The 44th edition of Arredamont was a success, scoring pre-covid numbers. Special guest on the closing Sunday was the Veneto Region’s Councillor for Tourism, Federico Caner. Accompanying him on a visit to the stands were the President of the Province of Belluno, Roberto Padrin, and the new President of Longarone Fiere Dolomiti, Michele Dal Farra.
Almost 25 thousand visitors who, over the nine days of the fair, which began on 29 October, packed the pavilions to see the products and meet the exhibitors, 170 for over 220 brands, from 10 regions and 7 foreign countries. A success that almost brings us back to the usual standards and the credit for which goes first and foremost to the companies that believed once again this year in the only National Mountain Furniture Exhibition. Bringing to the fair an offer of the highest quality: furniture, objects, complements, fabrics and objects for the mountains, for private homes and for accommodation facilities, many of which are also looking at this sector with interest in view of the renovation of environments in preparation for the Milan – Cortina 2026 Winter Olympics.
But that’s not all. Because the many people, who decided to honour us with their presence at the Palazzo delle Mostre in Longarone, often travelled many kilometres. Arriving from all over Italy and abroad: Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Holland, Switzerland to name but a few. This is a sign that the know-how of the artisan carpentries exhibiting at Arredamont always present novelties that attract and amaze the world.
A sign of recovery that bodes well for the entire sector and will certainly motivate growth, in anticipation of a new confrontation next year. The dates have already been set for the 45. Arredamont that will take place from 28 October to 5 November 2023. And to stay in touch and informed? Just go to www.arredamont.it rather than the social pages (@arredamont for instagram and @arredamont.longaronefiere for facebook).