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Visitor numbers surge 17.5% at CUIR A PARIS
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The CUIR A PARIS show increased considerably in size, proof of its dynamism and its growing reputation with the 17,000 professionals who visited from around the world (+16.5%, not including EEC against Sept.12) and from throughout Europe (+22% against Sept. 12).

CUIR À PARIS in its 25th edition was inaugurated by Arnaud Montebourg, the Minister for Industrial Renewal and has acquired a reputation in the sector that delights all associated with it.

Firmly targeting the luxury and premium market segments, the quality of the products exhibited by the show’s 450 international exhibitors remains of the same high standard, despite this expansion.

All the exhibitors were delighted with the quality of visitors, all of who came from the leading luxury and premium labels. “More and more visitors focus on the CUIR À PARIS show,” a professional told us. This is demonstrated by the mainly European origins (80%) of the show’s visitors, and resurgence from French buyers (+20.5% against Sept. 12) and their Italian counterparts (+17% against Sept.12).

Certain exhibitors commented on the arrival of new labels from northern Europe, particularly from Holland (+47%) as well as the healthy increase in British visitors (+27%). Those who were asked commented on the substantial presence of North American visitors and also Canadians (+25%). This upward trend is also seen with visitors from Asia, namely China, Korea and Taiwan (+17.3% against Sept.12).

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