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Visitor numbers up 3.6% at Première Vision Pluriel
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Sep '13
With 62,932 visitors, Première Vision Pluriel demonstrates robustness and coherency of its shows.

Coming to see some 1,950 exhibitors, the 62,932 international professionals (+3.6% over September 2012) at the Parc d’Expositions de Paris Nord - Villepinte were enthusiastic about the energy of an edition described as strong, full of fruitful discussions and extremely productive.

Steadily increasing over the past several sessions, all six shows reached a new level this September. Beyond the prevailing optimism and excitement, a real pick-up in business activity was felt. The strength and international appeal of the shows are more tangible than ever. Is this the sign of the economic recovery anticipated by the upstream sector? Only the future will tell.

But one thing is certain. Thanks to risk-taking and bold strategic choices; thanks to a complementary, high-quality and creative selective offer; thanks to its unique inspirational role and cutting-edge marketing approach, Première Vision Pluriel is today more than ever, in step with the needs and expectations of the fashion industry and international markets.

This sector, overturned both structurally and economically in recent years by the crisis, is today betting on innovation, creativity and quality to move forward and overcome its unique challenges.

ZOOM’s BOOMING: The first Zoom of 2013 saw a leap in visitor numbers followed by an 18% rise at the second session, showing that this key fashion manufacturing event is going from strength to strength (8166 visitors).

ZOOM enjoyed a particularly busy session under the management of PVMANUFACTURING, who acquired the show on 17 September. Loyal exhibitors welcomed the new management, which will strengthen the show’s existing connections with Première Vision Pluriel and promises to bring renewed energy to the show’s development, with no compromise on variety or quality.

Access to the new organisers’ resources, made available to Zoom shortly before the show, doubtless contributed to September’s success.

The fashion sourcing trade show dedicated to manufacturing offers from France and the Euro-Med and Indian Ocean regions, held at Paris-Nord Villepinte, was wrapped up to the satisfaction of exhibitors and visitors alike, signalling the beginnings of an economic recovery in the manufacturing sector.

Visitors were impressed with the diversification and improved standards of the show’s highend, creative offer. The proximity manufacturing offer of Zoom’s handpicked exhibitors proves the compatibility of a proximity sourcing offer with international buyers’ needs. The success of both 2013 sessions indicates that Zoom by Fatex still has a large client base for future editions, attracted by its high-end, high-quality manufacturing solutions.

ZOOM by FATEX

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