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Shorter fair period concept for summer
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Mar '10
As of August 2010, Copenhagen Fashion Fairs will be celebrating summer with new opening hours and a shorter fair period for upcoming fairs. The fair period will be cut by one day - from four days to three - and intensified over the remaining days.

CPH Vision and Terminal-2 will be open for three days, from Thursday to Friday with the following opening hours: Thursday-Friday 10 am-7 pm and Saturday 10 am-6 pm.

The next fair dates are 12-14 August 2010.

"We believe in quality rather than quantity and see this as an opportunity to intensify business as well as attendance at the fair. The alternative of fewer days is based on popular demand from both exhibitors and buyers with 8 out of 10 preferring three days rather than four." Peter Fenger Selchau, CEO Copenhagen Fashion Fairs.

The decision to make the fair period shorter was taken unanimously in collaboration with the other fairs in Copenhagen with the following result:
Opening days for Terminal-2, CPH Vision and Gallery: Thursday-Saturday

Opening days CIFF and CIFF Kids: Thursday-Sunday

Copenhagen Fashion Fairs


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