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International Sourcing Expo begins from Nov 16
11
Sep '15
The International Sourcing Expo and co-located 15th China Clothing & Textiles Expo will take place from November 16–18, 2015 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Australia.

According to a press release from the organiser, the event offers Indian businesses the chance to exhibit in the largest apparel, accessories and textiles sourcing event for Australia.

More than 450 exhibitors from India, China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Fiji, Hong Kong, Taiwan and other countries in the region are expected to participate to gain a foothold in the Australian market.

“The expo provides a unique chance to show latest range of apparel, accessories, footwear, fabric, trim and home textiles to Australian trade buyers with a focus on securing new supply opportunities,” they added.

“We have had an outstanding response from exhibitors for this year’s event” said Julie Holt, exhibition director, International Sourcing Expo.

‘It clearly demonstrates an interest in the Australian market for a professional and established event platform that facilitates these connections and enables business to be written,” she too added.

Exhibitors will be able to meet face to face with trade buyers representing major chain stores and retailers, as well as manufacturers, importers, wholesalers, agents and designers.

The event program includes a comprehensive seminar series which will feature a mix of local industry and global speakers addressing key business issues for local companies to both establish and enhance their sourcing partnerships.

“Enjoying support from Council of Fashion and Textile Industries of Australia and the Federation of Indian Export Organisations, the event is set to provide a stage for new businesses to be established,” the organisers informed. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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