With four trade shows and a tech-focused conference, Premium Group was the most ambitious project during Berlin Fashion Week. And after reporting an 11% increase in footfall the company demonstrates it was well worth it.
The trade show that closed Monday saw its attendee numbers stabilize after a drop for the 2016 edition following the terrorist attack on Paris. Some exhibitors were optimistic while others felt traffic was still too low.
Engagement ring boxes equipped with spy-cams and diamond-dusted hourglasses were some of the most eye-catching items showcased among more than a thousand jewelry booths at Japan's biggest jewelry exposition on Tuesday.
The LTF ended its January edition on a high note, attracting 5,300 visitors despite the economic uncertainty. "Brexit doesn’t seem to have affected in any way the commercial relationships," said show organisers.
The recently-ended menswear tradeshow in Florence recorded a 2.8% drop in visitor numbers. A decline tempered by a stable attendance of foreign buyers and a very successful edition, said Pitti Uomo organisers.