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Vicenzaoro January 2024

3 Feb 2024

The Vicenzaoro January show was a success, reporting a 3% increase in attendance, and foreign attendance at 60% of the total.

The Vicenzaoro January 2024 edition was the jewelry exhibition’s 70-year anniversary. Italian Exhibition Group’s boutique show closed with a 3% increase in attendance at the Vicenza Expo Centre, surpassing last January’s record edition. Moreover, at this edition, six out of ten visitors came from abroad. IEG will now begin work on a new 22,000-square-meter hall.

Foreign attendance was confirmed at 60% of the total, arriving from 141 countries around the world, up from 136 in 2023, with Europe counting 53%, the Middle East 9.3%, Asia 10.5%, Turkey 8%, North America 7.2%, Latin America 5.1% and Africa 4.9%.

The most represented individual countries included the United States and Turkey; from Europe Spain, Germany, France, Greece and the UK; from the Middle East, the United Arab Emirates, while standing out from Asia were India, China, Japan, Thailand and Hong Kong.

At this edition, T.Gold, a renowned international innovation showcase featuring advanced machinery for goldsmithing and the latest processes applied to gold and jewelry, organized in partnership with A.F.E.M.O., saw a 4.7% increase in attendance.

Gold and jewelry saw restored generational turnover in the labor market. Industry and education met at Vicenzaoro: 23 schools attended the Show, mostly from Italy and from France, Germany and the UK for a total of about 750 students and escorts, all involved in the many initiatives.

“The Vicenza Symposium,” scheduled to take place from September 2-4, will be added to Italian Exhibition Group’s Jewelry 2025 Agenda. Vicenza will, therefore, inherit the scientific legacy of the “Santa Fe Symposium,” which closed in 2022. A biennial event with a problem-solving approach for companies, the Symposium is the result of IEG’s collaboration with two leading companies in the T.Gold world: Legor and Xolutions.

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