Come and see the Made in France fair in Paris!

November 13th, 2018

For its 7th edition, the Made In France fair in Paris will welcome nearly 450 exhibitors!
With 60,000 expected visitors, the MIF expo will bring together brands, manufacturers and actors of the French production.

The exponents of the MIF expo

The exhibitors of the show will be present to boast the merits of French know-how! They will make you discover their local manufacturing process. The goal ? Highlight local products; Demonstrate various skills and areas of expertise Connect professionals looking for these various French skills; Questioning the issues of local production in the long term; Etc.

Among the exhibitors, you will find of course Le slip français and Les véritables parapluie de Cherbourg which we no longer need to introduce.
You will also find less famous but still surprising craftsmen.
For example, wooden toys made by L’arbre de vie from falls from a neighboring sawmill. Or the unexpected wooden or horn glasses by Les yeux du loup
But also honey, chocolate, apple juice, cider, biscuits, gherkins, berets, socks, underwear, cosmetics of all kinds, jewelry, furniture, etc.
What is certain is that everyone will find something to satisfy!

On the program of the Made In France Fair in Paris

The fair will be divided into 7 poles: Façonniers & Tricoteurs; Accessories ; Raw materials ; Enoblenders; Components; Services ; Professional organizations and Training.
This year, the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region is honoured. It will present a pavilion of 600 quater meters with about 80 companies!
But that’s not all ! Many conferences are planned. With speakers including former ministers such as Arnaud Montebourg, Yves Jego and Christian Estrosi, and Pierre-Rene Tchoukriel, general manager of the Auchan retail brand.
The topics of the conferences will address many exciting and current debates!
How would the Made in France save France? Is this the end of globalization? Made in France: do big bosses play the game? Are we moving towards a cashless company? The challenges of artificial intelligence for French manufacturers? etc.

That will make us think about the future of our beautiful country!
And you, would you be willing to pay more for more qualitative and local products?

Useful information :

The Made In France show (MIF expo)
Porte de Versailles, Exhibition Hall 2.1
Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th of November, from 10am to 7pm; Monday November 12th from 9am to 7pm.
Free on pre-registration, 10 € on site (refunded at the first purchase).