Cersaie gearing up for 2012 show

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Bologna, Italy—The International Exhibition of Ceramic Tiles and Bathroom Furnishings, or Cersaie 2012, will be welcoming architects, designers and company personnel to the Bologna Exhibition Centre here Sept. 25 to 29. Cersaie is the world’s largest tile exhibition.

An important new feature this year is the admission procedure. All visitors entering the Bologna exhibition center must register on-line, which can be done at, cersaie.it, by clicking the Cersaie advertising banners on exhibitors’ websites or using the personal online invitations received from exhibitor companies.

Each entrance ticket will contain an interactive iBusiness Card, consisting of a QR code with a secure link to the data submitted by the visitor when registering. This enables visitors to choose the exhibitors they want to give their details to and allows exhibitors to acquire the data indicated on the registration form.

For more, visit cersaie.it.

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