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Sep
14
Sat
2019
Techtextil @ Frankfurt am. Main
Sep 14 – Sep 17 all-day
Techtextil @ Frankfurt am. Main

More than a trade fair for technical textile and nonwovens, the event is a platform showing a full range of potential uses of modern textile technologies. Making new contacts, connecting technologies and opening up tomorrow’s markets – under the motto ‘Connecting the Future’, Techtextil represents the ideal starting point for innovations. Techtextil is held in parallel with Texprocess, the leading international trade fair for processing textile and flexible materials.

Sep
16
Mon
2019
Apparel Sourcing Paris @ Le Bourget
Sep 16 – Sep 19 all-day

Apparel Sourcing Paris – New Sourcing HorizonsJoin us from 16th to 19th of September 2019 on Apparel Sourcing Paris, the international trade show for fashion organized by Messe Frankfurt France (MFF).

What you will find on Apparel Sourcing Paris

 

Apparel Sourcing Paris is the biggest garment sourcing show in Europe with more than 600 exhibitors from all over the world.

It offers a wide and consistent sourcing for clothing: knitwear, casualwear, sportswear, outerwear and corporate wear. From entry level to top-of-the-range, the offer covers ready-to-wear for men, women and children, providing solutions to demanding buyers.

The presence of a “Small Order Itinerary” which lists the exhibitors who can sell small quantities to designers is a real asset for small brands and capsule collections.

Furthermore, Apparel Sourcing showcases around 50 garment suppliers certified ecofriendly and sustainable.

Discover also the trends of tomorrow for a sourcing closer to Fashion!

Apparel Sourcing Paris and Shawls & Scarves are international trade shows for fashion organized by Messe Frankfurt France (MFF). The shows will be collocated with Avantex, Leatherworld, Texworld and Texworld Denim Paris, which take place twice a year at the Le Bourget fairground and attract thousands of professional visitors from all over the world.

During the fair, you can participate in many events : Catwalks, conferences and Trends Forum.

RESULTS: a session with a real buzz and intense activity

13,929 visitors flocked to The Fairyland for Fashion. This is a new record high for attendance, with a 2.35 increase compared with February 2018. The trade shows organised by Messe Frankfurt France maintain their significance as an international business platform for the fashion industries.

“Business got going extremely quickly. Buyers were intent on determining how feasible their projects were and on getting in first when it came to exclusives. The professionals had already decided what they would look for ahead of the show and wanted to make things happen as fast as possible. From the very outset we were focussed on what is central to our work: trade talk and business. The atmosphere remained very vibrant throughout. Prime contractors attended the shows in the first place for work and to satisfy their curiosity. I am delighted to see the full effects of our strategy – encouraging contact with the materials, the skills and the people who offer them. It is an approach that I want to keep pursuing, no matter what, as nothing is a substitute for actual dialogue with the people and the materials. The almost febrile appetite of visitors thronging the aisles during the first few hours of the shows gives me encouragement in this respect”

TOP 5: 1 – France, 2 – Spain, 3 – United Kingdom, 4 – Turkey, 5 – Italy 

Europe has seen an increase in visitors of almost 2%. This session confirmed the interest shown by French firms in the Messe Frankfurt France trade shows, with a second rise, up 7% again as in February 2018. A significant number of returning Spanish visitors have overtaken the United Kingdom (Brexit) and Turkey (Turkish lira). As for Italy, while remaining very stable, it has posted the strongest growth in this category, up by almost 12%. We note significant attendance by the Netherlands (up 11%). A good showing from Eastern Europe with Poland (up 5%), Belarus (+14%), and Bulgaria (+10%). Ireland and Greece have also made the most of the opportunity (up 7% et 8% respectively). Portugal stands out with an increase of 44%, which attests to the rise in this country’s capacity in clothing production. 

 

There are some pleasant surprises in store:

• A rise in visitor numbers has also been seen from the top five countries on the American continent (Brazil, USA, Colombia and Mexico). Note the good showing for Brazil (up 22%). The USA has a remained a faithful attendee at the shows, as confirmed by the excellent results (up 20%) since February 2017. Attendance by visitors from Colombia (up 9%) and Canada (up 6%) has grown stronger.  

• As for Asia, it has also demonstrated fine overall growth in attendance of 14%, and in particular as regards India (up 13%), South Korea (up 6%) and Israel (up 4%). Special mention goes to Japanese visitors (up 30%), whose attendance declined after the tragic events of 2016 and who are now returning to the shows at Le Bourget. Lastly, we see conspicuously strong growth in the numbers of Chinese buyers. This time around, the calendar was more favourable for them. 

APPAREL SOURCING and SHAWLS&SCARVES PARIS: buzzing with energy, discoveries being the order of the day The 16th session of the Apparel Sourcing and Shawls&Scarves Paris shows, with 366 and 26 exhibitors respectively, demonstrated as never before their immense importance for clothing production and textile accessories in global terms.  An obvious advantage from the start. Visitors got down to business very quickly at exhibitors’ stands, which were a hive of activity practically during the entire event. The products offered at Apparel Sourcing Paris, very diverse in terms of specialisation (from suits to sportswear and from underwear to dresses and blouses), techniques (bespoke tailoring, knitwear, accessories etc.) and ranges (for men, women and children) were aimed at every budget. This allowed buyers to consider the manufacture of future collections calmly. They immediately headed for their usual suppliers, while keeping an eagle eye on the new products offered.  

“A busy and positive atmosphere reigned throughout this February session. Was it because the dates were slightly later in the industry calendar and because firms were eager to finalise their projects and ensure their goals? It also appears that the market is interested in improving how it responds to consumer demands (co-design, sustainability, durability), which has given rise to new approaches by suppliers to demonstrate their capacity to respond to them. It is especially the case with regular suppliers who it is easy to engage with. However it is always satisfying to see that visitors are still just as interested when they encounter new countries or clothing manufacturers that we have tracked down for them”, continues Michael Scherpe, President of Messe Frankfurt France.  

Now more or less a hallmark of Apparel Sourcing Paris, representatives from countries offering good alternative potential once again attracted prime contractors. Hence the return of Ethiopia did not escape the keen interest of visitors. Anteneh Alemu, the Assistant Director of the Investment Board expressed his enthusiasm for the appeal of the five companies that made up the national pavilion. They formed an excellent overview of what the clothing industry can offer in this country with healthy prospects for the future.  

Desta Garment, Eltex textile and Velocity Apparel, manufacturers of more casual clothing, reflected the range of specialisation in different clothing: from sportswear to denim. The textile accessories from Village Industry built on their success in February 2018 and the traditional local skills were well demonstrated thanks to the collections from young fashion labels. Not wanting to omit any details about the Ethiopian ranges of products, we should mention the very first representation of their fabrics at Texworld Paris. Cambodia has also made the most of the opportunity. Its range of products selected from the weavers’ associations for handwoven silk was extremely well received. It primarily showcased scarves and shawls. At the end of the day it was the fabrics with ikat patterns that stole the show. This surprising phenomenon at a trade show dedicated to clothing production is an excellent illustration of the permeability of the different shows at the Fairyland for Fashion. Special mention goes to the excellent results achieved by the collection of jewellery made with metal recovered from land mines from the Cambodian civil war, created by Rajana Association. 

China, still the prime supplier of clothing for France and Europe in 2018, remains, needless to say, one of the pillars of the clothing industry and continues to enter into collaborations with Western fashion brands. Jill Jiang from Shao Weihong believes that Apparel Sourcing Paris is a “great trade show, extremely well organised, with high-calibre visitors” which save a considerable amount of time. Other major countries that are regular exhibitors at the show, represented in pavilions like Bangladesh or Pakistan, were not outdone. Mr Pasch from the Pakistani Sarenna weaving mill resumes “We have not found a better way of meeting our customers in 15 years”. Murat Kungil from Lamartex, a specialist for woven cotton fabrics adds “the show has proven a major advantage for our business over the last16 years”.  

The sole Jordanian exhibitor, Al Samah with their collection of sophisticated stockings caused quite a stir. Garments worn next to the skin were one of the main areas of visitors’ projects, such as swimwear, and especially athleisure and sportswear, which seem to have dominated labels’ new searches. Dictated by the season perhaps? 

In the accessories section, which featured bags, belts, hats and gloves etc., men’s clothing (caps, first and foremost) appears to been the focus of demand, as were products with a strong vintage feel but also with an added twist. 

