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Intertex Tunisia exhibition to be held in April 2019

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Oct '18
Intertex Tunisia exhibition to be held in April 2019
The Intertex Tunisia exhibition will be organised between 4-6 April 2019 in Sousse International Fairground in Tunisia. The event is an international platform where over 10,000 textile and related industry professionals are expected to come together under one roof. Over 300 specialised B2B meetings will provide visitors a chance to develop their network.
 
Textile industry delegations and professionals from 18 countries, mainly from neighbouring countries of Tunisia such as Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Nigeria, etc are likely to visit the expo.
 
"Companies participating in Intertex Tunisia fair will gain great export value and sales due to the presence of domestic and international textile professionals," the event organisers said on their website. "Professionals can meet with new suppliers, customers, and business partners."
 
The visitor profile will include apparel brands, fashion labels, textile manufacturers and exporters, denim brands and exporters, retail chain stores and purchasers, wholesalers, fashion designers and design houses, importers and distributors of textile and fashion products, buying houses and agents, fashion mass media, trade body representatives, and international sourcing offices of multinational companies. (PC)

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