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Trade show Zoom goes under Première Vision Pluriel banner
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Jan '14
The 11th ZOOM will take place under the Première Vision Pluriel banner from 18 to 20 February 2014 at Paris-Nord Villepinte, Hall 2. The show’s integration within the group is now complete under the management of PV Manufacturing. ZOOM is fully incorporated into Première Vision’s marketing plan and is featured in its Yearbook, a catalogue distributed to nearly 30,000 buyers.
 
Fashion professionals attending Expofil, Première Vision, Indigo, Mod’Amont and le Cuir à Paris will also visit ZOOM to see its diverse range of high-quality manufacturing solutions for their collections. ZOOM brings together manufacturing contractors, some highly specialised, who are continually developing new initiatives, techniques and solutions for men’s, women’s and children’s apparel, leather & textile accessories, and household linen.
 
In order to respond in real time to an increasingly demanding and fast-changing market, ZOOM handpicks reliable exhibitors that meet our stringent standards of quality, management and delivery speed, and who are able to adapt quickly to the sourcing requirements of international mid/high-end and luxury ready-to-wear buyers – awareness of natural and organic fabrics, low minimum orders, customisation, hand sewing/finishing, materials purchasing, quality control, logistics etc.
 
Our carefully selected exhibitors from the Euro-Mediterranean region (Eastern Europe, Turkey, North Africa), as well as a few highly responsive countries that have customs agreements with the European Union (Mauritius, for example), are all experienced in meeting top fashion brands’ need for high-quality products delivered to schedule.
 
In February 2014, ZOOM will be hosting 129 exhibitors offering a wide range of services, with expanding offers from its flagship countries Morocco, Romania and Portugal, and a more modest contingency from Tunisia. Visitors will also find a more extensive Lithuanian offer, specialist solutions from Bulgaria and Turkey, while Hungary makes its debut at the show.
 
France’s exhibitors, though fewer in number, are particularly well geared to the needs of international markets. ZOOM sourcing offer will be even more diverse with 13 new exhibitors.
 

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