Feria Valencia will be the stage of the celebration of the II National Congress of Night Leisure (CNON) that, under the slogan “Days are always born at night”, will bring together companies that participate directly or indirectly in the leisure sector.
This second edition, which will take place the 24th & 25th of April 2018, aims to present current issues that influence the day to day of workers in this sector, and to debate the importance of leisure in tourism and the country’s economy. With all of this, we intend to promote a vision of the future that translates to public opinion the capacity of the sector to renew itself and to propose initiatives.
The congress will be inaugurated by Matilde Asian, Secretary of State for Tourism, and will be attended by Carmen Quintanilla, president of the Mixed Drug Commission of Congress, who will be present at the problem of drinking in the streets.
This appointment will consist in an important congress content, divided into master class, demonstrations, round tables, presentations and interventions that invite reflection and the sharing of experiences from experts in the sector. Some of the topics to be debated during the two days of the congress will be copyright, new trends in design and interior design in entertainment venues, the latest in audiovisual equipment and design, and the problem of noise and safety in business.
One of the highlights of the congress will be the presence in Valencia of the mayors of the night of Zurich, Amsterdam and Berlin, with the aim of studying the feasibility of the implementation of this mediating figure in Spain.
On the other hand, on Wednesday 25 will be held the ‘Shishas Day’, where the Smoke, fair dedicated to the tobacco business, will expose product as electronic cigarettes or shishas and will analyze what have been the main changes that the sector has suffered in the last years.
The first National Congress of Night Leisure was held last year in Seville and ended with the participation of 400 professionals, 26 speakers and 15 exhibiting brands.