Reports from Stone Trade Fairs

Trade fairs: Xiamen expands

(April 2011) The Chinese city has new exhibition grounds and an international centre for the stone branch. The fair is seeing an increase in copyright infringement of designer products

Fairs: Seeking innovations from Europe

(March 2011) German trade organizations have put out a prize for new products, marketing ideas and technologies in the stone branch

Trade Fairs: „Design in the Streets“

(December 2010) Cersaie Ceramics trade fair incorporated Bologna’s city centre as part of the exhibit grounds

Trade fairs: Bamboo to Marmomacc

(November 2010) Exhibitors presenting the tropical grass in stone were conspicuously numerous at the Verona stone fair

Trade fairs: Tangent on ceramic

(September 2010) Since Marmomacc and Cersaie will take place practically simultaneously, a side trip to the ceramics fair in Bologna is worth the while

Trade Fairs: „Carrara Marmotec becomes an Event”

(July 2010) In its 30th edition, the fair with a lengthy tradition has morphed to a marketplace for ideas and architects’ forum

Markets: Great demand for structural artworks

(June 2010) China’s upswing economy is an opportunity for stone beyond mere use as a building material / Stonetech Fair in Shanghai

Trade fairs: „Marble“-Izmir to remain at its present location for the time being

(Mai 2010) Relocation of the Turkish Stone Fair to its new site at the airport delayed / Current statistics

Trade Fairs: Opening with a Bang!

(April 2010) At this year’s Xiamen trade fair, China’s stone industry presented itself at a level seldom seen in the Western World today

Trade Fairs: A Word on Labour Conditions and Environmental Pollution

(April 2010) The world Stone Congress in Xiamen dealt with sustainability and local consumption

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