Despite a slightly lower attendance figure (3% less than 2011), exhibitors and visitors underlined and appreciated the quality of networking and exchange. 11,431 visitors attended the show, with 68% traveling in from abroad.
A significant increase in the show's core target audience - intimates and beachwear manufacturers - ties in with feedback from exhibitors, who underlined the high calibre of buyers met. Business was firmly on the agenda, with clients particularly dynamic and determined in their choices.
5. Hong Kong
Also worth noting:
Brazil: up 6%, Japan: up 17%, Ukraine: up 17%, Romania: up 23%, Manufacturing zones in the Baltic countries/Northern Europe and Eastern Europe increased by 13 and 2% respectively.
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