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Increase in Finnish visitors at Copenhagen Fashion Fairs

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Feb '11
The Copenhagen Fashion Fairs held the CPH Vision & Terminal-2 trade fairs the 3rd-5th of February 2011.

CPH Vision was visited by 12385 fashion professionals and Terminal-2 had 13752 visitors, mainly from key markets like the UK, Benelux, Germany, Italy and Scandinavia. The fairs especially had an increase in the visitors from Finland this season.

Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th of February were key days with high attendance from buyers and press people, great trade and new business.

CPH Vision presented a strong and focused brand portfolio of 145 exhibitors and 221 brands with over 60% brands from Scandinavian countries. At Terminal-2, 128 exhibitors presented 247 contemporary urban and denim brands where as with their AW11 collections.

In February 2010, the visitor numbers were 12966 for Terminal-2 and for CPH Vision the visitors were 12404. This indicates a small increase of 5.5 % for Terminal-2, while taking into account that the fairs were held for three days this February.

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