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An illustration of the iconic Bar Basso

There's still time to get your event listed in Dezeen's guide to Milan design week 2022

With just a month to go until Milan design week 2022, there's not much time left to be included in our guide to the event on Dezeen Events Guide. Book now to secure your place.

Taking place from 7 to 12 June, Milan design week features hundreds of design events across Milan, including installations, workshops, talks and exhibitions.

Dezeen's guide to Milan design week 2022 will go live 16 May and provide visitors with the week's key information, including listings for all the talks, exhibitions, installations and product launches.

The guide will go on our homepage and sit on Dezeen Events Guide, which has received over 500,000 views since it launched in 2020.

Inclusion in the guide is an affordable way for event organisers, brands and designers to promote their events.

Email [email protected] to be considered for inclusion in the guide.

To ensure that the best events will be selected, all events will be picked by Dezeen's team.

Standard listing

For only £50, you can include your event in the list, which includes its date and location, plus a link to your website.

Featured listing

For £100, you'll get all of the above, plus an image and up to 75 words of text about your event.

Newsletter banners

You can include a hero banner in a dedicated Milan newsletter, which will be sent out to our Dezeen Events Guide subscriber mailing list and Dezeen Weekly newsletter mailing list the week before Milan design week.

There are up to four banners that can be booked. The top banner is £1,750, whereas the other banner positions are £750.

About Dezeen Events Guide

Dezeen Events Guide already lists events around the world, which can be filtered by type and location.

Events taking place later this month include DesignMarch 2022, which takes place from 4 to 8 May and London Craft Week taking place from 9 to 15 May.

To get your event listed, get in touch with the team [email protected]

The illustration, which is loosely based on Milan's iconic Bar Basso, is by Rima Sabina Aouf.