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ATSM 2019 to present latest developments in fashion sector

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Feb '19
Courtesy: Apparel textile sourcing Miami
Courtesy: Apparel textile sourcing Miami
The Apparel Textile Sourcing Miami (ATSM) show will bring together US and Latin America apparel industry professionals, from buyers to sellers throughout the B2B and B2C supply chain, from May 28-30, 2019, alongside fashion event, Miami Fashion Week. Apparel Textile Sourcing trade shows are the fastest growing trade shows in Canada, the USA, and Europe.

The event will bring to Miami an unprecedented opportunity for industry professionals to benefit first-hand from the latest developments transforming the fashion industry from design to production.

Launched in 2018, ATSM is returning double in size, connecting attendees with a wider variety of sourcing partners, product categories and service providers, and delivering a world-class seminar speaker roster. With ATSM and Miami Fashion Week now occurring on the same dates just a few blocks away from each other, it is expected that more than 12,000 industry professionals will be in South Florida during this time, according to a press release on the show.

In addition to experiencing the latest fashion production trends first hand, ATSM visitors will learn about the key role cyberspace is now playing in the sourcing ecosystem and how ecommerce, which was once a topic confined to retail businesses, must now be understood and implemented by suppliers and SAAS businesses throughout the entire sourcing supply.

Attendees will have opportunities for Q&A with speakers and panellists on the subjects of B2B omni-channel marketing, drop-shipping, B2B2C software solutions, near-shoring and reshoring, cross-border ecommerce for factories and online retailers, and more to be announced.

Digital disruption from brands with cyber incubation such as Bonobos, Glossier, Everlane and Casper are shifting consumer habits with innovative new store concepts to meet market demand. As microbrands increasingly define consumer buying habits, ATSM 2019 will focus on the future of retail and demonstrate how microbrands are expected to change the face of the industry’s transactional infrastructure from raw materials to retail.

Seminar and keynote themes each day of the show will focus on topics like Government Official Panels, Trade Policy and Effects on Private Sector, Trend Forecasting, Creative Seminars, Fashion Show, Business and Finance, and B2B/B2C ecommerce, Supply Chain Strategy.

This year, ATSM attendees will meet near-sourcing Latin American suppliers on the show floor next to the new US Producer and Providers Pavilion, which has already secured 15+ Made-in-USA exhibits for those sourcing from domestic producers.

ATSM 2019 has announced the launch of a dedicated Footwear Pavilion, a Technical Textiles section, and live demonstrations of state-of-the-art machinery. As robotic automation in manufacturing is increasingly adopted, the ability to produce merchandise at lower cost will allow microbrands to add more design seasons to their collections and new designers to enter the market. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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