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260 brands partake at Children's Fashion Cologne
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Feb '14
Children's Fashion Cologne establishes itself as a business and order platform for the European market
-Strong growth in exhibitors, exhibition space and trade visitors as well as increased internationality
-Over 260 brands from 17 countries on 13,000 square metres 
-Positive mood, good business and inspiration
-Excellent quality of visitors 
  
Boasting over 260 brands, an over 30 percent increase in visitors and significantly expanded exhibition space, the Children's Fashion Cologne (CFC) successfully came to a close on Saturday (1 February 2014).
 
The second edition of the trade fair clearly outreached the good result achieved at the premiere and has thus advanced into become the biggest and most important business and order platform of the children's fashion industry in the Germany-speaking zone. 
 
The 151 exhibitors from 17 countries included market leaders such as Esprit Maternity, the Kid's Fashion Group, Levi's Kidswear, Pepe Jeans London and Sanetta. More than 1,300 trade visitors from 38 countries (Europe, Asia and South America) used the trade fair for children's, baby and maternity fashion for their order business and to establish new business contacts. 
 
As such, the second edition of the CFC met the high expectations of the industry that feels that the event still offers huge potential. "The Children's Fashion Cologne offers the children's fashion world a forum twice a year, which enables efficient business and targeted ordering at international level," summed up Katharina C. Hamma, Chief Operating Officer of Koelnmesse GmbH.
 
"We have been able to establish Children's Fashion Cologne as the central and high-quality platform for children's fashion. Such a platform had been missing in Central Europe until now," Hamma added.
 
Luna Media GmbH is the cooperation partner of the Children's Fashion Cologne. The CEO and publisher, Uwe Schröder, was also very satisfied with the second edition. "We are delighted about the totally successful event, which has surpassed the results of the premiere by far. 
 
 


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