SMAC Paris 2011 will be held from March 13-15, 2011, at Porte de Versailles in Paris. It is a leading international trade fair focused on arts and handicrafts products in France, which is developed and managed by the trade professionals. SMAC is aimed at bringing together the activities within the creative industry, including fine arts, craft and hobby goods, framing and picture, and needle craft. If you are also interested in arts and handicrafts, then you should book business class seats and fly business class to Paris as SMAC Paris 2011 is a must-attend event for you.
When you buy business class tickets and travel by business class flights to Paris
to attend the event, you’ll get an opportunity to meet and interact with professionals related to arts and handicrafts sector that includes Mail-Order Sellers, Wholesalers, Craftsmen, Exclusive Distributors, New Business Creators, and Manufacturers. Visitors flying air business class after getting business tickets to Paris
would get a chance to explore some of the most exciting and creative products at the fair. The event would also provide a platform to the hobby goods and fine arts suppliers to directly interact with potential trade visitors and generate new business contacts.
Initially SMAC came into being with the inclusion of the sectors such as Fine Arts, Crafts and Hobby goods, Needlecraft and Framing/Picture. Later on, sectors such as Stationery/Writing/Post Cards integrated in SMAC in 2004. However, in 2010 the SMAC further widened its offer by including the sectors such as Games/Toys, Gifts, and Licensed products. Besides, colors, paper and media, accessories and specialist tools make up the fair’s longstanding offer. Do remember to travel by business class airlines to Paris to attend the fair where you’ll find the exhibitors introducing their latest products to the potential buyers. The visitors would be able to source the best in fine arts, craft and hobby goods, framing and picture, and needlecraft. There will be a large number of exhibitors showcasing their exhibits from various sectors here that includes fine arts, craft and hobby goods, framing and pictures, needlecraft, fabrics, trimmings, stationery/writing, cards, cards books, floral art, press and specialized publication.