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'Providing real solutions to real issues' seminar at Australian Shoe Fair
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Feb '09
In less then three weeks the AUSTRALIAN SHOE FAIR will be filling the halls of the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, bringing fresh labels, fashion forward footwear and educational seminars to buyers and visitors from across Australia and the world.

This season for the first time, a group of leading Thai designers will visit Australia bringing a new and unique selection of footwear to our shores. From the glamorous to the relaxed, labels visiting will include Senso, Patnasilp, Nifty, Shoes R Us, Premsawad, Sak's Fashion, Manwood, Taywin and Podopedist.

Providing real solutions to real issues, complimentary seminars will be run over the three days covering the topics of Foot Health lead by podiatrists Keith Pollack and Abbie Najjarine, they will delve into important topics such as key shoe features for people with problem feet and tips to resolving common orthotic fitting frustrations. On a more creative note will be two Visual Merchandising workshops covering ways to visual merchandise to increase profit and picking the right product mix to maximise profits.

The AUSTRALIAN SHOE FAIR continues to bring some of the finest names in footwear to the industry with exhibitors scouring the world for the latest looks seen in Europe and the USA. This season not to be missed labels include Doc Martens, Florsheim, Levi's by Corell, Ecco, NatSui, Holster, Fiebiger, Birkenstock, Therapy, Windsor Smith, Louis Epstein, and many, many more.

The Australian Shoe Fair is supported by the ARA (Australian Retailers Association).

AUSTRALIAN SHOE FAIR


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