New York - Morocco has conducted a large-scale communication campaign at Première Vision New York to highlight the textile industry's potential.
New York – Morocco has conducted a large-scale communication campaign at Première Vision New York to highlight the textile industry’s potential.
Première Vision New York, held on July 19-20, is a leading event for several years now for fabrics, textile designs and accessories.
Leading textile and fashion magazine “WWD” has published a three-page special feature touting the opportunities of the textile sector, which is the largest employer in Morocco with 175,000 jobs and 1,600 businesses.
In a story designed to the textile industry in Morocco, the magazine writes that the production units are able to manufacture one billion pieces per year, including 600 million in sub-contracting and 300 million in co-contracting.
In terms of labor, Morocco has 2,000 engineers and more than 30,000 technicians, adds the magazine.
Première Vision New York presented collections from 352 exhibitors, along with numerous seminars, fashion exhibitions and special creative collaborations.
Première Vision has become a sourcing destination for leather buyers and industry professionals looking for new quality solutions and full packaging manufacturing services.