Ayakkabi summer fair held in Türkiye

8 March 2004

The new models of the season were displayed at 15th Izmir Shoes, Bags And Accessories Fair which was held between the dates 26-29 February, 2004. According to the Domestic and Foreign Sector's Representatives, the fair was successful with respect to the business relations and the number of trade visitors. The top level executives of the sector came together at the Ayakkabi Summer Fair in which 195 exhibitors participated in the fair. Approximately 7,500 trade visitors attended the fair. The total allocated area was 6432 sq m. The participant companies found the chance to display their latest designs of shoes, bags and accessories. The representatives of the companies from Germany, England, Israel, Sweden, Italy, Greece, Croatia, TRNC, Lebanon, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Russian Federation, Syria, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Finland, Morocco, Ivory Coast, Palestine, France, Georgia, Holland, Hong Kong, Ukraine made business contacts. During the fair, Turkish footwear branding and marketing was discussed in a symposium called 'Marketing, Sales and Branding'. Representatives of the footwear sector had the opportunity to express their demands and complaints. At the cocktail and gala night, top models from Türkiye were on the stage for the fashion show. Ayakkabi/winter will be held from 22-25 July, 2004, at the New Exhibition Complex with an area of 23750 sq m. For further information including the new edition of the fair, please call Ms Sahika Islak +90 232 482 12 70 or fax: +90 232 445 00 40 or email sahika.islak@izmirfair.com.tr

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