BIFF&BIL 2013 - a market for young designers

20 November 2012

The Bangkok International Fashion Fair and Bangkok International Leather Fair 2013 (BIFF&BIL 2013) are geared to be the platform for young Thai designers to express their creative power and capture the world market. The event, promising to be filled with a complete range of products and exciting activities from Thai and ASEAN manufacturers, will be held during March 13-17, 2013 at Challenger 1-2, IMPACT, Muang Thong Thani.

Vuthichai Duangratana, Deputy Director-General of the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce, the organizer of BIFF&BIL 2013 explained, “The coming BIFF&BIL 2013 is a significant event for young Thai designers to gain knowledge and experiences in design and marketing strategies as well as to understand the market demand and find quality materials to add value to their products. Furthermore, the event will be a synergy of ASEAN fashion and leather industries in a greater dimension to display their full potential to visitors from across the globe. BIFF&BIL 2013 also helps to promote Thailand as ASEAN’s fashion hub from upstream to downstream industries.”

BIFF&BIL 2013 are featured under the theme of “Rhythm of ASEAN”, it will be a rally for synergy of designers from Thailand, ASEAN countries, and other countries across the world in order to create a new phenomenon in fashion and leather business and consistent network of relating parties in Asia’s fashion industry in order to compete in the world arena.

Trade days are from March 13-15, 2013 and Public days are March 16-17, 2013.

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