Summer 2020 was definitely foremost in prime contractors’ minds. Shawls&Scarves therefore met with great success thanks to the profusion of scarves and shawls in cotton fabrics, mostly from India, but with some from China. The new “Artisan” circuit, grouping the skills on display at all the shows in the Fairyland For Fashion, showcased traditional silks from the Cambodian Khmer Artisanry, which lend outfits “added value thanks to their handcrafted quality”, according to the manager Seila Polham. Ready-to-wear brands derive a real benefit from these traditional skills, even separately: hand-crafted products that are so much appreciated. 

Another circuit that was very well attended this session was that of sustainable development: THE hot topic during this February 2019 show that created in some way a common “green” thread across the various segments in the Fairyland for Fashion.   

The Services powered by Mouvtex segment, focussing on the services that are such a necessity for the smooth running of businesses and which was organised in all the shows at the Fairyland for Fashion, also demonstrated a very creative aspect. Alongside the major logistics services providers such as Bolloré Logistics, sourcing and networking such as Mouvtex or textileaddicts.com or QIMA’s certifications, there were further specialist organisations in the areas of design and styling with the fashion schools (ESMOD et AICP), companies providing training and consulting such as OsmoZ Group or P&C Partners, which concentrates on design consulting and PR. One of its founders, Marie-Aude Poulain, explains her surprise: “We have developed solid expertise when it comes to China, but contrary to all expectations it has been the Pakistanis and the Bangladeshis who took notice of our style and design services and also Ethiopia, which showed great interest in our PR services”. Even if this segment is somewhat separate from the usual offer, the quality of visitors convinced the majority of exhibitors. 

The catwalk shows and lectures dedicated to new developments in the fashion industries did not disappoint, especially those relating to a mix of creative skills, such as the catwalk show from a variety of countries, grouping Ethiopian, Cambodian and Chinese designers or the catwalk show highlighting talent from Montfermeil. The lecture about the advantages offered by Ethiopia – definitely a country that is attracting a lot of interest – was very well attended. The presentation on skills and world heritage, even though it was on the final day of the show, left a lasting impression on the audience. 

Avantex Paris @ Le Bourget
Sep 16 – Sep 19 all-day
Avantex Paris – THE International fair for innovative textile!

Join us from 16th to 19th of September 2019 for Avantex Paris, the international trade show for textile innovation organized by Messe Frankfurt France (MFF).

What to expect from Avantex Paris

Avantex Paris is the 1st international tradeshow dedicated to the innovation in the textile and Fashion industry.What to expect from Avantex Paris

It integrates, from conception to retail : innovating fabrics, materials, components, products and services for Fashion.

Innovative fibers and textiles, conductive inks, new printing and textile embroidery technics, wearables, software, prototyping tools, new solutions for smart retail, find all innovations for the Fashion industry  at Avantex.

Avantex Paris gathers startups, brands, designers, garment and textiles manufacturers, retailers, engineers, agencies, studios, institutes & laboratories and universities to create the fashion of tomorrow and open new markets!

Avantex Paris is an international trade show for fashion organized by Messe Frankfurt France (MFF). The show will be collocated with Apparel Sourcing, Leatherworld, Shawls & Scarves Paris, Texworld Paris, and Texworld Denim Paris, which take place twice a year at the Le Bourget fairground and attract thousands of professional visitors from all over the world.

Exhibitors categories

 

RESULTS: a session with a real buzz and intense activity

13,929 visitors flocked to The Fairyland for Fashion. This is a new record high for attendance, with a 2.35 increase compared with February 2018. The trade shows organised by Messe Frankfurt France maintain their significance as an international business platform for the fashion industries.

“Business got going extremely quickly. Buyers were intent on determining how feasible their projects were and on getting in first when it came to exclusives. The professionals had already decided what they would look for ahead of the show and wanted to make things happen as fast as possible. From the very outset we were focussed on what is central to our work: trade talk and business. The atmosphere remained very vibrant throughout. Prime contractors attended the shows in the first place for work and to satisfy their curiosity. I am delighted to see the full effects of our strategy – encouraging contact with the materials, the skills and the people who offer them. It is an approach that I want to keep pursuing, no matter what, as nothing is a substitute for actual dialogue with the people and the materials. The almost febrile appetite of visitors thronging the aisles during the first few hours of the shows gives me encouragement in this respect”

TOP 5: 1 – France, 2 – Spain, 3 – United Kingdom, 4 – Turkey, 5 – Italy 

Europe has seen an increase in visitors of almost 2%. This session confirmed the interest shown by French firms in the Messe Frankfurt France trade shows, with a second rise, up 7% again as in February 2018. A significant number of returning Spanish visitors have overtaken the United Kingdom (Brexit) and Turkey (Turkish lira). As for Italy, while remaining very stable, it has posted the strongest growth in this category, up by almost 12%. We note significant attendance by the Netherlands (up 11%). A good showing from Eastern Europe with Poland (up 5%), Belarus (+14%), and Bulgaria (+10%). Ireland and Greece have also made the most of the opportunity (up 7% et 8% respectively). Portugal stands out with an increase of 44%, which attests to the rise in this country’s capacity in clothing production. 

 

There are some pleasant surprises in store:

• A rise in visitor numbers has also been seen from the top five countries on the American continent (Brazil, USA, Colombia and Mexico). Note the good showing for Brazil (up 22%). The USA has a remained a faithful attendee at the shows, as confirmed by the excellent results (up 20%) since February 2017. Attendance by visitors from Colombia (up 9%) and Canada (up 6%) has grown stronger.  

• As for Asia, it has also demonstrated fine overall growth in attendance of 14%, and in particular as regards India (up 13%), South Korea (up 6%) and Israel (up 4%). Special mention goes to Japanese visitors (up 30%), whose attendance declined after the tragic events of 2016 and who are now returning to the shows at Le Bourget. Lastly, we see conspicuously strong growth in the numbers of Chinese buyers. This time around, the calendar was more favourable for them. 

APPAREL SOURCING and SHAWLS&SCARVES PARIS: buzzing with energy, discoveries being the order of the day The 16th session of the Apparel Sourcing and Shawls&Scarves Paris shows, with 366 and 26 exhibitors respectively, demonstrated as never before their immense importance for clothing production and textile accessories in global terms.  An obvious advantage from the start. Visitors got down to business very quickly at exhibitors’ stands, which were a hive of activity practically during the entire event. The products offered at Apparel Sourcing Paris, very diverse in terms of specialisation (from suits to sportswear and from underwear to dresses and blouses), techniques (bespoke tailoring, knitwear, accessories etc.) and ranges (for men, women and children) were aimed at every budget. This allowed buyers to consider the manufacture of future collections calmly. They immediately headed for their usual suppliers, while keeping an eagle eye on the new products offered.  

“A busy and positive atmosphere reigned throughout this February session. Was it because the dates were slightly later in the industry calendar and because firms were eager to finalise their projects and ensure their goals? It also appears that the market is interested in improving how it responds to consumer demands (co-design, sustainability, durability), which has given rise to new approaches by suppliers to demonstrate their capacity to respond to them. It is especially the case with regular suppliers who it is easy to engage with. However it is always satisfying to see that visitors are still just as interested when they encounter new countries or clothing manufacturers that we have tracked down for them”, continues Michael Scherpe, President of Messe Frankfurt France.  

Now more or less a hallmark of Apparel Sourcing Paris, representatives from countries offering good alternative potential once again attracted prime contractors. Hence the return of Ethiopia did not escape the keen interest of visitors. Anteneh Alemu, the Assistant Director of the Investment Board expressed his enthusiasm for the appeal of the five companies that made up the national pavilion. They formed an excellent overview of what the clothing industry can offer in this country with healthy prospects for the future.  

Desta Garment, Eltex textile and Velocity Apparel, manufacturers of more casual clothing, reflected the range of specialisation in different clothing: from sportswear to denim. The textile accessories from Village Industry built on their success in February 2018 and the traditional local skills were well demonstrated thanks to the collections from young fashion labels. Not wanting to omit any details about the Ethiopian ranges of products, we should mention the very first representation of their fabrics at Texworld Paris. Cambodia has also made the most of the opportunity. Its range of products selected from the weavers’ associations for handwoven silk was extremely well received. It primarily showcased scarves and shawls. At the end of the day it was the fabrics with ikat patterns that stole the show. This surprising phenomenon at a trade show dedicated to clothing production is an excellent illustration of the permeability of the different shows at the Fairyland for Fashion. Special mention goes to the excellent results achieved by the collection of jewellery made with metal recovered from land mines from the Cambodian civil war, created by Rajana Association. 

