Bangladesh Denim Expo 25 & 26 April Presents The Latest Trends & Technologies.
FINAL CALL FOR REGISTRATIONS
The 4th Edition of Bangladesh Denim Expo, an international denim show which has been organised for the last two years in the world’s second largest denim manufacturing country, will be held at the International Convention City Bashundhara, Dhaka on 25 and 26 April 2016.
The entire concept of the expo is aimed at fulfilling the needs of the international denim community, them an opportunity to find new products and providing a comprehensive overview of industry developments.
TRULY GLOBAL SIGNIFICANCE
Almost fifty exhibitors from around the world will display their products from across the entire denim value chain including fabrics, washes, accessories and finishes.
A specially designed Trend Zone in the expo will show the latest evolutions and innovative trends that will rule the denim world in the coming seasons.
Three seminars will also be held in the expo where international experts like Amy Leverton, Jeanology and Tenello will talk about future denim trends and technologies.
The expo will be inaugurated at 11:00AM on 25 April by the Founder and CEO of Bangladesh Denim Expo, Mr. Mostafiz Uddin, and will be open for visitors from 11:00am to 7:00pm on both days.
The expo has already carved out its niche among global denim connoisseurs and become an eagerly-awaited event in international denim calendar. A total of 2280 visitors from The USA, The UK, France, Hong Kong, Italy, China, Germany, Spain and The Netherlands attended the 3rd edition of the expo last year.
The April 2016 edition of the expo is expecting to welcome a huge number of visitors, mostly comprising denim and jeanswear retailers, manufacturers, experts, designers, CEOs, managers and senior executives of denim establishments from different corners of the world.
REGISTER BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE
Bangladesh Denim Expo is an Invite Only show so visitors must confirm their registration by 10th April, 2016. Click here to register now.
49 Exhibitors From More Than A Dozen Countries[row] [column size=’1/3′]Bangladesh: 12
Pakistan: 6[/column] [column size=’1/3′]Japan: 3
Germany, Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand, Spain, Brazil: 1 each.[/column] [column size=’1/3′] [/column] [/row]