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Participation up 25% at International Sourcing Expo
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Dec '16
Courtesy: ISEA
Courtesy: ISEA
In comparison to last year, there was 25 per cent rise in the overall participation at the International Sourcing Expo Australia (ISEA), Australia's leading expo for apparel, accessories and textile sourcing. The three-day event that ended recently had over 3,800 trade visitors from start-up labels, established retail brands and chain stores.

At the event, visitors from 23 countries had the opportunity to connect with more than 600 exhibitors from 17 countries including key sourcing regions such as India, China, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Of the total attendees, 75 per cent were business owners, directors, buyers and product developers, said the organisers.  

The comprehensive expert seminar programme that was a part of the event was attended by some of the world's most respected industry professionals examining key changes and trends in international sourcing, providing opportunity for visitors to collect invaluable market insights and learn about global trend and sourcing best practice.

India's presence was significant and concentrated on showcasing high quality product and diverse capabilities, revealing its continued focus on the Australian market to position and drive a quality offering into the future.

ISEA is the one-stop destination for large enterprises, designers and small businesses to improve their supply chain and compare costs and services to help diversify and evolve their brand. (RR)

 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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