F2F Virtual Trade Show is live
Written by olucapri on August 17, 2020
The much-awaited F2F Sourcing Show 2020—the virtual trade fair being organised by Fibre2Fashion for the global textile-apparel industry, is currently ongoing live, bringing together leading manufacturers and importers of textile and apparel sector under one roof. The expo will run till November 15, 2020. Similar to the physical exhibitions, F2F Sourcing Show 2020 has four halls—one each for Apparel, Yarn, Fabric and Machinery. Plus, there is an exclusive TexValley dome for companies from South India. Booths in each of the halls have an interactive set up with all important features like product showcase, profile, business card exchange, live chat, video conferencing and a lot more. WEKO (Weitmann & Konrad GmbH & Co. KG), Jayashree Textiles, SLG (Silver Composite Textile Mills Ltd), Morarjee Textiles Ltd, AMA Herbal Laboratories Pvt Ltd, Thermore (Thermore (Far East) Ltd), CTMTC (China Texmatech Co. Ltd.), RSWM Limited, Datacolor, and Loris Bellini Srl are among the companies sponsoring the digital expo. Reliance Industries Pvt Ltd (R|Elan), NSF International (Sustainable Textile Certifications), Auroro IP (Aurora Textile Industrial Park), ENSO, GBTL Ltd, Pioneer Embroideries Ltd, and TexValley are also sponsoring the F2F Sourcing Show 2020. Representatives from major fashion and retail companies have already registered as visitors to the show. “With all trade exhibitions postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for a virtual expo that can offer similar business networking opportunities without any hassles of travel or accommodation. Our unique trade fair does just that. And being open 24*7, it overcomes time zone restrictions as well,” said Fibre2Fashion executive director Jose Daniel. “I am sure that all exhibitors and visitors will take this opportunity to connect online with fellow business associates, partners and customers, thereby getting their business back on track and regain visibility amongst the targeted audience,” Daniel added.