Italian trade group signs deal with Seatec for April show

Nautica Italiana focuses on “Made in Italy” branding in the boating and yachting industry.
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CarraraFiere, creator and organizer of Seatec, is partnering with the trade group Nautica Italiana for the 14th edition of the show, which is set for April 6-8.

Seatec is an Italian exhibition dedicated to technology, components, design and subcontracting applied to recreational boating.

Nautica Italiana focuses on “Made in Italy” branding in the boating and yachting industry.

The agreement aims to support the participation and visiting at Seatec of the brands associated with Nautica Italiana and also to stimulate projects and joint initiatives for the development of the sector.

“We are really satisfied for having reached an agreement with an exhibition that has been able to position itself firmly in the Italian scene of exhibitions and that wants to enhance and support, just like our association, the productive excellence of our country,” Nautica Italiana president Lamberto Tacoli said in a statement.

Nautica Italiana said it has doubled its membership in just three months, with the arrival of six new brands bringing its number to 50 from the initial 25.

“The association is currently reviewing a number of applications, and we are proud to welcome six new brands that have chosen Nautica Italiana and its project,” chairman Lamberto Tacoli said in a statement.

“The constant interest from various parties in our program confirms the need for new stimuli and new activities for the industry. I am particularly pleased to be able to state that after a quarter of intense work following the launch of the association, we can now look forward to a future with an equal wealth of initiatives, proposals and work together.”

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