China, still the prime supplier of clothing for France and Europe in 2018, remains, needless to say, one of the pillars of the clothing industry and continues to enter into collaborations with Western fashion brands. Jill Jiang from Shao Weihong believes that Apparel Sourcing Paris is a “great trade show, extremely well organised, with high-calibre visitors” which save a considerable amount of time. Other major countries that are regular exhibitors at the show, represented in pavilions like Bangladesh or Pakistan, were not outdone. Mr Pasch from the Pakistani Sarenna weaving mill resumes “We have not found a better way of meeting our customers in 15 years”. Murat Kungil from Lamartex, a specialist for woven cotton fabrics adds “the show has proven a major advantage for our business over the last16 years”.  

The sole Jordanian exhibitor, Al Samah with their collection of sophisticated stockings caused quite a stir. Garments worn next to the skin were one of the main areas of visitors’ projects, such as swimwear, and especially athleisure and sportswear, which seem to have dominated labels’ new searches. Dictated by the season perhaps? 

In the accessories section, which featured bags, belts, hats and gloves etc., men’s clothing (caps, first and foremost) appears to been the focus of demand, as were products with a strong vintage feel but also with an added twist. 

Summer 2020 was definitely foremost in prime contractors’ minds. Shawls&Scarves therefore met with great success thanks to the profusion of scarves and shawls in cotton fabrics, mostly from India, but with some from China. The new “Artisan” circuit, grouping the skills on display at all the shows in the Fairyland For Fashion, showcased traditional silks from the Cambodian Khmer Artisanry, which lend outfits “added value thanks to their handcrafted quality”, according to the manager Seila Polham. Ready-to-wear brands derive a real benefit from these traditional skills, even separately: hand-crafted products that are so much appreciated. 

Another circuit that was very well attended this session was that of sustainable development: THE hot topic during this February 2019 show that created in some way a common “green” thread across the various segments in the Fairyland for Fashion.   

The Services powered by Mouvtex segment, focussing on the services that are such a necessity for the smooth running of businesses and which was organised in all the shows at the Fairyland for Fashion, also demonstrated a very creative aspect. Alongside the major logistics services providers such as Bolloré Logistics, sourcing and networking such as Mouvtex or textileaddicts.com or QIMA’s certifications, there were further specialist organisations in the areas of design and styling with the fashion schools (ESMOD et AICP), companies providing training and consulting such as OsmoZ Group or P&C Partners, which concentrates on design consulting and PR. One of its founders, Marie-Aude Poulain, explains her surprise: “We have developed solid expertise when it comes to China, but contrary to all expectations it has been the Pakistanis and the Bangladeshis who took notice of our style and design services and also Ethiopia, which showed great interest in our PR services”. Even if this segment is somewhat separate from the usual offer, the quality of visitors convinced the majority of exhibitors. 

The catwalk shows and lectures dedicated to new developments in the fashion industries did not disappoint, especially those relating to a mix of creative skills, such as the catwalk show from a variety of countries, grouping Ethiopian, Cambodian and Chinese designers or the catwalk show highlighting talent from Montfermeil. The lecture about the advantages offered by Ethiopia – definitely a country that is attracting a lot of interest – was very well attended. The presentation on skills and world heritage, even though it was on the final day of the show, left a lasting impression on the audience. 

Leatherworld Paris @ Le Bourget
Sep 16 – Sep 19 all-day

Leatherworld Paris – The European platform for leather sourcing and related materials

Join us from 16th to 19th of September 2019 for Leatherworld Paris, the leather and related materials trade fair dedicated to the leather industry organized by Messe Frankfurt France (MFF).

What you can expect at Leatherworld Paris

Leatherworld is the European trade show dedicated to sourcing for leather and related materials. From animal origin or not, it introduces a large span of products, from raw materials to finished goods. Buyers and designers can find a wide variety of exotic Leather, tanneries, semi-Finished/finished Leather, leather derivatives, and also footwear, garments, handcrafted leather goods, fashion accessories, handbags & wallets, luggage & briefcase, leather stationery items, leather furniture, etc. Without forgetting, in the same perimeter, synthetic fur.Leatherworld Paris - The European platform for leather sourcing and related materials

This show aims at Fashion & Leather Goods Manufacturers, Fashion Accessories Stores, Furniture Stores, Hypermarkets / Chain Stores, Interior Design Firms, Leather Traders, Luggage & Briefcase Stores, Luxury Stationery Manufacturers, Online Stores, Retailers & Department Stores, Trade Associations / Government Agencies, Upholsterers for Cars, Boats, Yachts, Wholesalers / Distributors

 

Leatherworld Paris is the leather and related materials trade fair organized by Messe Frankfurt France (MFF).
The show will be collocated with Apparel Sourcing, Avantex, Shawls & Scarves, Texworld and Texworld Denim Paris which take place twice a year at the Le Bourget fairground and attract thousands of professional visitors from all over the world.

RESULTS: a session with a real buzz and intense activity

13,929 visitors flocked to The Fairyland for Fashion. This is a new record high for attendance, with a 2.35 increase compared with February 2018. The trade shows organised by Messe Frankfurt France maintain their significance as an international business platform for the fashion industries.

“Business got going extremely quickly. Buyers were intent on determining how feasible their projects were and on getting in first when it came to exclusives. The professionals had already decided what they would look for ahead of the show and wanted to make things happen as fast as possible. From the very outset we were focussed on what is central to our work: trade talk and business. The atmosphere remained very vibrant throughout. Prime contractors attended the shows in the first place for work and to satisfy their curiosity. I am delighted to see the full effects of our strategy – encouraging contact with the materials, the skills and the people who offer them. It is an approach that I want to keep pursuing, no matter what, as nothing is a substitute for actual dialogue with the people and the materials. The almost febrile appetite of visitors thronging the aisles during the first few hours of the shows gives me encouragement in this respect”

TOP 5: 1 – France, 2 – Spain, 3 – United Kingdom, 4 – Turkey, 5 – Italy 

Europe has seen an increase in visitors of almost 2%. This session confirmed the interest shown by French firms in the Messe Frankfurt France trade shows, with a second rise, up 7% again as in February 2018. A significant number of returning Spanish visitors have overtaken the United Kingdom (Brexit) and Turkey (Turkish lira). As for Italy, while remaining very stable, it has posted the strongest growth in this category, up by almost 12%. We note significant attendance by the Netherlands (up 11%). A good showing from Eastern Europe with Poland (up 5%), Belarus (+14%), and Bulgaria (+10%). Ireland and Greece have also made the most of the opportunity (up 7% et 8% respectively). Portugal stands out with an increase of 44%, which attests to the rise in this country’s capacity in clothing production. 

 

There are some pleasant surprises in store:

• A rise in visitor numbers has also been seen from the top five countries on the American continent (Brazil, USA, Colombia and Mexico). Note the good showing for Brazil (up 22%). The USA has a remained a faithful attendee at the shows, as confirmed by the excellent results (up 20%) since February 2017. Attendance by visitors from Colombia (up 9%) and Canada (up 6%) has grown stronger.  

• As for Asia, it has also demonstrated fine overall growth in attendance of 14%, and in particular as regards India (up 13%), South Korea (up 6%) and Israel (up 4%). Special mention goes to Japanese visitors (up 30%), whose attendance declined after the tragic events of 2016 and who are now returning to the shows at Le Bourget. Lastly, we see conspicuously strong growth in the numbers of Chinese buyers. This time around, the calendar was more favourable for them. 

 

APPAREL SOURCING and SHAWLS&SCARVES PARIS: buzzing with energy, discoveries being the order of the day The 16th session of the Apparel Sourcing and Shawls&Scarves Paris shows, with 366 and 26 exhibitors respectively, demonstrated as never before their immense importance for clothing production and textile accessories in global terms.  An obvious advantage from the start. Visitors got down to business very quickly at exhibitors’ stands, which were a hive of activity practically during the entire event. The products offered at Apparel Sourcing Paris, very diverse in terms of specialisation (from suits to sportswear and from underwear to dresses and blouses), techniques (bespoke tailoring, knitwear, accessories etc.) and ranges (for men, women and children) were aimed at every budget. This allowed buyers to consider the manufacture of future collections calmly. They immediately headed for their usual suppliers, while keeping an eagle eye on the new products offered.  

