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Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada show in August 2017
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Courtesy: Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada
Courtesy: Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada
The second edition of Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada (ATSC) will kick off from August 21, 2017. The three-day apparel, textile and fashion event is one-of-a-kind programme to meet apparel, textile, fashion and fabric manufacturers, factories, and leaders from across the world. The show will provide a platform to develop global industry connections.

ATSC has also secured a 50 per cent increase in exhibit space at the event that will be held in Toronto’s International Centre. ATSC 2017 will bring to Canada hundreds of apparel and textile manufacturers from around the world, including China, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, US, UK, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and many more. The event will include comprehensive trade show and conference.

The programme will be held in association with Canadian and International partnerships such as the Canadian Apparel Federation (CAF), US based Fashion Business Inc. (FBI) and the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Textile and Apparel (CCCT). JP Communications, a business sourcing platform is the producer of the event.

“The uniqueness of Canadian market is always attractive to Chinese manufacturers, success of ATSC’s first edition has given us confidence to bring more high quality producers in 2017,” said Jiang Hui, chairman of CCCT.

“ATSC 2016 had impressive traffic, the seminars were all informative and well attended, and connections with great people were made. We look forward to returning again in 2017,” said Trish Concannon, executive director, FBI.

ATSC  debuted in 2016 with more than 200 booths of merchandise, and over 1,800 attendees. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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