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Despite crisis exhibitors demand more space at CIFF

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Dec '08
Despite of financial crisis worldwide several CIFF exhibitors dare to extend their stand area at Copenhagen International Fashion Fair from 5th to 8th of February in Bella Center. Copenhagen International Fashion Fair is fast approaching and the 32th edition of the fair takes place from 5th to 8th of February 2009 in Bella Center.

In connection to the financial crisis worldwide, the fashion industry in particular is suffering the most. But not all companies show signs of the crisis and several exhibitors at CIFF do dare to defy the tendencies and extend their exhibition area at the fair in February.

As I see it, you make it more worse than it actually is just by talking about it, says Manager Jens Obel from Kaffe Clothing Company, who is extending their stand from 207 m2 to 342 m2 in Hall C at CIFF32. Our export rose with 32 % at CIFF in August 2008 and therefore we need more space to service our customers, Jens Obel continues.

Kaffe Clothing Company is represented at CIFF with the following brands: Kaffe, Cream, Sirup and Kön & Mön. Other CIFF exhibitors follow the same pattern as Kaffe Clothing Company; Qui is extending from 54 m2 to 104.5 m2, Staff is extending from 90 m2 to 135 m2 and Boheme extending from 54 m2 to 81 m2

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