Fashion, Clothing, Textiles, Leather, Shoes
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4 times a year
MosShoes & Covid-19
MosShoes 2022 will take place at the Crocus Expo in Moscow from 29.08.2022 to 01.09.2022. The event will take place as a live trade show, with the newest Covid-19 security measures in place at the convention centre. Attendees will be subjected to a pre-entry temperature check as part of the deployed measures. Travellers to Russia will be required to show negative PCR lab results 48 hours before or after arrival in the country due to travel restrictions. Participants will be instructed to self-isolate until the results are obtained, if they choose to show the results after entry by having the test done on-site.
MosShoes - Presentation
Since it is one of the first exhibitions in the footwear industry, MosShoes will gather many exhibitors and trade customers under its roof. This is one of the reason why you shouldn’t miss the chance to see the newest collections, services, and technology innovations. So, make a hotel reservation for your visit. It is guaranteed that visiting this premier trade fair will give you many opportunities to meet experts and manufacturers of various products like bags, accessories, and shoes.
Because of the big interest and the fact that there are around 10,000 visitors expected, you should benefit from the great services of Trade Fair Trips Lts. Some of the reasons why you should choose us are:
- We can create a custom offer according to your specific requirements;
- Our team is experienced and we will do our best to exceed your expectations;
- We work with some of the best hotels and can find the right place for you;
- Our travel agency is committed to the satisfaction of its customers;
If you want to benefit from our special offers and great discounts, booking accommodation with us is the right choice for you!
MosShoes - Past Editions
MosShoes 2022 occurred between 28.02.2022 and 03.03.2022. The organisers held the event as a face-to-face trade show at Crocus Expo, with strict Covid-19 safeguards in place. This included attendees, such as the 70 exhibitors, being asked to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) such as surgical masks and gloves.