 professionals and more than 2,500 companies to the city, and is expected to be worth around €300 million to the city”.

He also announced a variety of targets for diversifying and broadening the range and nature of the activities taking place at IFEMA, which will include a Harry Potter Exhibition and a line-up of concerts that will keep the venue busy year-round, increasing the current rotation of 9.5 to the target figure of 15 to 16 rotations over the coming years.

Leading trade fair transformation

“Beyond advanced strategies, a major driving force of change and growth will be innovation. We will pioneer the transformation of fairs, the fair of the future as an international benchmark”. Among IFEMA’s main objectives is to digitalise its activity, making the necessary investments and developing an integral website, which groups and provides services, creates loyalty, and captures customers and suppliers; digitalising all communication and providing a digital environment that embodies the fair experience. 

The president of IFEMA talked about the virtues of trade fair activity, an excellent tool to support hundreds of business sectors and thousands of companies, which moves significant flows of people, goods and services and causes and translates into the creation of significant wealth in our surroundings. A total of €2,500 million of induced income is generated for every €100 million of turnover. All this with a solvent institution, the only debt-free exhibition centre in the country, which receives no subsidies and which earns accounting profits.

Lastly, González Soler underlined IFEMA’s desire to represent the Madrid brand and project Spain, by epitomising the qualities associated with the company’s ideal: solvency and trustworthiness; efficient use of public resources; credible projects and effective administration. “

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Marta Cacho | Media Liaison Officer | mcacho@ifema.es

 

 

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IFEMA to participate in the consortium for strategic and business consultancy in the ...

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It will work in collaboration with Mexican company ACTIDEA in Los Cabos and La Paz

IFEMA has recently been providing assistance and strategic and business consultancy services to Mexican company ACTIDEA, as a result of which the latter has been successful in the invitation to tender launched by the Government of the State of Baja California del Sur, which owns two convention centres in Los Cabos and La Paz. The contract will mean operating both sites, development and positioning them within the business meeting tourism sector.

As part of its task to provide consultancy services and strategic business assistance to the successful Mexican company, ACTIDEA, IFEMA will help to develop strategic and business plans for both centres, and in different areas that will enable it to design lines of action, such as carrying out evaluations and making recommendations on the impact of driving the meeting tourism industry on the community: technical advice on adapting the site and installing services; defining the management company; training processes, and general business advice, as well as acting as an international agent to attract events.

Baja California del Sur relies on tourism as its main source of income, hence the need for a plan for operating and developing meeting tourism through professional, efficient management that will give content and suitability to the available facilities. In fact, according to 2015 data released by the state, a total of 5,952 meetings, primarily incentive programmes, and corporate meetings (36% of all those held in Mexico) as well as association conferences and, to a lesser extent, trade fairs and exhibitions held at hotels, restaurants, universities, with a mere two events held at the convention centres.

The La Paz Convention Centre, which was built in 2014, it has yet to market and develop the meeting tourism sector. The main, 3,000 m2 site has space for 3,600 people, as well as other suitable spaces for conventions, exhibitions, and festivals.

These days, La Paz, the state capital, and site of Government Departments, has three research centres, a biotechnology park, and a campus for 4,000 students, meaning there is potential to position the facilities as a venue for national scientific congresses and conventions. Another advantage is its excellent air connections with 17 national airports and six national airlines. When it comes to hotel infrastructures, it has 1,913 rooms, 8% of which are in five-star hotels and 38% in four-star hotels, with average occupation of 43%.

The Los Cabos International Convention Centre was opened in 2012 to host the G20 Summit, and has a total indoor area of 12,840 m2, with a main space of 5,400 m2 and space for 6,500 people.

Regarding the luxury tourism sector, where there has been extensive growth, Los Cabos received between 10% and 50% of the incentive tourism.  There are excellent air connections with six national and 30 international airports, and it has an extensive range of hotels, with 12,448 rooms, 80% in five-star hotels and with an average occupation rate of 71%.

Global operator

In 2017, IFEMA will be holding six fairs abroad, in Cairo, Lisbon, Santiago de Chile, and Shanghai, with their own brands and targeting a variety of professional sectors. Among the main objectives are Ibero-America, where, as well as the fairs scheduled to take place in Chile, the institution is working on new projects in Peru, Colombia, and Mexico.

It is also looking to operate in Asia, where it is collaborating with Korea, as well as fairs in China, and other initiatives under discussion in India. When it comes to Africa, Fruit Attraction Mena has already been held twice in Egypt and will soon start operating in Shanghai, and it is working on a project to take the event to Latin America. Nor should we forget Europe, where we are collaborating with Bulgaria and Romania, and in Italy with Fiera di Roma, and with Rimini and Vicenza, through Italian Exhibition Group. A busy line-up of activities, now joined by IFEMA's participation in the consortium for strategic and business consultancy in the Los Cabos and La Paz de Baja Convention Centres in Baja California Sur.

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