According to data compiled by ANACAM, the sector generated a turnover of 3.8 billion euro in Italy in 2022, directly employing just under 19 thousand workers, spread over 1,900 companies characterised by great diversity in size (from small artisans to large multinationals).
In this context, many companies have decided to participate in GEE, to find new business and networking opportunities. With 118 exhibitors coming from 13 different countries (25% international countries attending), including Turkey, China, France and Spain, and a rich programme of conferences, the event is a reference point for the sector, responding to the concrete request of companies to create a space where they can exchange ideas, do business and keep abreast of the main innovations in a constantly developing sector.
The companies that have chosen to participate at GEE will have the opportunity to meet, in addition to thousands of professional operators, 100 highly profiled hosted buyers, selected by Fiera Milano and coming from 23 countries from all continents. Particularly relevant are those from the USA, Argentina, Egypt, Australia and the UAE.
Moreover, thanks to MIBA-Milan International Building Alliance, the format hosting four events with the evolution of architecture and the city as their common denominator (ME-MADE Expo, the leading international event for innovative and sustainable solutions for buildings and enclosures, SBE-SMART BUILDING EXPO, Italy's reference event for home and building automation and technological integration, and SICUREZZA, Italy's leading event and one of the most important in Europe for security&fire), exhibitors will widen their business opportunities.
All together to present a complete overview of the Building sector.
The figures are impressive: 8 pavilions, more than 1250 companies from 41 countries, with most of them coming from Italy, Germany, Spain, France and China.
The exhibition will be enriched by the extensive training programme, which will involve leading national and international experts, representatives of the main trade associations, certification bodies and university lecturers. Vertical meetings and round tables will animate the debate on the new challenges and opportunities for the sector, divided into three main areas: innovation, sustainability and regulations.
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