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Fibre2Fashion launches ITMA Milan 2015 Showcase
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Sep '15
Fibre2Fashion, the leading online trade facilitator for global textile-apparel and fashion industry, has launched a special feature to promote the machinery companies exhibiting at ITMA Milan 2015.

The special feature 'ITMA Milan 2015 Showcase' intends to generate product awareness through creative advertisement along with the logo of participating companies in both – the online feature as well as through a print initiative.

Commenting on the initiative, Jose Daniel, executive director of Fibre2Fashion said, “ITMA Milan 2015 Showcase is a curtain raiser for the participating companies to acquire visibility amongst the visitors and target customers.”

“Through this showcase, Fibre2Fashion.com users can fix up appointments with the participating companies. The showcase will help the participating companies to increase their business networking; we intend to promote this showcase on a larger scale so that more appointments can be generated for the participating companies and their exhibiting at ITMA can be more fruitful,” he adds.

Click here to fix up an appointment with showcase participants during ITMA, and for making your company's presence visible amongst the top business visitors and build new business prospects through 'ITMA Milan 2015 Showcase'.

Since its incorporation in 2000, Fibre2Fashion.com has risen in popularity and the website today commands 12 million page views per month by about 1.9 million global visitors from around 190 countries.

Fibre2Fashion monthly magazine, now in its fourth year, has circulation among carefully chosen target audience globally, and it reaches the desk of top management and decision makers in the textile, apparel and fashion industry.

Previously, Fibre2Fashion has successfully organised special online features on Textile Machinery, Nonwovens, Denims, and more recently on 'Make in India'.

Fibre2Fashion has offices in Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Shanghai (China), Singapore and has marketing partners in Bangladesh, Vietnam and Turkey.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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