18 MARCH 2020

Pitti Uomo 97. Our analysis on Print, Web, and Social

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According to the official final figures, the January 2020 edition of Pitti Immagine Uomo saw a decrease of around 10% in the total attendance compared to January 2019, but this drop didn't affect the significance of the tradeshow – that is, a global reference point for menswear. Regarding Pitti Uomo 97 (January 7-10th), "there were around 21,400 real buyers, of which more than 8,300 came from abroad, dimensions that only Pitti Uomo can boast on a worldwide level", says Agostino Poletto, General Manager of Pitti Immagine. Just take a look at the ranking of the 20 most important markets at Pitti Uomo: Germany, Japan, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Spain, Turkey, France, Switzerland, Belgium, United States, Russia, South Korea, China, Austria, Greece, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, Canada, and China-Hong Kong.

Given the importance of this event, we decided to analyze its media impact on Print, Web, and Social media. DMR Group experts monitored our Panel from Jan 1-16th with a focus on the official keywords, including #PittiUomo, #PU97, and #PittiUomo97. See below for highlights from the analysis that you can download at this link.

PITTI UOMO 97 MEDIA IMPACT RESULTS

Pitti Uomo 97 gained a total Earned Media Value of almost €36M. Print magazines represented 80% of this result, while Web and Social Media cover 15% and 5%, respectively. The data confirms that the event is successful on traditional media where there was large support of the tradeshow at the Fortezza da Basso.

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There were 1,633 online articles focused on this edition of Pitti Uomo with a monetary value of over €5M. We found web content on the event in 33 of 46 countries of our panel. The top 3 countries by number of articles were: Italy, by a significant margin with 831 editorials, followed by USA with 114 and the UK with 93.

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Looking at Social Media, there were 1,496 total posts for a reach of 54,016,951 and a monetary value of almost €1.8M. Instagram was the most used platform, representing 65.4% of the total content and more than 80% of the Earned Media Value generated on Social. Regarding the category of authors, Media/Journalists made the highest number of posts (51% of the total quantity), but Celebrities and Influencers reached the highest value (46% of the total EMV). Celebrity soccer player Claudio Marchisio (Italy) provided the most value for Pitti Uomo 97, making 6 posts equivalent to more than €200K EMV.

These are just a few highlights of our analysis of the latest edition of Pitti Uomo. If you want to know more, request your copy of our Pitti Uomo 97 report at info.emea@dmr.st.