“A busy and positive atmosphere reigned throughout this February session. Was it because the dates were slightly later in the industry calendar and because firms were eager to finalise their projects and ensure their goals? It also appears that the market is interested in improving how it responds to consumer demands (co-design, sustainability, durability), which has given rise to new approaches by suppliers to demonstrate their capacity to respond to them. It is especially the case with regular suppliers who it is easy to engage with. However it is always satisfying to see that visitors are still just as interested when they encounter new countries or clothing manufacturers that we have tracked down for them”, continues Michael Scherpe, President of Messe Frankfurt France.  

Now more or less a hallmark of Apparel Sourcing Paris, representatives from countries offering good alternative potential once again attracted prime contractors. Hence the return of Ethiopia did not escape the keen interest of visitors. Anteneh Alemu, the Assistant Director of the Investment Board expressed his enthusiasm for the appeal of the five companies that made up the national pavilion. They formed an excellent overview of what the clothing industry can offer in this country with healthy prospects for the future.  

Desta Garment, Eltex textile and Velocity Apparel, manufacturers of more casual clothing, reflected the range of specialisation in different clothing: from sportswear to denim. The textile accessories from Village Industry built on their success in February 2018 and the traditional local skills were well demonstrated thanks to the collections from young fashion labels. Not wanting to omit any details about the Ethiopian ranges of products, we should mention the very first representation of their fabrics at Texworld Paris. Cambodia has also made the most of the opportunity. Its range of products selected from the weavers’ associations for handwoven silk was extremely well received. It primarily showcased scarves and shawls. At the end of the day it was the fabrics with ikat patterns that stole the show. This surprising phenomenon at a trade show dedicated to clothing production is an excellent illustration of the permeability of the different shows at the Fairyland for Fashion. Special mention goes to the excellent results achieved by the collection of jewellery made with metal recovered from land mines from the Cambodian civil war, created by Rajana Association. 

China, still the prime supplier of clothing for France and Europe in 2018, remains, needless to say, one of the pillars of the clothing industry and continues to enter into collaborations with Western fashion brands. Jill Jiang from Shao Weihong believes that Apparel Sourcing Paris is a “great trade show, extremely well organised, with high-calibre visitors” which save a considerable amount of time. Other major countries that are regular exhibitors at the show, represented in pavilions like Bangladesh or Pakistan, were not outdone. Mr Pasch from the Pakistani Sarenna weaving mill resumes “We have not found a better way of meeting our customers in 15 years”. Murat Kungil from Lamartex, a specialist for woven cotton fabrics adds “the show has proven a major advantage for our business over the last16 years”.  

The sole Jordanian exhibitor, Al Samah with their collection of sophisticated stockings caused quite a stir. Garments worn next to the skin were one of the main areas of visitors’ projects, such as swimwear, and especially athleisure and sportswear, which seem to have dominated labels’ new searches. Dictated by the season perhaps? 

In the accessories section, which featured bags, belts, hats and gloves etc., men’s clothing (caps, first and foremost) appears to been the focus of demand, as were products with a strong vintage feel but also with an added twist. 

Summer 2020 was definitely foremost in prime contractors’ minds. Shawls&Scarves therefore met with great success thanks to the profusion of scarves and shawls in cotton fabrics, mostly from India, but with some from China. The new “Artisan” circuit, grouping the skills on display at all the shows in the Fairyland For Fashion, showcased traditional silks from the Cambodian Khmer Artisanry, which lend outfits “added value thanks to their handcrafted quality”, according to the manager Seila Polham. Ready-to-wear brands derive a real benefit from these traditional skills, even separately: hand-crafted products that are so much appreciated. 

Another circuit that was very well attended this session was that of sustainable development: THE hot topic during this February 2019 show that created in some way a common “green” thread across the various segments in the Fairyland for Fashion.   

The Services powered by Mouvtex segment, focussing on the services that are such a necessity for the smooth running of businesses and which was organised in all the shows at the Fairyland for Fashion, also demonstrated a very creative aspect. Alongside the major logistics services providers such as Bolloré Logistics, sourcing and networking such as Mouvtex or textileaddicts.com or QIMA’s certifications, there were further specialist organisations in the areas of design and styling with the fashion schools (ESMOD et AICP), companies providing training and consulting such as OsmoZ Group or P&C Partners, which concentrates on design consulting and PR. One of its founders, Marie-Aude Poulain, explains her surprise: “We have developed solid expertise when it comes to China, but contrary to all expectations it has been the Pakistanis and the Bangladeshis who took notice of our style and design services and also Ethiopia, which showed great interest in our PR services”. Even if this segment is somewhat separate from the usual offer, the quality of visitors convinced the majority of exhibitors. 

The catwalk shows and lectures dedicated to new developments in the fashion industries did not disappoint, especially those relating to a mix of creative skills, such as the catwalk show from a variety of countries, grouping Ethiopian, Cambodian and Chinese designers or the catwalk show highlighting talent from Montfermeil. The lecture about the advantages offered by Ethiopia – definitely a country that is attracting a lot of interest – was very well attended. The presentation on skills and world heritage, even though it was on the final day of the show, left a lasting impression on the audience. 

Texworld Denim Paris @ Le Bourget
Sep 16 – Sep 19 all-day
Texworld Denim Paris @ Le Bourget | Paris | Île-de-France | France

Denim for every season

With the textile offer at Texworld Paris and the ready-to-wear at Apparel Sourcing Paris, the uncontested King of all fabrics, unisex, wearable in all seasons, Denim is THE essential material for all brands and designers.

Launched in September 2017, discover the Texworld Denim show dedicated to the blue canvas with, twice a year, close to 70 leading companies specialized in Denim from Bangladesh, China, India, Morocco, Pakistan and Turkey.

Texworld Paris @ Le Bourget
Sep 16 – Sep 19 all-day

Texworld Paris – THE International fair for Fashion!

Join us from 16th to 19th of September 2019 for Texworld Paris, the international trade show for fashion organized by Messe Frankfurt France (MFF).

What to expect from Texworld Paris

Taking place twice a year at Paris – Le Bourget, Texworld, with around 1000 exhibitors, offers professional buyers from all over the world a rich variety of products from basics to creative high-end fabrics of excellent quality.

Texworld Paris – THE International fair for Fashion!

It is a must for manufacturers specializing in: cotton, denim, drapery & tailoring, embroidery & lace, jacquard, knitted fabrics, linen & hemp, prints, shirting, silk, silky aspects, sportswear & functional fabrics, trims & accessories, wool and woolen materials.

The presence of a “Small Order Itinerary” which lists the exhibitors who can sell small quantities to designers is a real asset for small brands and capsule collections.

Furthermore, following the ecofriendly attitude, Texworld showcases around a 100 suppliers of organic cotton, linen, hemp, recycled material and other sustainable textiles.

Discover also the trends of tomorrow for a sourcing closer to Fashion!

 

Texworld Paris and Texworld Denim are international trade shows for fashion organized by Messe Frankfurt France (MFF). The shows will be collocated with Apparel Sourcing, Avantex, Leatherworld and Shawls & Scarves Paris, which take place twice a year at the Le Bourget fairground and attract thousands of professional visitors from all over the world.

RESULTS: a session with a real buzz and intense activity

13,929 visitors flocked to The Fairyland for Fashion. This is a new record high for attendance, with a 2.35 increase compared with February 2018. The trade shows organised by Messe Frankfurt France maintain their significance as an international business platform for the fashion industries.

