Made In Italy: at Sigep “The Dolce World Expo” The best of Dolce Foodservice craftsmanship

Rimini (Italy) – From 12and at 16and In March, the city of Rimini will become the capital of taste and excellence of made in Italy, dolce artisan products with creations from the most famous masters in the world of Italian pastry, such as Iginio Massarithe excellence of companies that have always distinguished themselves in terms of innovation and research, such as Carpigiani, Babbi and If Iand a series of events and discussions with analysts and industry experts.

Lorenzo Cagnoni, President of IEG, Italian Exhibition Group, organizer of the eventannounced: “Everyone will be at 43rd edition of Sigep-The Dolce World Expothe first Dolce Foodservice event with physical presence in Italy in 2022.” Corrado Peraboni, CEO of IEG added, “The digital upgrade (Digital diary) will follow from the 16and at 18and March offering visitors from more distant markets three days of online meetings with exhibitors at the event.

The Gelato Arena will host the award ceremony for the most innovative ice cream chains with France, Italy and Spain on the podium. On stage, Massari will lead the event »Different visions, big ideas» with an exceptional audience including, from Italy, Masters Fabbri Gino and Roberto Rinaldini, Ricardo BellaeraCorporate Pastry Chef & Baker Costa Crociere and Massimo Artorige GiubilesiPresident FCSI Italian Unit (Foodservice Consultants Society International) and international guests such as pastry chef Francisco Torreblanca (Spain), Thierry Bamas of the MOF-Meilleur Ouvrier De France (France) and Maître Chocolatier Francois Stahl (Switzerland). The Italian team that won the 2021 Pastry World Cup will demonstrate his superb decorating techniques.

In Vision Plaza, NDP Groupa leading catering market analysis company in the United States, will shed light on the drivers behind the recovery of outdoor advertising in Europe, Asia and North America with Cecile Manget, European Catering Manager, Jochen PinskerIndustry Advisor Foodservice Europe, Felicia Ke, Director of Foodservice China and David PortalatinSenior Vice President, Industry Advisor in the United States.

A significant presence of buyers of North America (United States, Canada), the Mediterranean and Gulf (Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Arab Emirates, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Turkey, Iraq), Europe (Romania, Poland, Montenegro, Finland, Denmark, Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Greece, United Kingdom, Ireland), Southeast Asia and Central Asia (Indonesia, Thailand, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan) Central and South America (Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay ). A result obtained thanks to the targeted identification activities carried out by the IEG in collaboration with ITAItalian commercial agencythe Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and in parallel by the regional advisers of the exhibition group on strategic markets. The traders represent chains of ice cream parlors, pastry shops and restaurants, as well as producers of pastries, bakeries and ice cream and importers of machinery and equipment.

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Head of press relations & corporate communication: Elisabetta Vitali; head of the press office: Marco Forcellini; coordinator of the international press office: Silvia Giorgi; [email protected]

Italian Exhibition Group SpA, a joint stock company listed on Euronext Milan, a regulated market organized and managed by Borsa Italiana SpA, has, with its facilities in Rimini and Vicenza, achieved national leadership over the years in the organization of exhibitions and of conferences. The development of activities abroad – also through joint ventures with global or local organizers, in the United States, the United Arab Emirates, China, Mexico, Brazil and Indiafor example – now sees the company position itself among the leading European operators in the sector.

This press release contains forward-looking statements and estimates that reflect management’s current beliefs (“forward-looking statements”), including with respect to management’s future performance, the realization of investments, the evolution of cash flows and changes in the financial structure. By their very nature, forward-looking statements involve an element of risk and uncertainty, as they depend on the occurrence of future events. Actual results may differ (even significantly) from those announced, due to many factors, including, by way of example only: trends in the restaurant market and tourist flows in Italy, market trends in gold and jewelry, green economy market trends; changes in commodity prices; general macroeconomic conditions; geopolitical factors and changes in the legislative framework. Furthermore, the information contained in this press release does not claim to be complete and has not been verified by independent third parties. The forecasts, estimates and objectives contained in this document are based on information available to the Company on the date of this press release.

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