Madrid, 24 February, 2017.- A total of 10 works have been acquired by the Fundación ARCO at ARCOmadrid, to the value of 146,000 euro, funded by private donations and the proceeds from the dinner held on the occasion of the Fundación ARCO 2017 Awards. These acquisitions will become part of the Fundación ARCO Collection, housed at the Comunidad de Madrid’s CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo.
Supported by the ANICE Association, the fair was born with the aim of becoming the benchmark for the industry and to leverage the internationalisation of an industry that comes fourth in the Spanish league table, with a turnover of €22 billion.
The first edition will be held from 18th to 20th October 2017. It will bring together small and medium sized enterprises and big companies from the meat and meat products industry as well as meat industry suppliers and distributors in a single-theme event designed for professionals.
Holding MEAT ATTRACTION at the same time as FRUIT ATTRACTION will create Southern Europe's leading international fresh products trade show.
The gallery DROP CITY from Newcastle (United Kingdom) –also based in Düsseldorf (Germany)-, has been awarded the third Edition of the Opening Award.
The trade fair, which is organised by IFEMA and FEPEX, will take place from 18 to 20 October
The “priority deadline” is 5 April
Fruit Attraction 2017 is already accepting applications to take part in its 9th edition, which will be held from 18 to 20 October. The priority registration period ends on 5 April, with a view to allocating the exhibition space from 24 to 27 April. Participants can opt to do this on site by taking part in the space allocation meeting, or to entrust the decision to the organisers of Fruit Attraction.
The event, which aims to promote best practices, is organized in collaboration with AEFYT, the Spanish Association of Refrigeration and Related Technologies and the Moratalaz Cooling and Air Conditioning Technologies Training Centre.
C&R 2017 will be held between 28 February and 3 March in the halls of IFEMA
A new edition of the big event in Spanish fashion, organised by IFEMA, will be held from tomorrow, Thursday 16, to Tuesday 21 February. Tomorrow, Thursday 16, the company Desigual will be holding an experiential event with free entry at its shop in Plaza de Callao, in the centre of Madrid, with which it will be introducing its autumn/Winter 2017/18 collection to customers, and at 8 pm Roberto Verino will be presenting his seasonal collection, following the See Now, Buy Now trend, in a catwalk show at the Real Casa de Correos at the Puerta del Sol. From Friday 17 February to Tuesday 21 February, the runway shows will be taking place in Hall 14.1 at IFEMA.
This year, the MBFWM fashion show, in addition to incorporating Charo Izquierdo as the new director, presents major innovations such as the participation, for the first time, of Custo Barcelona, Marcos Luengo and Menchén Thomas. In all, 42 large Spanish creators will take part in the shows, as well as an international designer, Blikvanger, from the Mercedes-Benz Tbilisi international fashion show
174 direct exhibitors, plus representation from a further 98 companies, not to mention 41 direct international exhibitors are to present the latest trends in equipment, products and services
In addition to the numerous exhibitors there will be seminars given by master pastry chefs, ice cream makers and bakers, national competitions and a forum with success stories and new trends
Intersicop will take place in Halls 12 and 14 of IFEMA from 19 to 21 February 2017
The application period to take part in FRUIT ATTRACTION 2017 is open
The “priority deadline” is 5 April
Fruit Attraction 2017 is already accepting applications to take part in the 9th edition, which will be held from 18 to 20 October. The first priority registration period ends on 5 April, with a view to allocating the exhibition space from 24 to 27 April. Participants can opt to do this on site by taking part in the space allocation meeting, or to entrust the decision to the organisers of Fruit Attraction.
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