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CPM partners with Schneider for its start-up segment
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Apr '16
Collection Première Moscow (CPM), a leading Eastern Europe trade fair and order event, has partnered with Schneider Group, for CPM's start-up segment for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), to be held from August 31 to September 3 in Moscow.

Schneider will act as 'one-stop partner' for European SMEs by providing services like market entry consulting, accounting and tax consultancy, imports and customs as well as support with legal matters to firms that want to expand into regions like Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, the Ukraine and Poland.

“Thanks to the additional partnership with the Schneider Group and the Fashion Fast Track process offered companies will be able to deliver goods to Russia within 10 days. We are delighted to create another attractive offering for our newcomers through this cooperation. This will also attract new producers previously shying away from trade fair participation due to import requirements,” said Christian Kasch, project manager, CPM.

Lars Flottrong, director-partner and board member at the Schneider Group, said, “I think we will set new standards in importing goods to Russia with this joining together of two market insiders and the new Fast Track delivery solution.”

CPM presents international fashion trends in the Russian metropolis Moscow twice a year. The trade show attracts 19,950 visitors to browse 950 collections from approximately 700 international exhibitors in the CPM premium, CPM kids and CPM accessories segments as well as Mode Lingerie & Swim Moscow. (HO)

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