From the 9th to the 11th October 2019, the second edition of Fair Didacta Italy, the most important education trade fair will take place in Florence.
Fair Didacta Italy aims to promote the debate on the world of education among institutions, associations and entrepreneurs, in order to create a meeting place between schools and companies in the sector.
A twofold format: an exhibition area, which involves companies working in the world of school and education, and scientific activity: conferences and seminars ranging from the technological area to the scientific and humanistic one, also including the learning space.
The fair is addressed to all those working in the field of education, and vocational education and training. In particular, institutional representatives, teachers, school managers, educators and trainers, as well as professionals and entrepreneurs working in the school and technology sector.
Didacta is organised by Firenze Fiera, together with the main institutions of the territory (Tuscany Region, Florence City Council, Chamber of Commerce of Florence) and Didacta International, with the support of the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Germany (Itkam) and Florence Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Indire’s contribution is fundamental, being responsible for the scientific planning of Fair Didacta Italy.
Fiera Didacta Italia is supported by MIUR (the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research), the Department of European Policies of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Italy, the Italo-German Centre Villa Vigoni, Unioncamere and Assocamerestero.
The Fortezza da Basso: the only Italian exhibition area within a true Renaissance architectural masterpiece. In the centre of Florence, just a 3-minute walk from the railway station, perfect logistics location endowed with overnight accommodations facilities and parking spaces.
The infrastructures of the city and the Fair are in constant development: from spring 2018 there is a new tram stop near the main entrance of the Fortress.
Over 30,000 square meters of exhibit surface, 4 Pavilions and common areas