Progecta starts again and announces: the autumn fairs will take place regularly at the Mostra d’Oltremare. BMT 2021 is also on the launch pad with Gustus, Pharmexpo and Arkeda
Naples, 10 September 2020 - One of the most anticipated announcements arrives for companies and economic operators in Campania and southern Italy: Progecta's autumn fairs will be held regularly, reserved for the world of pharmaceuticals, agri-food, furniture and design.
At the Mostra d'Oltremare in Naples, therefore, between mid-November and mid-December, the pavilions will reopen their doors to host GUSTUS (from Sunday 22 to Tuesday 24 November), PHARMEXPO (from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 November) and ARKEDA ( from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 December) before focusing attention on the twenty-fourth edition of the BMT - Mediterranean Tourism Exchange, also scheduled at the Mostra d'Oltremare from 19 to 21 March 2021 which will be followed by the FIERA DELLE CASA and EXPOFRANCHISING in June .
Progecta's working activities got back into motion last September 1st with the inauguration of the new offices in via Vannella Gaetani 27, with spaces doubled compared to the old headquarters and where the administrator Angioletto de Negri took stock of the situation with the his staff after the long break due to the covid-19 emergency.
"The resumption of activities was a moment awaited, not only by us but also by the market - explains Angioletto de Negri - It is a signal that we have seen since the first days from the response to our requests to participate. Operations are progressing at a pace that we can define as acceptable, if we consider the general economic situation. The forecasts of participation in the autumn fairs are good and even very good those for BMT 2021. Exhibitors are confirming the registrations that had arrived for BMT 2020, then canceled due to COVID as well as various new registrations that give hope for a recovery in the sector in 2021 " .
Also for the Progecta fairs, safety protocols have been studied to guarantee the health of exhibitors, visitors, suppliers and workers involved in the realization of the events and that will regulate the behaviors to be adopted from a regulatory, legal and health safety point of view by measuring the temperature, social distancing, continuous sanitation and control of turnout.