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Enada Rome

Enada Rome, the sector´s leading autumn game and gaming expo, reference point for trade members and natural meeting place for the interests in this field, expresses its congratulations to the authoritative new institutional interlocutors for the entire game world. ENADA Rome (10,599 visitors and 200 exhibiting firms in 2007) and ENADA Spring (25,168 visitors and 400 exhibitors in 2008) are the natural stages for in-depth coverage of reciprocal experiences, and the next edition (Roma Trade Fair, 8-10 October 2008) is the obvious candidate, precisely for the consistence and representative profile it ensures.

Simone Castelli, manager of the Rimini Fiera business unit to which ENADA Rome and ENADA Spring belong, says, ´Along with the SAPAR we wish to express our best wishes for his work to Senator Alberto Giorgetti in the role of Undersecretary at the Ministry of Finance and Raffaele Ferrara, the new general manager of the State Monopoly. Trade shows are traditionally a meeting place, an opportunity for reflection which is completed by a business showcase of the market´s key products and innovations.

For decades, with ENADA the commitment of Rimini Fiera and SAPARA has been to offer a place for frank constructive discussions. For this purpose, we shall undertake together to organize a meeting during which it will be possible to discuss issues in depth and also exchange opinions on the role that a trade expo can play.´

In the meantime, the sales campaign for ENADA Rome is proceeding very successfully. There will probably be the possibility of extending the expo area to Hall 2 at Fiera di Roma, which would thus be added to Halls 3 and 4, occupied in recent years.

Gabriella Zoni, project manager for ENADA, comments, ´We are accustomed to the market and its time frames, but this year, we are really favourably impressed by the companies´ response. The leading brands have already practically all confirmed and companies continued to join the list. We are please to report the participation of companies from Malta, Taiwan, Great Britain, Germany and Russia, as this means that all the effort in terms for promotion and participation in foreign expos – with a view to favouring visitors – are paying off.´



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