• Poland Shoes Expo
    Poland Shoes Expo fair opens on 14-16 October 2021. Ptak Warsaw Expo Centre hosts the most special event in the country’s footwear and leather industry. The deadline for companies that want to participate in the fair is 30 September 2021. Free registration is available for visitors until October 7, 2021 at Poland Shoes Expo is a platform that covers both shoes, slippers, boots, bags, accessories and leather and sub-industry sectors. In this way, both manufacturers and importers
  • White Label World Wxpo
    The White Label World Expo is the EU’s largest event for professional online sellers to meet cutting edge white label goods suppliers. Taking place on the 13th & 14th October 2021 at Messe, Frankfurt, the event is unmissable for all white label manufacturers and business owners who would like to discover the newest products and stay far ahead of the curve! Bulgarian Fashion Association is a partner of the event! Tickets are available now, so
  • The new European Bauhaus
    More courage for change! The conference “The New European Bauhaus –Werkstatt der Zukunft” by Fashion Council Germany will bring together international experts in the context of Frankfurt Fashion Week on 6 July to redefine the future of the European fashion and textile industry. The conference is inspired by Ursula von der Leyen‘s initiative “The New European Bauhaus”, which she first presented in her “State of the Union” speech in September 2020. By bringing the Green
  • BBBA
    The British Bulgarian Business Association would like to invite you to a unique opportunity to hear about the British fashion market, how to enter it and what to expect from it.  What: Opportunities on the UK Retail and Fashion Market   Where: Missia 23, ul. Mizia 23, Sofia When: June 17, 4:00 pm Learn how to launch your brand in the United Kingdom, and how to grow your business via international promotion and marketing.  A networking part with a
  • Frontrunners
    The SUSTAINABLE FASHION ALLIANCE FOR INTERNATIONAL MARKETS (Fascinate) is an 18-month project financed by the COSME programme of the European Commission. It aims to support the internationalization of EU textile and fashion SME clusters that are working towards the development of circularity and sustainability in these industries. Besides the textile and fashion industry, this partnership also seekс a cross-sectoral collaboration with the technology (digitalization) and footwear sectors. The project contributes directly to the overall objective
  • DeFine map
    DeFINE is a London College of Fashion-supported project fostering a fashion-tech innovation network across Europe. Leading partners on the project also include Politecnico di Milano, Institute Français de la Mode, Boras INK, and EBN, to name a few. Over the past three years, LCF and our partners have been creating key assets to support the growth of the fashion-tech community, including an online forum, open-access resources, events, our mentoring program, and crucially, their online map
  • The Fascinate project in line with the definition of its strategy as a ESCP-4i Partnership for Internationalization, launches the current public procurement tender in order to develop a comprehensive diagnosis through possible target Markets (Canada, Japan, USA) regarding sustainable fashion/clothing, revealing strategic challenges linked to trends, ethics, most valued points, ideals uncovering international market opportunities for sector SMEs. We are inviting interested applicants to access and read the attached document which includes the objectives, budget allocated
  • Нова ера за европейските модни марки: Дигитализация и устойчивост
    FASCINATE project is organizing its Opening Conference and workshop “A new era for EU fashion brands – Embracing digitalization & Sustainability”, organised in the framework of the ESCP-4i – European Cluster Collaboration Platform. The project’́s aim is to support the internationalization of EU textile and fashion SME clusters that are working towards the development of circularity and sustainability in these industries, and to generate cross-sectoral collaborations, and find sinergies towards addressing the needs of fashion companies when deciding to expand and sell to the
  • Internationalization Strategies for Sustainable Fashion and Textile Brands
    Circular City Week New York will take place online from 22nd to 28th March 2021. Circular City Week is all about taking part in the circular movement and spur action. The festival will be primarily virtual in 2021 and offers a range of opportunities to engage and actively get involved.  We offer you to join an engaging panel discussion and network with experts from the European project FASCINATE. It will take place on March 24, 2021
  • Fashion Together
    Following the successful launch of Fashion Together in September 2020, discover a new and evolved digital experience, designed to bring the industry together, even when we remain apart. Fashion Together will provide key industry insights, as well as a first-hand look at the latest styles, trends and collections through product showcases and our all-encompassing Pure London Virtual Showroom. Tune in on 23rd February 2021 to access it all. Take a virtual tour around the Pure
    Textile, Clothing, Leather and Footwear (TCLF) industries are part of complex and interlinked value chains of fashion, high-end industries and relevant innovative technologies. These sectors are among the most promising and most creative in Europe. According to Eurostat, the TCLF industries represent about 6% of the EU manufacturing employment and generate a turnover of about €210 billion. Textiles, clothing, leather and footwear provide an important contribution to the EU economy with 5 million people employed in the fashion value chain and over
  • Galactica
    GALACTICA project, which aims to foster the creation of new industrial value chains around textile and aerospace sectors based on advanced manufacturing across EU, announced the registration opening for its first-ever Hackathon, with €50.000 in prizes.  SMEs from these sectors as well as other interested parties such as start-ups and university students can form teams and register. One of GALACTICA’s activities is the first Hackathon, which is open to start-ups and SMEs as well as to
    The sponsors of the Fascinate project are Modacc, Denmark’s Lifestyle & Design Cluster, the Bulgarian Fashion Association, the CITEVE technological institute in Portugal, and the Clúster Digital de Catalunya.Funded by the European program COSME, this project will benefit 650 European SMEs. For the first time, the textile and fashion industry and digital technology industry have set to work side by side to determine how they can use the digital sphere to address the needs of
  • Silvia Kabaivanova
    The first fully virtual European Cluster Conference brought together more than 900 stakeholders, policymakers, cluster managers, researchers, entrepreneurs and the public to discuss and share current and future priorities for cluster policies and developments to support sustainable industry development and interregional cooperation, and to build connections between Europe’s value chains, clusters and ecosystems. Silvia Kabaivanova, Chairman of Bulgarian Fashion Association and editor-in-chief of Be Global Fashion Network, made a speach about How clusters can strengthen the European