A year and a half on from the start of the pandemic, what’s changed in China’s market?
On-the-ground observations from spring 2021: As China’s economy firmly bounces back and the country’s trade fairs are back in full swing, the textile market is observing an apparent increased demand for sustainable and innovative products, fuelled by pandemic-related trends.
Sustainability – how is the worldwide movement being perceived in China?
As international exhibitors gathered at Intertextile Apparel’s Spring Edition in March 2021, sustainability was a main theme not just for its dedicated product zone, All About Sustainability, but also a frequently brought-up topic across the fair’s halls. With many newly developed sustainable products on display to visitors who came to the fair with this in mind, fairgoers had much to say on how this worldwide movement is gaining traction in China.
Intertextile says hi to hybrid again
What makes hybrid trade fairs an essential way to connect global suppliers and buyers amid the pandemic? Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics wrapped up its Spring Edition with well-received hybrid solutions complementing the physical fair from 17 – 19 March 2021. Read on to discover how Intertextile’s Hybrid Showcase works and why exhibitors should not miss this opportunity to connect with buyers from China and around the world.
China market rebound confirmed and how your business can benefit from it
First-hand fair experiences amid the pandemic: To discover the feeling on the ground at Intertextile Apparel’s Spring Edition, Messe Frankfurt spoke with fairgoers about their experiences, their forecast for the Chinese market and new trends and changes they’ve observed over the past year. Read the first-hand experiences of your peers at the March 2021 fair below.