MOSSHOES is the footwear exhibition No 1 in Russia! Ideal exhibition platform for business development and company positioning in the Russian footwear market.
In 1997, for the first time in Moscow a footwear exhibition took place, and that was MOSSHOES. The organizers managed to resolve a huge task: to gather all the footwear business players operating in Russia on the same platform, thus paving the way for the civilized national footwear market. 19 years – 68 MOSSHOES exhibitions!
8-12 thousand expert visitors from Russia, near and far abroad. 35% of the visitors come from Moscow and Central Russia, 65% - from the other regions of the country.
Nowadays it is the biggest footwear exhibition in Eastern Europe. It is held four times a year and constantly demonstrates the stability, high level of organization and continuous innovation.
Moscow, International Exhibition Center Crocus Expo, Pavilion 3.
About 500 companies regularly take part in the exhibition. These are the leading manufacturers of shoes, bags and accessories from more than 27 countries of the world: Italy, Germany, Turkey, Poland, France, Great Britain Spain, Portugal, Finland, Austria, Brazil, Vietnam, China, Slovenia and CIS states. The exhibition presents collective expositions of Armenia, Germany, Italy, India, Iran, China, Uzbekistan. A special exposition dedicated to bags and accessories – MOSPEL – is organized in the framework of the fair.
During the 4 working days of the exhibition, the representatives of commercial chains, stores and wholesalers examine the new collections specially prepared for the Russian market. They study the tendencies in the world footwear industry, acquire business contacts, conclude contracts with the best Russian and foreign manufacturers. MOSSHOES is visited by 8-12 thousand experts from Russia, CIS states, near and far abroad.
Business program of the exhibition
A comprehensive business program is held in the framework of the exhibition. It includes conferences, seminars on relevant issues for the industry, as well as presentation of the collections.