THE PLACE WHERE TO MEET
The Meeting of Rimini has gone through crucial themes, in a free dialogue between personalities and different peoples, who are interested in culture, politics, artand in general in man and his doom. Big witnesses of our time have decided to “tell themselves” directly to the wideand heterogeneous audience, who is interested in their lives and in the others’ lives, with an ideal spur showing a an infinite seriousness and curiosity.
The Meeting of Rimini is also a ceremony, which is organized by thousands volunteers who during these years have worked to realize it and make it grow more and more.
COMMUNICATION AT THE MEETING
The Rimini Meeting, thanks to its history of over twenty years, can be for many Firms the "Ideal" event to plan a sponsoring action or an institutional and promotional presence.
Every year about 200 Firms, state and private firms, invest in the Meeting.
It is an opportunity to introduce brands and products into an event which cannot be compared to anything else.
THE MEETING OF BIG NUMBERS
-Over 700.000 participants
-10.000 sq.mts are set up
-12.000 sq.mts restaurants
-6000sq.mts for sport activities
- 3000sq.mts for youth and children
-9rooms for roundtables with 100/10.000 seats
-400 speakers-12/15 didactic exhibitions
-40 shows (music, theatre, dance, cabaret, cinema)
-Over 10sport events
-Over 30.000 books and sold publications
-700 journalists and radio-television accredited operators.
-4800 articles in press review
- About 1000minutes of television coverage for each edition
-200 sponsoring firms.
Distribution of participants according to age:
-less than 25 years old: 38%
-from 25 to 40 years old: 26%
-from 40 to 60 years old: 32%
-over 60 years old: 4%
Distribution of participants according to education:
Primary school: 1.8%
Secondary school: 14.4%
High school: 46.9%
Nielsen 1 region (Piedmont, Valley of Aosta, Lombardy, Liguria): 53.4%
Nielsen 2 region (Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige, Friuli Venezia Gulia, Emilia-Romagna): 18.8%
Nielsen 3 region (Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio, Marche, Sardinia): 12.8%
Nielsen 4 region (Molise, Abruzzo, Puglia, Basilicata, Calabria, Sicily): 9.6%
-High school/university students: 36%