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SILMO Singapore and ODA form collaboration for 2023 launch

Silmo will launch a new tradeshow, this time in Singapore from 12–14 April 2023.

As published in mivision - Link here.

The Asian flagship edition of Silmo Paris is expected to become the region’s launchpad for new designs, collections, and technologies in the eyewear industry.

Held at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, the Singapore show will bring together stakeholders from the optical and eyewear industry, with over 250 international and local brands across 6,000 sqm of exhibition space. Over 3,000 visitors are expected to attend the event that will feature curated content and platforms for networking and knowledge exchange between industry leaders, in addition to the trade exhibition.

Having an international optics and eyewear trade fair of this scale in Singapore is exciting for Australia.

The event is supported by several industry associations, including the Singapore Optometric Association (SOA), the India Vision Institute (IVI) and Optical Dispensers Australia (ODA) among others. The Asia Optometric Congress (AOC) will also support Silmo Singapore by disseminating information to their ASEAN country members.

April Petrusma, CEO of ODA said, “We are thrilled to see the Silmo brand expand into Singapore next year. Having an international optics and eyewear trade fair of this scale in Singapore is exciting for Australia, as the location is not only the gateway to Southeast Asia but is also an accessible destination for countries within the Oceania region.

Silmo has always been an integral part of the Australian optical and eyewear industry and as such Optical Dispensers Australia is proud to be a supporting partner of SILMO Singapore.

“The Singapore Optometric Association is proud to support the inaugural Silmo Singapore. Silmo Singapore, the leading tradeshow and congress in the optical industry, will help converge the optical industry stakeholders to network and share knowledge in helping to promote the role of optometry as a primary eye care profession.” says Ken Tong, President, Singapore Optometric Association.

“Silmo Singapore will be an exciting and informative event for anyone involved in the opthalmic business. Doubly so as it is an in-person event, and one that would be of great benefit to the region as it deals with the burden of growing myopia,” said Vinod Daniel, CEO, India Vision Institute.


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