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Intergift, Bisutex, Madridjoya and MOMAD confirm its next call at IFEMA MADRID in February 2022

From 2–6 February, IFEMA MADRID will host the first large-scale gathering in Europe for the decoration, gifts, costume jewellery and accessories, jewellery and watches, fashion and footwear sectors, thanks to the Intergift, Bisutex, Madridjoya and MOMAD fairs.

The largest consumer-goods gathering in Spain and Portugal — a benchmark in industry trends organised by IFEMA MADRID during the first week of February — will take place as scheduled and preparation is in full swing. The event will be the central point of contact for professionals in the decoration, gifts, costume jewellery and accessories, jewellery, watches and precious metalwork sectors, as well as the fashion, footwear and accessories industries, who can look forward to enjoying great professional experiences during the event.

Intergift, Bisutex, Madridjoya and MOMAD bolster the positive direction these events have taken, which is already underway with the return to in-person attendance during the last edition held in September, having surpassed the previous edition in terms of the number of exhibitors, brands and surface area.

The most comprehensive week in the Lifestyle sector will kick off with Intergift, on Wednesday 2nd until Sunday 6th February, (Hall 1 – Textile Editors sector will end on Saturday 5th February), followed by Bisutex and Madridjoya on Thursday 3rd until Sunday 6th February and MOMAD, which will take place on Friday 4th until Sunday 6th February.

 

Health safety measures and protocols

With a view to increasing everyone’s safety at the Exhibition Centre, IFEMA MADRID has implemented a health protocol to strengthen health controls and ensure adequate safety measures. All participants from countries participating in the EU Digital COVID Certificate scheme will be required to show their certificate. Participants from countries outside the EU will need to show the same documentation required to obtain the Spain Travel Health QR code, which is required when entering Spain from abroad. If this is not possible, a negative text performed within 24 hours prior to attending the fair will be required.

Furthermore, IFEMA MADRID will also provide attendees with the possibility of taking a PCR or antigen test at the Exposition Centre, in the event that a test is required to attend the fair or for return travel.

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