“Business got going extremely quickly. Buyers were intent on determining how feasible their projects were and on getting in first when it came to exclusives. The professionals had already decided what they would look for ahead of the show and wanted to make things happen as fast as possible. From the very outset we were focussed on what is central to our work: trade talk and business. The atmosphere remained very vibrant throughout. Prime contractors attended the shows in the first place for work and to satisfy their curiosity. I am delighted to see the full effects of our strategy – encouraging contact with the materials, the skills and the people who offer them. It is an approach that I want to keep pursuing, no matter what, as nothing is a substitute for actual dialogue with the people and the materials. The almost febrile appetite of visitors thronging the aisles during the first few hours of the shows gives me encouragement in this respect”

TOP 5: 1 – France, 2 – Spain, 3 – United Kingdom, 4 – Turkey, 5 – Italy 

Europe has seen an increase in visitors of almost 2%. This session confirmed the interest shown by French firms in the Messe Frankfurt France trade shows, with a second rise, up 7% again as in February 2018. A significant number of returning Spanish visitors have overtaken the United Kingdom (Brexit) and Turkey (Turkish lira). As for Italy, while remaining very stable, it has posted the strongest growth in this category, up by almost 12%. We note significant attendance by the Netherlands (up 11%). A good showing from Eastern Europe with Poland (up 5%), Belarus (+14%), and Bulgaria (+10%). Ireland and Greece have also made the most of the opportunity (up 7% et 8% respectively). Portugal stands out with an increase of 44%, which attests to the rise in this country’s capacity in clothing production. 

 

There are some pleasant surprises in store:

• A rise in visitor numbers has also been seen from the top five countries on the American continent (Brazil, USA, Colombia and Mexico). Note the good showing for Brazil (up 22%). The USA has a remained a faithful attendee at the shows, as confirmed by the excellent results (up 20%) since February 2017. Attendance by visitors from Colombia (up 9%) and Canada (up 6%) has grown stronger.  

• As for Asia, it has also demonstrated fine overall growth in attendance of 14%, and in particular as regards India (up 13%), South Korea (up 6%) and Israel (up 4%). Special mention goes to Japanese visitors (up 30%), whose attendance declined after the tragic events of 2016 and who are now returning to the shows at Le Bourget. Lastly, we see conspicuously strong growth in the numbers of Chinese buyers. This time around, the calendar was more favourable for them. 

APPAREL SOURCING and SHAWLS&SCARVES PARIS: buzzing with energy, discoveries being the order of the day The 16th session of the Apparel Sourcing and Shawls&Scarves Paris shows, with 366 and 26 exhibitors respectively, demonstrated as never before their immense importance for clothing production and textile accessories in global terms.  An obvious advantage from the start. Visitors got down to business very quickly at exhibitors’ stands, which were a hive of activity practically during the entire event. The products offered at Apparel Sourcing Paris, very diverse in terms of specialisation (from suits to sportswear and from underwear to dresses and blouses), techniques (bespoke tailoring, knitwear, accessories etc.) and ranges (for men, women and children) were aimed at every budget. This allowed buyers to consider the manufacture of future collections calmly. They immediately headed for their usual suppliers, while keeping an eagle eye on the new products offered.  

“A busy and positive atmosphere reigned throughout this February session. Was it because the dates were slightly later in the industry calendar and because firms were eager to finalise their projects and ensure their goals? It also appears that the market is interested in improving how it responds to consumer demands (co-design, sustainability, durability), which has given rise to new approaches by suppliers to demonstrate their capacity to respond to them. It is especially the case with regular suppliers who it is easy to engage with. However it is always satisfying to see that visitors are still just as interested when they encounter new countries or clothing manufacturers that we have tracked down for them”, continues Michael Scherpe, President of Messe Frankfurt France.  

Now more or less a hallmark of Apparel Sourcing Paris, representatives from countries offering good alternative potential once again attracted prime contractors. Hence the return of Ethiopia did not escape the keen interest of visitors. Anteneh Alemu, the Assistant Director of the Investment Board expressed his enthusiasm for the appeal of the five companies that made up the national pavilion. They formed an excellent overview of what the clothing industry can offer in this country with healthy prospects for the future.  

Desta Garment, Eltex textile and Velocity Apparel, manufacturers of more casual clothing, reflected the range of specialisation in different clothing: from sportswear to denim. The textile accessories from Village Industry built on their success in February 2018 and the traditional local skills were well demonstrated thanks to the collections from young fashion labels. Not wanting to omit any details about the Ethiopian ranges of products, we should mention the very first representation of their fabrics at Texworld Paris. Cambodia has also made the most of the opportunity. Its range of products selected from the weavers’ associations for handwoven silk was extremely well received. It primarily showcased scarves and shawls. At the end of the day it was the fabrics with ikat patterns that stole the show. This surprising phenomenon at a trade show dedicated to clothing production is an excellent illustration of the permeability of the different shows at the Fairyland for Fashion. Special mention goes to the excellent results achieved by the collection of jewellery made with metal recovered from land mines from the Cambodian civil war, created by Rajana Association. 

China, still the prime supplier of clothing for France and Europe in 2018, remains, needless to say, one of the pillars of the clothing industry and continues to enter into collaborations with Western fashion brands. Jill Jiang from Shao Weihong believes that Apparel Sourcing Paris is a “great trade show, extremely well organised, with high-calibre visitors” which save a considerable amount of time. Other major countries that are regular exhibitors at the show, represented in pavilions like Bangladesh or Pakistan, were not outdone. Mr Pasch from the Pakistani Sarenna weaving mill resumes “We have not found a better way of meeting our customers in 15 years”. Murat Kungil from Lamartex, a specialist for woven cotton fabrics adds “the show has proven a major advantage for our business over the last16 years”.  

The sole Jordanian exhibitor, Al Samah with their collection of sophisticated stockings caused quite a stir. Garments worn next to the skin were one of the main areas of visitors’ projects, such as swimwear, and especially athleisure and sportswear, which seem to have dominated labels’ new searches. Dictated by the season perhaps? 

In the accessories section, which featured bags, belts, hats and gloves etc., men’s clothing (caps, first and foremost) appears to been the focus of demand, as were products with a strong vintage feel but also with an added twist. 

Summer 2020 was definitely foremost in prime contractors’ minds. Shawls&Scarves therefore met with great success thanks to the profusion of scarves and shawls in cotton fabrics, mostly from India, but with some from China. The new “Artisan” circuit, grouping the skills on display at all the shows in the Fairyland For Fashion, showcased traditional silks from the Cambodian Khmer Artisanry, which lend outfits “added value thanks to their handcrafted quality”, according to the manager Seila Polham. Ready-to-wear brands derive a real benefit from these traditional skills, even separately: hand-crafted products that are so much appreciated. 

Another circuit that was very well attended this session was that of sustainable development: THE hot topic during this February 2019 show that created in some way a common “green” thread across the various segments in the Fairyland for Fashion.   

The Services powered by Mouvtex segment, focussing on the services that are such a necessity for the smooth running of businesses and which was organised in all the shows at the Fairyland for Fashion, also demonstrated a very creative aspect. Alongside the major logistics services providers such as Bolloré Logistics, sourcing and networking such as Mouvtex or textileaddicts.com or QIMA’s certifications, there were further specialist organisations in the areas of design and styling with the fashion schools (ESMOD et AICP), companies providing training and consulting such as OsmoZ Group or P&C Partners, which concentrates on design consulting and PR. One of its founders, Marie-Aude Poulain, explains her surprise: “We have developed solid expertise when it comes to China, but contrary to all expectations it has been the Pakistanis and the Bangladeshis who took notice of our style and design services and also Ethiopia, which showed great interest in our PR services”. Even if this segment is somewhat separate from the usual offer, the quality of visitors convinced the majority of exhibitors. 

The catwalk shows and lectures dedicated to new developments in the fashion industries did not disappoint, especially those relating to a mix of creative skills, such as the catwalk show from a variety of countries, grouping Ethiopian, Cambodian and Chinese designers or the catwalk show highlighting talent from Montfermeil. The lecture about the advantages offered by Ethiopia – definitely a country that is attracting a lot of interest – was very well attended. The presentation on skills and world heritage, even though it was on the final day of the show, left a lasting impression on the audience. 

Sep
17
Tue
2019
INDEX Dubai; The region’s largest interior design event @ Dubai World Trade Centre
Sep 17 – Sep 19 all-day
INDEX Dubai; The region’s largest interior design event @ Dubai World Trade Centre

 

Launch Year: 1990

Timings: 11:00am – 7:00pm

Organised by: dmg events

 

Event Description: The region’s largest interior design event, connecting 50,000+ architects, interior designers, retailers and procurement professionals with interior furniture and furnishings suppliers. Every year 1,000+ international and local companies transform the Dubai World Trade Centre into a creative playground for the region’s design and fit-out community. You’ll meet new local brands, trend setting start-ups and the biggest international names in the interior furnishings scene. In 2019, INDEX will be part of Middle East Design and Hospitality Week (MEDHW), the biggest celebration of all things design and hospitality… and you won’t want to miss it.

