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CPM Moscow sees 10-15% rise in registration of exhibitors

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Aug '18
Courtesy: CPM Moscow
Courtesy: CPM Moscow
The 31st edition of CPM Moscow from September 4 has witnessed rise in the registration of exhibitors by 10-15 per cent. The international tradeshow platform for the fashion business in Russia will bring together market participants in the import and export sector and will keep visitors informed about the latest fashion trends and industry developments.

The four-day exhibition is themed on Fashiontech – New Environment, New Challenges for Design, Retail & Service. The fashion and retail industries will be getting together at the event to take orders in Moscow.

"Russia is once again a market with huge potential! Clothing exports from the EU to Russia are expected to further increase over the course of this year and will likely reach a total annual turnover of approx. 2.5 billion euros. In line with these positive market developments, CPM is also growing and continuing to reinforce its first-rate position for the future," said Thomas Stenzel, managing director of OOO 'Messe Düsseldorf Moscow', fair organiser.

"From one edition of CPM to the next, we have noticed a significant increase in the number of exhibitor bookings, especially from Russian brands. The growth rates range between ten and fifteen percent – and are continuing to rise. Within this context, our plan is to continue further developing the segments and CPM halls like Accessories & Shoes, Body & Beach and StartUp Russia, not only as a logical next step, but also as a timely response to the challenges of today’s market. Before the 31st edition of CPM, we are planning on launching and implementing several new projects aimed at new target groups of the trade fair audience," CPM’s Russian project director Nikolay Yarzew said.

The largest share of brands will come from Germany including Bugatti, Brax, Daniel Hechter, Digel, Lebek & Friends, Olymp, Otto Kern, Redpoint, Roy Robson, Seidensticker and Via Appia. Italy will be showcasing brands like Beatrice.B, Dvroma, Elisa Cavaletti, Ferrante, Geox, Gualtiero, Jijil, Liviana Conti, Maestrami, Malagrida, Oblique, Pennyblack, Persona by Marina Rinaldi, She’s so and Tricot Chic.

CPM Premium, the heart of CPM and home to the avantgarde, will be presenting the following labels to watch out for: Ivan Grundahl from Denmark, Sarah Pacini from Ireland, Two in a Gondola and La Vaca Loca from Greece, Miin from Turkey, Xenia Design from Croatia and Fishfash from Russia. In the CPM Kids’ corner, brands like new exhibitor Zombie Dash and Russian brands Dan&Dani and Melissa will be on show.

"We are delighted that we have once again managed to attract so many new international brands to exhibit at the upcoming CPM in Moscow. That means that visitors who come to the Expocentre exhibition grounds at the beginning of September will be able to discover wonderful

collections by brands from a variety of different countries. And there will also be brands on show that are presenting their collections to the professional Russian audience for the very first time. One thing’s for sure: visitors to the next CPM in Moscow have a lot to look forward to," said Christian Kasch, CPM’s project director international. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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