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Online exhibition of fabrics at fibre2fashion
Sep '08
Fabric Expo' 08 at fibre2fashion.com, which was to be online on 15th of this month, has launched. And it will continue to remain online for the period of 30 days after launch. An infallible zone for fabric business, the Online Fabric Expo' 08 is set to wrap the whole internet into fabrics, it seems.

This virtual trade fair illustrates to be a deemed step of fibre2fashion in terms of organizing and arrangement, all pledging to make sure of fabric business to be done like never before – like nowhere before. Leading Fabric Manufacturers from across the globe have all come there to exhibit the thick blanket of their products.

Fabric Expo' 08 has provided a promising platform for Fabric companies to promote their range of materials to a much larger and prospective audience from the Apparel industry. Visitors from the same segment will have an extended selection to pick the right partners for attainment of their exact requirements from a horde of exhibiting Fabric companies.

Now that the online exhibition has begun, it really justifies the pronounced statement, “Selling Fabric online was never this simple”. Companies from the entire Apparel sector are expected to hit a huge visitor-ship by entering this virtual trade fair environment. Visitors, “visit specific booths of the best Fabric vendors offering the best fabric materials; and find out what YOU need”.

Fibre2fashion as it is has a mammoth visitation of about 2 million a month. The previous online expos have been major hits and so is Fabric expo heading towards to be. There are totally 30 Exhibitors to serve the visiting community; visit their specific booths, send enquiries or directly chat online. If you're an apparel manufacturer, you can't miss this event.

Some of the products covered are Cotton, Polyester, Nylon, Viscous, Denim, Silk, Jute, Suiting Material, Corduroy, etc. Apparel manufacturers and other keen fabric traders should roll their eyes on this, as this will serve as their big convenience to check the stylish range of fabrics and for you to come up with unconventional apparel products for your clients and customers.

Visit to experience!

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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