Cersaie is making its return from 27 September to 1 October in the Bologna Exhibition Centre, where some 600 exhibitors from 26 countries will completely occupy no fewer than 15 halls.
Thanks to the enterprise and determination of the founding Fascianella family, Salvatore Carrelages has established itself as a leading distributor of innovative, high-quality ceramic tiles in the Belgian market. The company began its journey 25 years ago in Sicily and is looking forward to a bright future. We spoke to Fabrizio Fascianella, the son of the company’s founder
Increased interest in home renovation and all relevant building products and materials is giving a boost to the international construction market and opening up major new areas of growth for the Italian ceramic tile industry
Ceramic tile data report a strong sales recovery on all main markets in the first few months of 2021. This positive dynamic transcends the statistical bounce due to the calculation basis, and it is also accompanied by highly interesting prospects in the medium and long term.
The presentation event for “Bologna together with Cersaie” held on 5 July in Palazzo Re Enzo in Bologna and streamed on Cersaie’s Facebook and YouTube accounts. All parties involved in the show are working together to ensure the safety of visitors and exhibitors during the time they spend in the exhibition centre and in Bologna.
In the two and a half years since they were first launched on air, the 23 videos making up the digital campaign on the values of ceramics entitled “Ceramics. A safe choice” have been viewed 14 million times on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram in markets around the world.
“Right from the beginning, our philosophy was to look after our customers in the same way that we would like to be treated ourselves,” says Bartosz Szablewski, director and co-owner of the Polish Paste Group, which he runs together with his mother Beata Szablewska. The company, founded in 1993 in Poznan, deals mainly with architects and private customers and offers them the very best Italian products