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Munich Fabric Start SS16 postponed by one day
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Apr '14
Fabric Munich Start has made an important change in the trade fair schedule for MUNICH FABRIC START 2015 and MILANO UNICA. 
 
With the Paris fabric trade fairs taking place a week earlier than usual in February 2015, the schedules of MUNICH FABRIC START and MILANO UNICA overlap. The aim is to resolve this situation in the best possible way for everyone involved and ensure that exhibitors as well as visitors can work as seamlessly as possible. 
 
For that reason, MUNICH FABRIC START Spring Summer 16 will be moved ahead by one day in February 2015, taking place from Monday to Wednesday, 2 to 4 February 2015. 
 
MILANO UNICA Spring/Summer 16 will be postponed by one day in February 2015, taking place from Wednesday to Friday, 4 to 6 February 2015. 
 
In February 2016, MUNICH FABRIC START and MILANO UNICA will return to their usual schedule and take place from Tuesday to Thursday of different weeks.
 
With this proactive move, agreed in a full spirit of collaboration, it is able to reduce the schedule overlap between MUNICH FABRIC START (2 to 4 February 2015) and MILANO UNICA (4 to 6 February 2015) to a single day. Moreover, this step helps to avoid possible hotel and travel bottlenecks that might have arisen from schedule overlaps with ISPO, which takes place in Munich from 5 to 8 February 2015. 
 
Being reliable partners to the industry, it cares greatly about creating an ideal schedule situation for all parties involved and wants to ensure that the presentation can take place in the premium-brand environment.
 

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