At the three-day international trade show the Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada (ATSC), a premier destination to meet International apparel, textile, fashion and fabric manufacturers and leaders scheduled to begin in August in Toronto. It will see the China Brand Show making its Canadian debut as part of the ATSC event in the second half of this year.
The event will double in size for 2018 with some 600 booths, exhibiting the latest manufactured goods from more than 20 countries and drawing visitors from a wide variety of industries.
Taking 150 booths in an area of about 3,000 square meters, the China Brand Show will bring to Canada a range of high-quality and environmentally-friendly "made in China" goods from more than 100 Chinese enterprises, covering the fields of light manufactured products and household electronics.
The introduction to Toronto of the China Brand Show, which has seen huge success in the United States after launching in 2002 in cities such as Los Angeles and Las Vegas, is a major feat for local businesses that are poised to benefit from making unprecedented connections and securing deals with top-rate international suppliers right on their home turf, said Janson Prescott, ATSC producer.
The growth of ATSC, which debuted in 2016, is the result of increased interest among the Canadian public in manufacturing and importing apparel and textiles, as well as the general growth of international trade of higher-quality, ethically-manufactured products.
Meet hundreds of international manufacturers, touching the fabrics and fashions first-hand, and hearing directly from industry leaders - all at one convenient destination ATSC 2018 which will be held from August 20 to 22 at the International Centre in Toronto, Canada.
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