Salone del Mobile.Milano in Shanghai, the richest display of Italian design furniture in China, was a resounding success for Minotti

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The fourth Milan Salone furniture exhibition in China took place from the 20th to the 22nd November 2019,  in the Shanghai Exhibition Center.

The Shanghai Salone is a key trade event, which gives buyers the opportunity to appreiate new Italian design products in a relaxed, highly professional and friendly environment. This year it attracted more than 100 Italian exhibitors and many more Chinese operators, including producers, interior designers, architects, retailers and buyers.

The Salone Satellite, which sets the stage for the works of young and creative Chinese designers, was an important part of this event.

Shanghai, which lies on China’s central coast, is the country’s biggest city and an important international financial hub. Its heart is the Bund, a vast and beautiful waterfront promenade, marked by colonial-era buildings.  Across the majestic Huangpu River rise the vast high-rise buildings of the Pudong district, comprising the 632m high Shanghai Tower and the equally impressive Oriental Pearl TV Tower.

Shanghai, lying on China’s central coast, is the country’s biggest city and a global financial hub. Its heart is the Bund, a famed waterfront promenade, lined with colonial-era buildings.  Across the Huangpu River rises the Pudong district’s futuristic architecture, including the 632m high Shanghai Tower and the similarly high Oriental Pearl TV Tower.

The vast Yu garden, lying in the ancient part of Shanghai, was built more than 400 years ago. It is a green, charming oasis, composed of numerous traditional pavilions, towers and beautiful ponds.

Shanghai is proud of its recent economic achievements, which doubtless derive from its unflagging energy, its strong entrepreneurial spirit and, last not least, its wise understanding, that commercial exhibitions and trade shows, such as the Salone del Mobile.Milano, are vital activators of international business.        

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