Naples, September 23, 2014 - Vebo, the show dedicated to the world of wedding favors, gifts and part of the house, scheduled for October 3 to 6 at Overseas Exhibition of Naples, became international. The award, granted to the organizers on the basis of parameters that provide for the participation of foreign buyers to the exhibition, has allowed the fair to become the benchmark for the foreign market. Large numbers to support the thirteenth edition of Vebo, where the traditional wedding favor will be only one of the protagonists del'esposizione, with innovative products homewares, increasingly in demand by visitors. There are more than 250 companies present, representing more than 650 brands, which confirm the 'grandeur of Vebo for presentation of new collections of 2015 to the market both Italian and foreign. Inside the exhibition will represent all the Italian industrial districts such as the Venetian, the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, not the least of which centrosud thanks to Campania, Puglia and Sicily, is the strong point, both for efficiency and for sales, production Italian. Meanwhile, the international fair increase holdings of companies many of whom are from northern Italy, with particular concentrations of the Lombard and South Tyrol, leader of the Italian and international market. Baci Milano (objects of the house), Michielotto of Mantua (gift items and table), the Lombard Weissestal (table decoration) and Innova Living (household objects), Maxim Bolzano (Christmas gift and souvenir) and Alps Ideas (candles) are just a few New exhibitors Vebo. Growth in services are also approaching the city of Naples, which allow a considerable induced economic operator in favor of the territory. An agreement with the carrier Meridiana offers discounts of 20% on all routes in Italy to Naples, and Sicily, in particular from Catania, the shipping line TTLines attaches special offers as well as from Palermo GNV, for visitors to the Vebo. Last but not least the agreement defined by Trenitalia and Italo which provides discounts of 30% and 20% on all routes, including islands, reaching Naples.