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CPM Store Concept is back again at 18th CPM
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Dec '11
In February 2012 the Igedo Company will once again be offering CPM Store Concept to exhibitors at the 18th CPM – Collection Première Moscow. Here companies are given the opportunity to present their store concepts to potential partners and franchisees.

“More and more companies exhibiting their collections at CPM are capitalising on the trade fair – not only to fill their order books but many of these exhibitors also wish to introduce trade visitors to their store concepts, franchise offers and Shop-in-Shop systems. "

"This is why we have created CPM Store Concept as a platform for matchmaking between companies and suitable partners,” says CPM Project Director Christian Kasch.

All Store Concept suppliers are given the opportunity to present their special store concepts in large, modern light boxes installed in the area between the Forum Hall and Hall 2. For further details on the CPM Store Concept complete with application forms go to: CPM Moscow's website.

The concept is rounded off by a magazine specifically edited by ProFashion: “CPM Store Concept” features all content coherently presented at a glance. In this magazine all store concept vendors can share their content free of charge.

For visitors the magazine is free to take away. Furthermore, the Store Concept companies can present their franchise content in a slot especially reserved for them at the Russian Retail Forum on 1 March.

The Igedo Company is more than just one of the leading trade fair organisers with a core competency in fashion and digital marketing. Today, the Igedo Company is a unique international.

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