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David Accensi: South & Central & East Europe Sales Manager

David Accensi: “We make environmentally friendly pools possible”

Piscina & Wellness Barcelona is preparing one of its most ambitious and international editions of the last ten years, and it will take place from 27 to 30 November. Different benchmark brands, such as the Hayward multinational company, have already confirmed attendance. David Accensi is currently running one of the two European commercial divisions of the Hayward Holdings Inc. Group, leading Europe’s North, East and South markets, and he actively…

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Ángel Celorrio, Director of Piscina & Wellness Barcelona 2023

We are preparing a strong edition to help companies in the swimming pool industry achieve their sales targets and business objectives, as well as highlighting the innovation in this industry, committed to improving the sustainability of aquatic installations. The positive state of the industry is reflected in the growth of the fair, which will be 43% larger than the last edition held in 2021. The prominence of our overseas exhibitors…

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Pedro Arrebola, President of ASOFAP, the Spanish Association of Swimming Pool Professionals

The good results of the first quarter indicate that the Spanish swimming pool industry will grow by 3.5% in 2023. Our business confidence index is higher than that of other economic sectors. We have already recovered the pre-pandemic levels of demand thanks above all to the dynamism of public pools and pools for collective use segments. We see that sports facilities and tourist accommodations are increasing investments to renew and…

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Eloi Planes, Chairman of the Piscina & Wellness Barcelona Organising Committee and CEO of Fluidra

As an industry, we have the obligation and the opportunity to present our teams and solutions as vital to increase the sustainability of Spain’s swimming pools. Spain has the second largest number of pools in Europe and the fourth largest in the world. Contrary to what one might think, a swimming pool consumes very little water. Spain’s more than 1.3 million pools account for just 0.14% of the country’s overall…

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