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Optimal results observed as more international exhibitors choose Intertextile as their key business trading platform
The global textile apparel flagship fair solidified its leading position as an effective international sourcing platform earlier this week. Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabric’s Autumn Edition took place from 9 – 11 October in Shanghai, attracting over 67,000 buyers, sourcing from nearly 3,300 exhibitors from 19 countries and regions. The fair’s hybrid format served to facilitate maximum business results as buyers and exhibitors alike took advantage of online solutions, while sustainability again came to the fore of industry discussions, issues and innovations.
Intertextile Apparel opens its doors on Saturday with around 3,300 international and domestic exhibitors on show
Covering a total of seven exhibition halls and nearly 200,000 sqm, the apparel textile industry will gather this week at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai. Running from 9 – 11 October, the physical fair will once again be complemented by a series of online sourcing and business matching platforms, enabling wider international participation.
Introducing the Intertextile Hub: fringe programme live-streaming and platform for digital services
Fairgoers can now access all of Intertextile’s digital services, including live-streaming and online business matching features, via one centralised platform, the Intertextile Hub. Participants can tune into the dedicated fringe programme sessions from wherever they are in the world, keeping them connected with the 9 – 11 October physical fair. The three-day fringe programme will be shaped by four key themes that will delve into topics concerning the future of the apparel and textile trade industry.
Key Asian pavilions recognise the potential for overseas suppliers at Intertextile Apparel this October
It is clear why overseas exhibitors are drawn to meet with Chinese trade buyers at Intertextile Apparel, year-on-year. With the country’s large population, the increased popularity for international, quality products and more recently, its spearheading recovering economy, the business opportunities for overseas suppliers are substantial. At the upcoming Autumn Edition running from 9 – 11 October, four Asian country & region pavilions will return from Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan, along with the German and Milano Unica Pavilions.
Autumn Editions of Intertextile Shanghai and Yarn Expo rescheduled to October
In light of recent Covid-19 cases in China, the Autumn Editions of Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles and Yarn Expo will be rescheduled to 9 – 11 October 2021. The fairs were originally due to take place at the end of August at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai).
Intertextile exhibitors find opportunities in a time of crisis
Despite overseas exhibitors and visitors being affected by travel restrictions, Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics welcomed nearly 3,400 exhibitors from 20 countries and regions, with visitors filling the International Halls of the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) from 23 – 25 September. Messe Frankfurt talked to some of the exhibitors about the changes caused by the pandemic and what trends and demands they observed at Intertextile.
The future of fashion? At Intertextile, it’s communication and collaboration
Global climate targets and powerful consumer action are a major influence on the future of fashion. And as one of the largest trading platforms for apparel fabrics in the world, what role does Intertextile play in facilitating sustainability in fashion? This report takes a look from different perspectives from the industry, each represented at the 25th Autumn Edition of the fair in September 2019.
Exhibitors connect with hundreds of Chinese fashion brands at Intertextile Shanghai & Shenzhen’s Japan Pavilions
“Made in Japan” is a popular selling point across many consumer goods categories in China – cosmetics, stationery and homeware to name a few – and this demand also extends to the apparel textile industry. The Japan Pavilion is now well established at both Intertextile Pavilion Shenzhen – the next edition of which takes place from 4 to 6 July – and Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, and continues to draw large crowds at every edition of both fairs. This prompts a key question: every textile producing country has its specialties, but what can be learnt from the phenomenal success of Japanese exhibitors at Intertextile?
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