 

Oct
2
Wed
2019
FASHION WORLD TOKYO 2019 @ Tokyo Big Sight, JAPAN
Oct 2 @ 10:00 am – Oct 4 @ 5:00 pm
FASHION WORLD TOKYO 2019 @ Tokyo Big Sight, JAPAN

FASHION WORLD TOKYO is Japan’s largest fashion trade show which consists of 4 specialised show, held twice a year. Not only as the best gateway to the Japanese market, FASHION WORLD TOKYO is also growing to serve as a new Asian hub for the fashion industry.Take this opportunity to expand your business!

Oct
22
Tue
2019
FILTECH 2019 @ Cologne-Germany
Oct 22 – Oct 24 all-day
FILTECH 2019 @ Cologne-Germany

FILTECH 2018; the world of filtration and separation came to Cologne, from 13-15 March.
The show featured 380 exhibitors and 14,000 participants from 73 countries who visited the leading filtration and separation Show to catch up on innovations and equipment as well as related cutting-edge products and services displayed at the show. The FILTECH 2018 Show benefits from globally growing F&S markets with high-quality demands and stands for impressive innovative power across the entire value chain. The reported number of contacts and the deals made at FILTECH 2018 clearly marked a willingness to invest and reflected the positive market development in the F&S sector. The show was accompanied by a 3-day conference that attracted 534 experts and all those interested in the latest F&S research from around the globe.

With an increase of exhibitors by 8% and total participants by 16%, FILTECH is the largest Filtration Show worldwide. FILTECH also successfully extended its range and featured many closely associated industries, among these, were adhesive applications, cutting, ultrasonic welding and sewing innovations as well as special machinery. 57% of the visitors traveled to Cologne from outside Germany to learn what’s new in the market. 34,5% of all international guests came from non-European countries making the Show an intercultural experience and a unique platform for exhibitors to generate new business.

The experts came from all continents – they even traveled to Cologne from Kenya, Peru, Qatar, South Africa and Chile. A substantial increase was registered in the number of trade visitors from Turkey, Italy, USA, India, France, Japan, Korea.

Exhibitors reported that visitors to FILTECH 2018, showed an extremely high willingness to invest. Exhibitors particularly highlighted the even wider international spread of visitors and their great specialist expertise plus the fact that an extraordinarily high number of top managers (35% top executives) travelled to FILTECH 2018.

Next FILTECH will be held 22-24 October 2019 again in Cologne.

Mar
26
Thu
2020
13th HomeDeco Fair Kazakhstan @ ATAKENT EXHIBITION CENTER
Mar 26 – Mar 30 all-day

13th Homedeco KAZAKHSTAN

The 13th International Exhibition for Home Textile, Interior Design and Houseware

Homedeco Kazakhstan will take place between 26-29 March, 2019 at Atakent Exhibition Centre in Almaty in order to showcase the latest trends set in the industry.

Being a participant at Homedeco 2019, will create a good opportunity for promoting Home Textile and Interior Design goods to all Central Asia regions through representatives of reliable wholesaler companies and trade shops.

Official Name: Homedeco Kazakhstan, “13th International Exhibition for Home Textile, Interior Design and Houseware”

Date: March 2019 (Annual)

Opening hours: 10:00 – 19:00

Organizer: Turkel Fair Organizations Inc.

Exhibitors: 54 exhibitors from 9 countries (Turkey, Kazakhstan, Russia, India, Poland, Italy, China, Belarus, Uzbekistan) on a gross area of 3850 sqm.

Visitors: 3.450

Product Groups: Curtains, Tulles; Decorative Trimmings & Embroidery, Jacquard Curtains, Fabrics, Woven Curtain Fabrics , Cotton Fabrics, Decorative Curtain Accessories, Decorative & Upholstery Fabrics, Bedding & Bathroom Textile; Bedspread Covers, Bed Sheets, Tablecloths, Towels and Bathrobes, Rugs, Mats, Arts and Accessories, Furniture, Flooring , Lighting, Wall coverings , Other Interior Design Products , Kitchen Accessories, Table and Kitchen Textiles, Paper Napkins, Bar and Beverage Utensils, Cooking, Roasting, Baking Utensils , Cutlery, Knives, Kitchen Equipments, Appliances, Glassware, Porcelainware, Ceramicware, Silverware, Metalware, Plasticware, Household Appliances, Cleaning Appliances, Hand Crafts, Gift Items, and Personal Accessories.

Visitor Groups: Wholesalers, Retail Shops, Shopping Mall Authorities, Hotels, Interior Design Companies, Studios, Designers, Academies, Press, Associations, Government Bodies, General Public.

Exhibition Centre: Atakent Exhibition Center; Timiryazev Str. 42 Almaty – Kazakhstan

Country Info: Kazakhstan is a petrol rich country with other various natural resources. It is also the commercial hub of the Central Asia and a fast growing market in terms of construction, textile, and automotive. The domestic production of the country is not so significant which makes Kazakhstan highly dependant on imports. Being very rich in the natural resources increases the overall GNP of the country and also affects the living standards of the Kazakh people enabling high purchasing power. The surrounding countries like Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan,Turkmenistan are very much commercially bound to Kazakhstan which creates an immense potential for the exporters.

Admission: Professional Trade Visitors.

Available Space: 3850 sqm (gross)

For more information or booking your booth please contact us : 

Ttel : +905392346324

Whatsapp : +905392346324

info@kohanjournal.com

DOMOTEX asia / CHINAFLOOR @ SHANGHAI
Mar 26 – Mar 29 all-day

 

FREE ENTRANCE TICKET

 

DOMOTEX asia/CHINA FLOOR – the largest flooring trade show in Asia Pacific now welcomes visitors to register for the 2019 edition, March 26th – 28th. Traditionally, one of the most important sectors of the show is carpet, driven by rising consumption in China, being also the place with the highest annual growth rates of carpets consumption. Along with Turkey, China accounts for about 40% of the overall world exports of carpets, while the other major exporting countries decrease their exports.

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Among the highlights of 2019 is Luxury Brands, a distinct display area presenting 15 renowned carpet design firms who indulge visitors with a variety of new, extravagant products. This year three of the companies participating in the event, will take their own booth of 30 sqm. Oritop secured one of them. For several decades, the company has been among the leading international trendsetters of innovative, hand-made rugs and flatweaves, successfully blending tradition and modernity. Luxury Brands is co-organized and sponsored by COVER Magazine, a key partner of DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR.

The other forward-looking concept of 21st edition of the show is Chinese Original Carpet Design Show. For the first time DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR the will present a design competition, focusing only on the original Chinese design of carpets and rugs. The show aims to present local talents and introduce Chinese design trends.
Next year for the first time DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR will welcome AGNI. Since their foundation in 1993, they have rapidly grown from a small team of artisans to a huge family of talented craftsmen. AGNI believes in innovation and beauty, continuously striving to make rugs with unique textures, colours and designs. Another leading company joining the fair in 2019 is SHAW. Having a history of 40 years, they introduced significant innovations to carpet industry, including spill-proof carpets and stain and soil resistance system. Last but not least important debut of 2019 is the Korean company Hanil Medical, bringing new for DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR products – heated and cooling floor mats.

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In 2018 DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR increased their international attendance by 10%, from which, the top 5 visiting countries outside of China ranked: South Korea, the United States, Japan, India, and Malaysia. With a considerable increase of Oceania, Europe and Asia regions, more than 97% of the visitors were very pleased with the exhibition. In 2019 DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR will continue its successful path with a significant growth of attendees from its main region – Asia-Pacific.

 

About DOMOTEX Worldwide:
DOMOTEX HANNOVER (January 11-14, 2019) is the world’s leading floor covering trade show. Deutsche Messe AG Hannover organizes the show.
DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR (March 26-28, 2019 in Shanghai) is the largest international flooring show in the Asia-Pacific region. VNU Exhibitions Asia, Build Your Dream and Hannover Milano Fairs Shanghai, a subsidiary of Deutsche Messe, jointly organize the show.
DOMOTEX Turkey (April 27-30, 2019 in Gaziantep) serves the Turkish and Middle Eastern markets. Hannover Messe International Istanbul, a subsidiary of Deutsche Messe, organizes the show.
DOMOTEX USA (Feb 28-Mar 2, 2019 in Atlanta) the only North American trade fair and conference event to focus exclusively on carpets and floor coverings. Hannover Messe USA, a subsidiary of Deutsche Messe, organizes the show.

