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Fibre2Fashion gets good response at Junioshow Bursa
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Jan '16
Fibre2Fashion Team Turkey received good response at the recently concluded Junioshow Bursa Baby – Kids Ready-to-wear and Kids' Necessities Fair.
 
“We received good response from a constant stream of visitors who dropped in at our stall during the 5-day fair. I am sure some of them will become our long-term clients,” said Ilker Ozguven, marketing partner of Fibre2Fashion Turkey.
 
Junioshow, organised by the Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry in association with Uludag Textile Exporters Association (UTIB), Baby – Kids Textile Sector Industrialists and Businessmen Association (BEKSIAD), and the Bursa Metropolitan Municipality, showed latest spring/summer ready-to-wear trends for 0-12 age group.
 
Fibre2Fashion is the world's leading trade portal for the textile, garment, fashion and retail industry. In addition to various B2B services, the portal offers other niche services like Market Intelligence Report, Recruitment Services and Branding solutions. Fibre2Fashion is also known for offering tailor-made service packages.
 
Since its inception in 2000, Fibre2Fashion.com has emerged as the most significant and interactive platform for buyers, sellers, small, medium and large companies, machinery producers, employees and employers in the entire global textile supply chain. The portal attracts more than 1.9 million worldwide visitors and 10 million page views every month.
 
Fibre2Fashion has offices in Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Shanghai (China), Singapore and has partners in Bangladesh, Vietnam and Turkey. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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