Texworld Evolution will be held in France, February 6 to 8, 2023.
There will be 750 exhibitors from over 20 countries and the exhibition center will concentrate in one place most of the global sourcing for fashion brands, from ready-to-wear to luxury.
The event presents an opportunity for buyers to measure the new balance between the major international sourcing zones after the transformations related to the Covid crisis. There will be 220 Chinese companies, 122 Turkish manufacturers, 43 Korean companies and 45 Indian companies. Thai embroiderers and Indonesian manufacturers will also be visible. Africa will be represented by 270 companies. The African continent will also be represented with companies from Ethiopia and Ghana.
Several round tables and conferences will open debates on themes such as the contribution of Web3 in the fashion and clothing industry, secondhand markets, or ways to make a company sustainable without compromising its competitiveness. Other highlights will revolve around the issues raised by sustainable fashion and recyclability. A conference on the sourcing offer in Ghana will finally allow uncovering the industrial potential of this country.
The February edition also includes a revisited sustainable sourcing itinerary. This will bring together a hundred companies that have implemented CSR initiatives in an operational manner.