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Apr
4
Sat
2020
Tunisia Hosts the international Fair of Textile in Sousse , Intertex Tunisia 2019 @ Foire internationale de Sousse
Apr 4 – Apr 6 all-day

Intertex Tunisia Exhibition will be organized between 04-06 April 2019 in Sousse International Fairground in Tunisia and bring the industry professionals together under one roof.

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DOWNLOAD interHomeTunisia

 

WHY TUNISIA?

  • Intertex Tunisia is the best platform to enter into this market and participants will be able to take advantage of all these opportunities with the buyers.
  • Delegations and professional visitors from 18 countries; mainly from neighbouring countries such as Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Nigeria, etc.
  • Intertex Tunisia exhibition is full of opportunities for exhibitors and visitors to do business on a global scale.
  • Intertex Tunisia is an international platform where sector professionals are able to meet each other and develop their network.
  • Intertex Tunisia is the where that you can discover thousands of trendy products of widely known brands and chain stores.
  • Over 10.000 industry professionals come together at same platform with over 300 specialized B2B meetings.
  • You can meet with new suppliers, customers, and business partners.

Visitor profile

  • Apparel brands, Fashion labels
  • Textile manufacturers & exporters
  • Denim brands and exporters
  • Retail chain stores and purchasers
  • Wholesalers
  • Fashion designers and design houses
  • Importers and distributors of textile and fashion products
  • Buying houses and agents
  • Trade body representatives, Chamber of commerce
  • International sourcing offices
  • Fashion mass media

Buyer Programme

The concept of Intertex Tunisia is focused on work with retailers and wholesale buyers. We work constantly to create new and extend existing Buyers Programme to improve the efficiency of your work at the exhibition

We are ready to provide you with all necessary information about the participants and arrange in advance interesting appointments with potential partners.

8000
Professional
Visitors
Specialized B2B Meetings

 

BUYER DELEGATION REGISTRATION

 

CONTACT ORGANIZER:

MR. Behnam Ghasemi
International Sales Manager

Behnam@bridgexpo.com
Mobile: +90 539 234 63 24
Phone: +90 212 306 31 51
Fax: +90 212 306 31 01
www.bridgexpo.com

 

 

for more information about this show and booking your booth please fill the below form now or contact with our Sales department :

Registration

 

 

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Apr
23
Thu
2020
EVTEKS – 25th Istanbul International Home Textiles Exhibition @ CNR Expo Yeşilköy
Apr 23 – Apr 27 all-day

evteks

 

Fair name: EVTEKS – 25th Istanbul International Home Textiles Exhibition

Organizer: ITF Istanbul Trade Fairs / CNR Holding

Cooperation: TETSIAD (Turkey Home Textiles Industrialists’ and Businessmen’s Association)

Dates: 23 – 27 April 2019

Venue: CNR Expo Yeşilköy – İstanbul

Exhibitor Number: More than 1000 Companies

Visitor Number: 150.000

Exhibition Space: 160.000 sqm

Visiting Hours: : 23 – 26 April 2019 09:00 – 18:00 / 27 April 2019 09:00 – 17:00

 

Exhibitor Profile
Curtains
Tulles
Embroideries
Guipure
Non-textile curtains
Sun protection systems

Furnishing fabrics, Upholstery
Transfer imprinted products
Leather & Artificial Leather Furnishings
Decorative fabrics

Bedroom & Sleep Products
Beds and Bedding
Waterbeds
Bed Equipment
Mattresses and Mattress Covers
Linens, Duvet Covers, Bedspreads
Duvets, Duvet Cover Sets, Pillows
Blankets, Quilts

Kitchen and Dining Room
Table Linens
Kitchen Towels and Aprons
Tabletop Decorations

Bathroom Products
Towels, bathrobes
Bathroom curtains
Bath rugs and mats
Bathroom accessories

Carpet & Floor Coverings
Floor coverings
Carpets, rugs, runners
Other floor coverings
Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
Wallpapers & Wallcoverings
Furniture & Decorations
Curtains & Tulles

Textile Raw Materials
Yarn
Fibers
Chemicals
Sub-industry Products
Fillings
Paint & Paint Pigments
Others

Services
Contracting
Design
Marketing & Promotion
Media Press
e-commerce, web

Apr
27
Mon
2020
DOMOTEX Turkey @ Gaziantep Middle East Fair Center
Apr 27 – Apr 30 all-day
DOMOTEX Turkey @ Gaziantep Middle East Fair Center

 

Organized in Gaziantep, the center of machine‐made carpet manufacturing, DOMOTEX Turkey brought industry leaders together from 27 to 30 April once again with the support of Gaziantep Chamber of Commerce (GTO), Southeastern Anatolia Carpet Exporters’ Union (GAIB) and Gaziantep Chamber of Carpet Producers (GHO). The exhibition featured 195 companies from 11 countries and visited by 11.951 sector professionals from 89 countries in 2018 edition.

Apr
30
Thu
2020
Index 2020 @ Palexpo, Geneva
Apr 30 all-day
Index 2020 @ Palexpo, Geneva

Index is a dynamic event that brings together over 12,500 trade visitors from around 100 countries to see the products and services displayed by 586 exhibitors from 41 countries, in more than 22,000m2 net of stand space. The event will be attended by visitors from all levels of the value chain, ranging from raw materials purchasers to brand owners, auto interior designers to high street retailers.

Organizers Contact Details:
Palexpo SA
Route François Peyrot 30
1218 Le Grand Saconnex
Geneva Switzerland
Tel : +41 22 761 11 11
Fax : +41 22 798 01 00
E-mail : index@palexpo.ch

Sep
17
Thu
2020
INDEX Dubai; The region’s largest interior design event @ Dubai World Trade Centre
Sep 17 – Sep 19 all-day
INDEX Dubai; The region’s largest interior design event @ Dubai World Trade Centre

 

Launch Year: 1990

Timings: 11:00am – 7:00pm

Organised by: dmg events

 

Event Description: The region’s largest interior design event, connecting 50,000+ architects, interior designers, retailers and procurement professionals with interior furniture and furnishings suppliers. Every year 1,000+ international and local companies transform the Dubai World Trade Centre into a creative playground for the region’s design and fit-out community. You’ll meet new local brands, trend setting start-ups and the biggest international names in the interior furnishings scene. In 2019, INDEX will be part of Middle East Design and Hospitality Week (MEDHW), the biggest celebration of all things design and hospitality… and you won’t want to miss it.

 

Oct
22
Thu
2020
FILTECH 2019 @ Cologne-Germany
Oct 22 – Oct 24 all-day
FILTECH 2019 @ Cologne-Germany

FILTECH 2018; the world of filtration and separation came to Cologne, from 13-15 March.
The show featured 380 exhibitors and 14,000 participants from 73 countries who visited the leading filtration and separation Show to catch up on innovations and equipment as well as related cutting-edge products and services displayed at the show. The FILTECH 2018 Show benefits from globally growing F&S markets with high-quality demands and stands for impressive innovative power across the entire value chain. The reported number of contacts and the deals made at FILTECH 2018 clearly marked a willingness to invest and reflected the positive market development in the F&S sector. The show was accompanied by a 3-day conference that attracted 534 experts and all those interested in the latest F&S research from around the globe.

With an increase of exhibitors by 8% and total participants by 16%, FILTECH is the largest Filtration Show worldwide. FILTECH also successfully extended its range and featured many closely associated industries, among these, were adhesive applications, cutting, ultrasonic welding and sewing innovations as well as special machinery. 57% of the visitors traveled to Cologne from outside Germany to learn what’s new in the market. 34,5% of all international guests came from non-European countries making the Show an intercultural experience and a unique platform for exhibitors to generate new business.

The experts came from all continents – they even traveled to Cologne from Kenya, Peru, Qatar, South Africa and Chile. A substantial increase was registered in the number of trade visitors from Turkey, Italy, USA, India, France, Japan, Korea.

Exhibitors reported that visitors to FILTECH 2018, showed an extremely high willingness to invest. Exhibitors particularly highlighted the even wider international spread of visitors and their great specialist expertise plus the fact that an extraordinarily high number of top managers (35% top executives) travelled to FILTECH 2018.

