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'Fashion Tlaxcala and Business' 2013 opens in Mexico
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The third edition of the Forum ‘Fashion Tlaxcala and Business’ 2013, a two-day event has opened in Mexico’s Tlaxcala state.
 
The forum is one of the promotional activities the Tlaxcala administration has taken over the last two years to strengthen the entire textile and apparel value chain.
 
The objective of the event is to promote the textile supply chain in Tlaxcala with a clear vision to do business with national and international firms.
 
The event serves as a meeting point between entrepreneurs, manufacturers of garments and textiles sectors as well as companies offering services to these sectors.
 
In the 2012 edition, the event saw the participation of 52 exhibitors and attendance from 700,000 visitors which included academics, entrepreneurs and students.
 
In 2012, the Forum included 200 business meetings, a meeting on the proposed public policy for the textile and apparel industry, the delivery of the design award for 2012 and four fashion gateways.
 
The Tlaxcala state government is attempting to activate economic dynamism in the business, create as well as retain jobs in the textile and garment sectors, through promotional events, training and round table conferences with national and international firms, since 2011.
 
The Ministry of Tourism and Economic Development, which maintains close cooperation and responsibility with Camara Textile Industry (Citex) and National Garment Industry (CANAIVE) are responsible behind the initiative to promote Tlaxcala’s textiles and clothing sector.
 
The goal of the government’s initiative is to create an impact through the textiles and clothing sectors as it generates thousands of jobs in the state through 4,000 production units.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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