September 16, 2019, 17:47
Bishkek, Sept. 16, 2019. / Kabar /. Seven women's clothing manufacturers from Kyrgyzstan under the brands Anna Bruni, BelMaRo, Credo, Disorelle, Larisa Fashion, Mona Liza, Rula took part in the COLLECTION PREMIÈRE MOSCOW (CPM) international exhibition in Moscow.
CPM is the largest international fashion show in Eastern Europe, representing more than 1,300 international brands. The event was organized by Messe Duesseldorf Moscow and Igedo Company with the support of Messe Düsseldorf.
The CPM exhibition is held twice a year. More than 22 thousand professional visitors meet at the exhibition center of the Expocenter in order to see new collections created by international exhibitors in the segments CPM Premium, CPM accessoires & shoes and CPM BODY & BEACH. About 40 fashion shows, trend presentations, Russian Fashion Retail Forum seminars designed for professional buyers and exhibitors were presented by experts in the field of fashion.
Sewing companies from Kyrgyzstan took part in this exhibition for the third time as part of a trade promotion program in Kyrgyzstan funded by the Government of Switzerland.
Over the four days of the exhibition, the companies were able to present their new collections to the Russian market, conclude contracts and get acquainted with the development trends of the Russian market, prospects for cooperation, and take part in the events of the business program of the exhibition.
The interest of Russian buyers in products from Kyrgyzstan remains unchanged due to modern design, high quality and reasonable price. The companies presented at the exhibition a wide range of clothes for a modern woman - skirts, dresses, cardigans, blouses, shirts and cardigans.
Director of the Mona Lisa sewing company Nargiza Rasulova noted that participation in such exhibitions allowed to improve knowledge on the development trends of the sewing industry, production, as well as present its products, expand business contacts with partners and colleagues.
The Swiss government is assisting in the development of the Kyrgyz Republic as a partnership on the path to sustainable development in Kyrgyzstan. The Swiss program mainly works in the following areas: healthcare; employment and economic development; public administration; water, infrastructure and climate change. Since 1994, Switzerland has provided Kyrgyzstan with over 400 million Swiss francs in the form of technical, financial and humanitarian support.
Established in 1964, the International Trade Centre (ITC) is the joint agency of the World Trade Organization and the United Nations. ITC is the only development agency that is fully dedicated to supporting the internationalization of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).