GoTex Show, the biggest and most complete Brazilian Textile Fair kicked off yesterday 29th Sept 2015. This year, the Gotex Fair has entered into its third edition. The fair aims to strengthen exchanges between companies and textile professionals from different countries, promoting the exchange of information and technology.
Visitors and exhibitors alike come from several countries including Brazil, South Korea, Pakistan, Costa Rica, Colombia, Venezuela, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina, as well as the United States. The show is looking to serve as a worldwide source bringing visitors and the textile merchandise together under one roof.
The most common profile for visitors are those who are in the e-commerce, physical retail, fashion design, sales, importation, and clothing industries. The main interest many Gotex Show visitors vary, with 63 percent of interests in tissue exposure, 28 percent of interests in clothing, and 10 percent of interests in table and bath.
There are a number of segments in the GoTex Show, including those dedicated to popular fashion, home textiles, and garments. The GoTex fair is an ideal place to meet up with business entrepreneurs and to network with those seeking to promote the owner of small businesses.
TopTenWholesale.com and Manufacturer.com are the only Business-to-Business (B2B) Trade Platforms working the GoTex Show. Manufacturer.com is located in LA, California existing for the purpose of connecting sellers and buyers around the globe and TopTenWholesale.com is owned and operated by JP Communications Inc, the same owner of Manufacturer.com. The company is also based in LA, California.
Brazil is the only South American country that holds a prominent position in global textile production. The country is responsible for 2.4% of global textile production, earning it fifth place in the global ranking, and is the fourth largest producer of clothing, with 2.6% of global production.
Brazil has the seventh largest economy in the world, and in South America, it has the top economy, making the country the perfect setting for opportunities in the textile industry. The combinations of a great economy, multiple market demands, and diverse markets, demonstrate the potential that Brazil maintains. The amount of investment put into the textile industry in 2012 alone and into expanding and modernizing textile production is equal to $1.9 billion. With the latter figure in mind, it is easy to see the 7.3 percent growth over 2011 figures.
The show is being held at SÃ£o Paulo Expo Exhibition Center, Rodovia dos Imigrantes, km 1,5 SÃ£o Paulo and will go through till October 1, 2015.
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