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Biggest clothing show set to boost business
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The Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show returns in April 2011 attracting leading industry figures, suppliers and buyers from all over the world - and promises to be the biggest and most influential show yet.

As the only UK-based, international exhibition dedicated to the workwear, corporate clothing and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) industries, the show, sponsored by footwear experts the JAL Group, has become the industry's main focal point of the year.

The event provides the most effective forum for manufacturers to connect directly with target key decision makers, raise brand awareness, launch new products and generate sales leads.

Visitors will have a unique opportunity to see the widest possible selection of products, meet their existing suppliers, discover new ones and catch up on all industry developments all under one roof.

The fourth consecutive Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show is being held at Coventry's Ricoh Arena on April 5 and 6, 2011 and has a packed schedule of speakers and events. Some of the world's biggest names in workwear such as Pacific Brands, Hunter Apparel, Rockfall, Invista's CORDURA(R) brand, William Sugden & Son, Sharon Lee, Buffera and Kingfisher Apparel, have already confirmed their participation alongside safety footwear specialists Magnum, Footsure, Bootmate, The Florida Group and E Sutton & Son.

One of the main attractions at the exhibition will be the CORDURA(R) sponsored Fashion Catwalk Show with leading brands from a number of industry sections being displayed by models strutting their stuff with slick choreography by Debbie Astell of TImesTwo Productions , who has worked on numerous major films, exhibitions, TV musicals and fashion events. The 30 minute fashion show will be staged three times on each day of the exhibition.

The 2011 show will also feature a Tunisian Pavilion featuring that country's finest manufacturers and a delegation of companies from the Ethiopian Textile & Garment Manufacturer Association.

The Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show

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