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MIDO 2021| Digital Edition opens tomorrow.

MIDO 2021| Digital Edition opens tomorrow.

From 5 to 7 June, a calendar of events and a new format for the market. MIDO 2021| Digital Edition will open tomorrow, June 5th. Until Monday  June 7th , 30 events, 60 guests and over 400 showcase pages  that will seize the international business opportunities of the new “immersive” format. To open the event,

MIDO 2021 | Digital Edition kicks off: a new concept, available worldwide.

MIDO 2021 | Digital Edition will take place from Saturday 5 to Monday 7 June. After the delay due to the sanitary emergency, the international eyewear event goes on stage with an exceptional edition: a June appointment instead of the usual February dates and a virtual first, with a new 360° format that will guarantee

Optimistic outlook for MIDO 2021: visitor registration are opened.

On the MIDO website www.mido.com/en/entry-pass visitors to the international eyewear show – buyers, designers, entrepreneurs, opticians, ophthalmologists and global eyewear supply chain professionals – can register for the forthcoming edition of the show, slated for June 5 – 7, 2021. This subtle yet significant positive sign arrives from the world of trade shows, tools essential

New MIDO dates: February 6-8 2021

Difficult but unavoidable, the decision to move the 50th edition of MIDO to 2021 was made by the Management Board of the leading global eyewear trade show. “The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic in Italy and its swift spread to the rest of the world, along with doubts about when the crisis willnormalize globally, have forced us

Vitaloni: the reasoning behind the new dates for MIDO

Regarding the crisis caused by the COVID-19 emergency, the MIDO organisers have postponed the 50th anniversary edition to early July. Giovanni Vitaloni, President of the event, tells us about what led the Board of Directors to this decision which aims at relaunching the industry. Following the evolution of the spreading of the Coronavirus, the scenario

Digital fashion like you’ve never seen before!

The last days of Milan Fashion Week were beset by the Coronavirus. The baton then passed to Paris where the autumn/winter 2020/2021 fashion shows will be taking place until Tuesday, 2 March. 71 fashion shows and 25 presentations are programmed, and these are also in trouble due to the health emergency posed by the Coronavirus.

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