Factory Direct Trade Show

A "Curated" {Re} Source Trade Show for the Fashion Industry
2016-02-29 - 2016-03-02
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To attend please go to http://factorydirectshows.com/index.php/register/ and fill out the form for the next event.
Factory Direct is a {re}Source Trade Show catering to the Fashion Industry within Apparel, Footwear and Accessories. Our focus is on delivering resources that are pre-qualified with low minimums to provide a platform for designers, product development and production professionals to improve their bottom line, test new product, start new divisions and locate resources to run their day to day business, from factories to creative to technology to logistics to financial assistance and more.The focus is quality not quantity. Our philosophy is to create a forum for buyers and suppliers to foster long-term relationships by listening to your needs.Factory Direct is ideal for attendees with small brands starting out, mid-size brands looking to expand their supply chain network, large brands developing new divisions or experimenting with new styles and in need of low minimums, retailers developing private label brands, apparel brands looking to expand into new categories and funded students who want to develop their lines. Located at The New Mart, in the heart of the Los Angeles Fashion District, Factory Direct offers a dedicated sourcing show that’s easy to get to and easy to shop.
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Factory Direct attendees are apparel, footwear, accessory brands along with multi store retailers.
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Factory Direct's exhibitors range from full package factories, cut and sew factories screen printers, T-shirt blank providers, pattern makers, hat makers, leather bags, leather garments, website design, website development, logistics and ERP, PLM, B2B, B2C Software. The show represents domestic and international resources.
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February 29 - March 2, 2016 September 2016 (TBA)

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