THE SHOW – LOCATION AND ACCESS
Who is the show for?
Made in France is a trade show exclusively for fashion professionals. It is for couture houses, luxury and high-end brands, designers, and any other brand wishing to have its collections manufactured in France.
The exhibitors are French manufacturers, only ones allowed to affix the “Made in France” tag on your collections. They are experts in knits, corsetry, outerwear, leather… and trusted by the top French and international couture and high-end brands.
When is the show?
3-4 April 2019
Made in France is a yearly trade show, usually held early April.
What are the show’s opening hours ?
From 9am to 6pm on both days.
Where is the show held, and how to get there?
Made in France is held at the Carreau du Temple, in the Parisian “Haut Marais”.
Adress: Carreau du Temple
4 rue Eugène Spuller
By metro: République (lines 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11) or Temple (line 3)
By bus: Square du Temple – Mairie du 3ème – Carreau du Temple (line 75)
Bretagne (line 96)
By Vélib: Mairie du 3ème (#03006) station at 10 rue Perrée
By Autolib : Perrée station au 18 rue Perrée
Can I get discounts on train tickets or air fares?
Benefit from the special rates we have negotiated with Air France and KLM Global Meetings.
To make your reservation directly with the reduction click here
Event ID: MADE IN FRANCE
Discount code: 32793AF
Valid from 23/03/2018 to 03/04/2018
Up to 20% discount on domestic travels only.
Request your discount voucher by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before March 20, 2018. Please indicate your postal address and the number of people who will be travelling.
Note: you must present the voucher when booking your train ticket. You can only use the voucher when booking through an SNCF agency. No discounts post-travel. www.sncf.fr
Several paying public parking lots are available near the Carreau du Temple:
Garage de Bretagne, at 14 rue de Bretagne
Temple, at 132 rue du Temple
Is the show accessible to people with reduced mobility?
Are all exits from the show final?
No. Your personal badge gives you unlimited access to the show, on both days.
Your badge is strictly personal, we may check your ID at the entrance.
If you wish to accompany a colleague, or go on a different day, you may register directly on the show, or order your free badge here.
REGISTRATION TO THE SHOW
The show is free, how do I access it?
The best way to beat the queues on the show: Register here for free, receive your e-badge, and go to the welcome desk to get your access badge.
Made in France is exclusively reserved for fashion professionals. Take your business card, we may ask you to present it.
If you are currently creating your company, please contact our visitors’ service: email@example.com
What is an e-badge?
The e-badge is sent to you by email after your online pre-registration. You must print it and bring it to the show to withdraw your access badge
I can’t find the e-badge with my email, what should I do?
Before March 28th, contact our visitors’ service:firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send it back to you.
From March 28th and during the show, go to the “E-badge” desk, give your full name and company to the hostess who will print your badge.
I haven’t received my e-badge.
Upon arrival on the show, go to the “E-badge” desk and tell a hostess you have pre-registered but haven’t received your e-badge. After a quick check, your badge will be printed.
Is a professional document required to access the show?
The show being exclusively for fashion professionals, on site, we may ask you for a business card or an official company registration document.
I have lost my badge, what should I do?
If you have forgotten or lost your badge, go to the show’s welcome desk. After a quick check, we will be able to re-print it for you.
How can my colleagues get a free badge?
At the end of your online pre-registration, you may recommend the event to colleague. They will then be able to register online.
I won’t be able to come anymore, can another person use my e-badge?
No. The e-badge and badge are strictly personal, another person cannot access the show with your badge. Your colleague has to register his (her) own e-badge (online, here, to save time) or come directly at the show..
We may check the ID at the entrance of the show.
I’M A JOURNALIST Who should I ask for my accreditation to?
Ask your press accreditation to Igor Robinet email@example.com
I’M A STUDENT. Can I access the show? Under what condition?
Yes, as a student, you may access the show, only on the last day after 2pm.
Go to the registration desk and fill in the form. For “company”, write your school’s name. For your position, tick “Other” and specify “Student”. Present this form, along with your student card, at the desk and we will give you an access badge.
I’M AN EXHIBITOR AGENT. How do I access the show?
Get in touch with the exhibitor you represent to get a badge.
Should I register and pay to access conferences?
No, conferences are free but you may need to register to access them (limited places).
Where are the conference held?
The conference room is located in the Careeau du Temple amphitheater at the same level as the show.
It will be the first time I visit the show.
Introduce yourself at the welcome desk, our team will be happy to welcome you, give you a catalog and help you with your visit.
What tools for my visit?
Before the show, please see the exhibitors list here
On the show, the catalog will be your best friend for an efficient visit.
AFTER THE SHOW
How can I get the exhibitors list and their contact information?
The catalog is available on the show and on the website after the show.