Next FILTECH will be held 22-24 October 2019 again in Cologne.

Mar
26
Fri
2021
13th HomeDeco Fair Kazakhstan @ ATAKENT EXHIBITION CENTER
Mar 26 – Mar 30 all-day

13th Homedeco KAZAKHSTAN

The 13th International Exhibition for Home Textile, Interior Design and Houseware

Homedeco Kazakhstan will take place between 26-29 March, 2019 at Atakent Exhibition Centre in Almaty in order to showcase the latest trends set in the industry.

Being a participant at Homedeco 2019, will create a good opportunity for promoting Home Textile and Interior Design goods to all Central Asia regions through representatives of reliable wholesaler companies and trade shops.

Official Name: Homedeco Kazakhstan, “13th International Exhibition for Home Textile, Interior Design and Houseware”

Date: March 2019 (Annual)

Opening hours: 10:00 – 19:00

Organizer: Turkel Fair Organizations Inc.

Exhibitors: 54 exhibitors from 9 countries (Turkey, Kazakhstan, Russia, India, Poland, Italy, China, Belarus, Uzbekistan) on a gross area of 3850 sqm.

Visitors: 3.450

Product Groups: Curtains, Tulles; Decorative Trimmings & Embroidery, Jacquard Curtains, Fabrics, Woven Curtain Fabrics , Cotton Fabrics, Decorative Curtain Accessories, Decorative & Upholstery Fabrics, Bedding & Bathroom Textile; Bedspread Covers, Bed Sheets, Tablecloths, Towels and Bathrobes, Rugs, Mats, Arts and Accessories, Furniture, Flooring , Lighting, Wall coverings , Other Interior Design Products , Kitchen Accessories, Table and Kitchen Textiles, Paper Napkins, Bar and Beverage Utensils, Cooking, Roasting, Baking Utensils , Cutlery, Knives, Kitchen Equipments, Appliances, Glassware, Porcelainware, Ceramicware, Silverware, Metalware, Plasticware, Household Appliances, Cleaning Appliances, Hand Crafts, Gift Items, and Personal Accessories.

Visitor Groups: Wholesalers, Retail Shops, Shopping Mall Authorities, Hotels, Interior Design Companies, Studios, Designers, Academies, Press, Associations, Government Bodies, General Public.

Exhibition Centre: Atakent Exhibition Center; Timiryazev Str. 42 Almaty – Kazakhstan

Country Info: Kazakhstan is a petrol rich country with other various natural resources. It is also the commercial hub of the Central Asia and a fast growing market in terms of construction, textile, and automotive. The domestic production of the country is not so significant which makes Kazakhstan highly dependant on imports. Being very rich in the natural resources increases the overall GNP of the country and also affects the living standards of the Kazakh people enabling high purchasing power. The surrounding countries like Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan,Turkmenistan are very much commercially bound to Kazakhstan which creates an immense potential for the exporters.

Admission: Professional Trade Visitors.

Available Space: 3850 sqm (gross)

For more information or booking your booth please contact us : 

Ttel : +905392346324

Whatsapp : +905392346324

info@kohanjournal.com

DOMOTEX asia / CHINAFLOOR @ SHANGHAI
Mar 26 – Mar 29 all-day

 

FREE ENTRANCE TICKET

 

DOMOTEX asia/CHINA FLOOR – the largest flooring trade show in Asia Pacific now welcomes visitors to register for the 2019 edition, March 26th – 28th. Traditionally, one of the most important sectors of the show is carpet, driven by rising consumption in China, being also the place with the highest annual growth rates of carpets consumption. Along with Turkey, China accounts for about 40% of the overall world exports of carpets, while the other major exporting countries decrease their exports.

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Among the highlights of 2019 is Luxury Brands, a distinct display area presenting 15 renowned carpet design firms who indulge visitors with a variety of new, extravagant products. This year three of the companies participating in the event, will take their own booth of 30 sqm. Oritop secured one of them. For several decades, the company has been among the leading international trendsetters of innovative, hand-made rugs and flatweaves, successfully blending tradition and modernity. Luxury Brands is co-organized and sponsored by COVER Magazine, a key partner of DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR.

The other forward-looking concept of 21st edition of the show is Chinese Original Carpet Design Show. For the first time DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR the will present a design competition, focusing only on the original Chinese design of carpets and rugs. The show aims to present local talents and introduce Chinese design trends.
Next year for the first time DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR will welcome AGNI. Since their foundation in 1993, they have rapidly grown from a small team of artisans to a huge family of talented craftsmen. AGNI believes in innovation and beauty, continuously striving to make rugs with unique textures, colours and designs. Another leading company joining the fair in 2019 is SHAW. Having a history of 40 years, they introduced significant innovations to carpet industry, including spill-proof carpets and stain and soil resistance system. Last but not least important debut of 2019 is the Korean company Hanil Medical, bringing new for DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR products – heated and cooling floor mats.

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In 2018 DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR increased their international attendance by 10%, from which, the top 5 visiting countries outside of China ranked: South Korea, the United States, Japan, India, and Malaysia. With a considerable increase of Oceania, Europe and Asia regions, more than 97% of the visitors were very pleased with the exhibition. In 2019 DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR will continue its successful path with a significant growth of attendees from its main region – Asia-Pacific.

 

About DOMOTEX Worldwide:
DOMOTEX HANNOVER (January 11-14, 2019) is the world’s leading floor covering trade show. Deutsche Messe AG Hannover organizes the show.
DOMOTEX asia/CHINAFLOOR (March 26-28, 2019 in Shanghai) is the largest international flooring show in the Asia-Pacific region. VNU Exhibitions Asia, Build Your Dream and Hannover Milano Fairs Shanghai, a subsidiary of Deutsche Messe, jointly organize the show.
DOMOTEX Turkey (April 27-30, 2019 in Gaziantep) serves the Turkish and Middle Eastern markets. Hannover Messe International Istanbul, a subsidiary of Deutsche Messe, organizes the show.
DOMOTEX USA (Feb 28-Mar 2, 2019 in Atlanta) the only North American trade fair and conference event to focus exclusively on carpets and floor coverings. Hannover Messe USA, a subsidiary of Deutsche Messe, organizes the show.

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Apr
4
Sun
2021
Tunisia Hosts the international Fair of Textile in Sousse , Intertex Tunisia 2019 @ Foire internationale de Sousse
Apr 4 – Apr 6 all-day

Intertex Tunisia Exhibition will be organized between 04-06 April 2019 in Sousse International Fairground in Tunisia and bring the industry professionals together under one roof.

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WHY TUNISIA?

  • Intertex Tunisia is the best platform to enter into this market and participants will be able to take advantage of all these opportunities with the buyers.
  • Delegations and professional visitors from 18 countries; mainly from neighbouring countries such as Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Nigeria, etc.
  • Intertex Tunisia exhibition is full of opportunities for exhibitors and visitors to do business on a global scale.
  • Intertex Tunisia is an international platform where sector professionals are able to meet each other and develop their network.
  • Intertex Tunisia is the where that you can discover thousands of trendy products of widely known brands and chain stores.
  • Over 10.000 industry professionals come together at same platform with over 300 specialized B2B meetings.
  • You can meet with new suppliers, customers, and business partners.

Visitor profile

  • Apparel brands, Fashion labels
  • Textile manufacturers & exporters
  • Denim brands and exporters
  • Retail chain stores and purchasers
  • Wholesalers
  • Fashion designers and design houses
  • Importers and distributors of textile and fashion products
  • Buying houses and agents
  • Trade body representatives, Chamber of commerce
  • International sourcing offices
  • Fashion mass media

Buyer Programme

The concept of Intertex Tunisia is focused on work with retailers and wholesale buyers. We work constantly to create new and extend existing Buyers Programme to improve the efficiency of your work at the exhibition

We are ready to provide you with all necessary information about the participants and arrange in advance interesting appointments with potential partners.

8000
Professional
Visitors
Specialized B2B Meetings

 

BUYER DELEGATION REGISTRATION

 

CONTACT ORGANIZER:

MR. Behnam Ghasemi
International Sales Manager

Behnam@bridgexpo.com
Mobile: +90 539 234 63 24
Phone: +90 212 306 31 51
Fax: +90 212 306 31 01
www.bridgexpo.com

 

 

for more information about this show and booking your booth please fill the below form now or contact with our Sales department :

Registration

 

 

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