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Start-ups to get boost at Apparel Textile Sourcing German

Mar '19
Pic: Apparel Textile Sourcing
Pic: Apparel Textile Sourcing
A boost to the start-ups, Apparel Textile Sourcing Germany (ATSG) will provide with a plethora of partners from the trade show that will change the landscape of their business. Bringing world-class seminar series and hand-selected exhibitors to the European market, the three-day international trade event is scheduled to kick-start from September 11.

For more than 2000 attendees who will be at the show, ATSG has a threefold approach at each event namely Product Development and Sourcing, World-class seminar series, and Matchmaking.

"While finding factories is a primary reason retailers and brands attend sourcing shows, ATS trade shows also bring leading industry professionals, trade commissioners and government officials together into an open forum to interact with those shaping the current and future trade ecosystems in the apparel industry. Our matchmaking platforms have been very helpful to both brands and retailers as well as our manufacturers. European brands and retailers can now become involved in the ATS experience," founder and CEO Jason Prescott said.,

"The foundation of trade shows continues to evolve and ATS has led the way in steering progressive change in the industry. While many shows for sourcing and retail have become too large, predictable and lacking energy, ATS events have offered contrast and focus. ATS efficiently showcases both Asian and regional vendors, in a setting that focuses on product development while addressing the major challenges in global sourcing.  In addition, ATS has successfully delivered a seminar series that is blended into each day of the trade show. The seminars address key issues in the industry ranging from trade agreements, tariffs, AI and machine learning and innovation in product development. I am confident that this same formula will result in an exciting show – ATSG – in Berlin this September.” Jeff Streader, managing director of Go Global Retail, said.

"The core role the IAF plays in the apparel industry is to bring together executives from all levels of the supply chain in order to strengthen how both the private and public sectors interact in order to streamline domestic and international sourcing. What ATS has done for the Americas, will now be available to German and European buyers at large. We look forward to assisting both the exhibitors and attendees of ATSG to leverage the IAF network during the show in September," Matthijs Crietee, secretary general of the International Apparel Federation (IAF), said.

"European brands and retailers who visit the show will have the ability to meet exhibitors with numerous capabilities and finishing techniques. We will host a Made in China pavilion that will provide visitors a balance of mass market manufacturers that can service larger programmes, along with factories that service brands or retailers who have smaller programmes. As the consumer market has changed, so have many of the factories throughout China in order to accommodate the shift," chairman Cao of the China Chamber of Commerce for the Import and Export of Apparel and Textiles (CCCT), said. (RR)

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