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Exhibitors at Interstoff Asia Essential showcase latest cutting edge designs
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May '09
Interstoff Asia Essential Autumn offers ideal textile trading platform in the hub of Asia.

Measures offered to alleviate exhibitor participation costs.

One of Asia's best-known textile trade events, Interstoff Asia Essential Autumn, is confirmed to take place from 7 to 9 October 2009 at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre. Now, more than ever, the fair's position as a niche event for cutting edge fabrics including functional and eco textiles is important in the face of strong trade competition. Set against the backdrop of economic uncertainty, designers and garment makers are turning their attention to unique and distinctive textiles that have been developed with sophisticated design and advanced technology.

Nearly 200 exhibitors are anticipated to take part in the autumn fair, with major brands already confirmed to participate including China based Mozartex Co Ltd showcasing Tencel woven fabrics; Tawainese Everest Textile Co., Ltd, a Bluesign certified manufacturer displaying outdoor functional fabrics and Hong Kong based Wellen Textile featuring their latest fabric designs.

Hong Kong remains an ideal trade destination
Interstoff Asia Essential has developed into a specialised textile trade event that features a wide range of fashion, eco-friendly and functional fabrics. The fair, situated ideally in Hong Kong – Asia's leading trade hub for garment sourcing, accounting for about 80 percent of the total Hong Kong textile exports – provides an exceptional business platform for both local and overseas textile manufacturers and merchandisers. Eight out of ten textile exports from Hong Kong are in Asia. In order of export percentage these include China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, the US, Thailand, Philippines and Jordon.

Reaffirming the region's positioning as a buoyant textile trade destination, the Hong Kong government's SME Export Funding will give local exhibitors the opportunity to receive a grant of up to 50 percent of the total approved expenditures upon successful application. For further information, please visit the official Hong Kong SME Export Funding website at www.smefund.tid.gov.hk

Fair organiser Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd. have also announced the implementation of a 10 percent early-bird discount, which has been welcomed by many international exhibitors who must book a booth on or before 31 May 2009 to receive the offer.

As Hong Kong's textile industry continues to receive government support and Interstoff Asia Essential organisers help alleviate some costs, manufacturers and suppliers should take advantage of these offers and take part in this fair, where they can showcase their latest cutting edge fabrics to thousands of top quality buyers.

Messe Frankfurt

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