|This article relies on references to primary sources. (November 2011)|
|Type||Società per Azioni|
|Industry||trade fair and exhibition organiser|
|Founded||Milan, Italy October 1, 2000|
Piazzale Carlo Magno 1 - 20149Milan, Italy
|Area served||Northern Italy|
|Revenue||€248.358 million (2010) |
|Net income||€2.074 million (2010) |
|Employees||740 (June 2011) |
The company started operation on 1 October 2000 and has been listed on Borsa Italiana (STAR segment) since 12 December 2002.
FieraMilano mainly operates in the fields of management and organisation of exhibitions, trade fairs and conferences. It hosts about seventy shows (of which about one third directly organized) and 30,000 exhibitors every year.
Most notably, FieraMilano owns and manages important infrastructures in Milan: Fieramilanocity, MiCo and Fieramilano, the latter being one of the biggest fairground in the world.
The first fair ground in Milan was opened in 1906, as the area of a World's fair, and in time for the opening of the Simplon Tunnel. The fairground at that time extended over the current area and the nearby Sempione Park.
In 1923 the fairground, at that time Fiera Campionaria, was moved permanently in the historical zone, of which Fieramilanocity now occupies a part. Western wing opened in 1997, in place of the old Alfa Romeo factory at Portello.
Since 2000, the infrastructure is managed by the new company Fiera Milano Spa and in 2005 the new Fieramilano opened in Rho. The old fairground in Milan was partially dismantled between 2007 and 2008.
|Address||Strada Statale del Sempione, 28 - 20017|
|Construction cost||€755 million|
|• Total space||405,000 m2 (4,360,000 sq ft)|
|• Exhibit hall floor||345,000 m2 (3,710,000 sq ft)|
Among the most prominent events held in the fairground of Fiera Milano are the annual Salone del Mobile, Milan Furniture and Craft Fair; EICMA, Milan Motorcycle Show; SMAU computer expo; BIT, the International Tourism Exchange; BIMEC, Biennial for mechatronics, and EMO, Machine Tool World Expo.
Opened in 2005 with an investment of €755 million, the complex designed by architect Massimiliano Fuksas includes eight pavilions for a total of 345,000 m2 (3,710,000 sq ft) of gross covered exhibition space and 60,000 m2 (650,000 sq ft) of outdoor space, making it one of the largest centers in the world.
The vicinity and the interior of the complex will be the site of Expo 2015.
|Former name(s)||Fiera Campionaria|
|• Exhibit hall floor||43,000 m2 (460,000 sq ft)|
|Website||page on fieramilano.it|
Fieramilanocity is Milan's old trade fair, located near the city center. The current area is only a part of the historic fairground, since a big portion has been dismantled between 2007 and 2008 to make room for the new CityLife residential and business district. The area is served by Milan Metro and by the suburban railway.
Even though the big part of the fairground has been moved to Rho, FieraMilanoCity continues to host smaller exhibitions with more limited logistical requirements, in addition to events that cannot be held outside the city.
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- "Fiera Milano Group Presentation - STAR Conference". Fiera Milano. Retrieved 19 October 2011.
- "About us". FieraMilano. Retrieved 19 October 2011.
- "Presentazione Polo Fieristico Fieramilanocity". Fiera Milano. Retrieved 19 October 2011.
- "MiCo - Milano Congressi". Fiera Milano. Retrieved 19 October 2011.
- "MiCo - Il centro congressi più grande d'Europa". Fiera Milano. Retrieved 19 October 2011.
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