Four months ahead of opening day, the event already has more than 78% of the number of exhibitors it had in 2020
Valencia, 7th October 2022.- Almost 400 companies have confirmed they will be exhibiting at Cevisama 2023. With five months still to go before the event takes place, the number of exhibitors signed up is already more than 78% of the average for the last few editions of the fair.
Spain’s leading fair for the ceramic industry, set to open its doors from 27th February to 3rd March 2023, will occupy 8 halls. A comprehensive offering of ceramic, bathroom equipment and natural stone will be on show, along with the latest trends in design, technology, innovation and sustainable construction.
Leading edge companies from the different sectors have already confirmed that they will be exhibiting. They include major brands such as Peronda, Baldocer, Keraben, Grupo STN, Aparici, Apavisa, Poalgi, Visobath, Vidres, Esmaltes, , Sigmadiamant and Macer. A total of more than 300 companies have already signed up to take part in the fair.
They all have faith in Cevisama as a commercial vehicle and as Spain’s foremost fair for the ceramic and bathroom equipment industry. Indeed, Cevisama remains the major platform and best showcase for the ceramic and bathroom industry and for 39 editions has taken Made in Spain to the four corners of the world.
“What is more, for this next edition and thanks to support from the Ministry for Sustainable Economy, we will be investing a million euros in the most powerful promotional initiative we have ever rolled out. We will be inviting thousands of VIP buyers from the industry’s target countries, delivering above and beyond the number of buyers the ceramic and bathroom exhibitors at the fair will be expecting”, claims Cevisama’s director, Carmen Álvarez.
Notable amongst the guest buyers already selected are Spanish distributors and the leading distributors in overseas markets where ceramic tiles are a major product or have considerable potential for growth, along with professionals from the contract sector, who are significant product specifiers and project promoters.