Autopromotec opens registrations for the 2022 exhibition

Time to register for the upcoming Autopromotec exhibition scheduled in Bologna from May 25 to 28, 2022. After a long stop due to the pandemic, the organizers of the international automotive aftermarket exhibition kick-started things once again by collecting the first applications from several exhibitors. As they point out, the initial feedback shows a great desire by many exhibitors to physically participate in a trade fair after such a long absence. The event, which was supposed to take place in May this year, will be the first major European show marked by the physical presence of its guests since 2019. This is key news for a sector that focuses on business meetings and trade shows as a stimulus to grow and acquire greater value. "We think that 2022 represents the turning point, and business recovery will become more consistent. We want to provide enterprises with a perfect showcase for their latest productions and innovations to the global automotive aftermarket - said Renzo Servadei, ceo of Autopromotec -. We are working to create an innovative format that will make B2B meetings more engaging and interactive. In addition, we are thinking of creating travel packages to allow foreign buyers not only to come to the fair but also to have the opportunity to experience an area rich in culture, services and above all, right in the heart of Italy’s Motor Valley". Meanwhile, in October 2021 many will have the opportunity to glance at what the 2022 event might be like thanks to the Mission Restart initiative. The perfect occasion to take stock of strategies and initiatives aimed at revamping the sector. A path towards the 2022 event that began with the “a testa alta” (stand tall) series of webinars and continued with the digital Futurmotive event in December 2020 ending with Motorsport Next, an event promoted with Anfia and which saw the involvement of different industrial sectors. "The work we are doing as Autopromotec, is to keep the sector in the spotlight with adequate tools and get things back on track after a long blackout," concluded Servadei.