|FREE FABRIC SOURCING SEMINAR FOR DESIGNERS AND SMALL MANUFACTURERS Textile News Article Posted March 18, 2008|
The greatest challenge in the Apparel Industry today is finding new resources and suppliers that meet the needs of the smaller to mid-size companies. On April 15th at 10am, Sheryl Sapriel owner of The Fabric Stock Exchange will be giving a FREE one hour seminar on fabric sourcing for small manufacturers at the Fashion Business Inc. Offices at 127 East 9th Street, Suite 212 in .
According to Fabric Stock Exchange owner Sheryl Sapriel
In this seminar, which takes place during the Los Angeles Textile Show, the small manufacturer or fashion designer will discover new ways to source the fabrics they need. They will learn about the differences between mills, converters, jobbers, and brokers. They will also learn how to find the latest fabric, color, and fashion trends. The seminar will also include information about the pros and cons and process of purchasing fabric globally. Materials will include a calendar of industry trade shows, lists of trade associations, industry information providers, fabric buying terms, and more. Q & A session: Ask questions and get good answers!
SHERYL SAPRIEL AND THE
FABRIC STOCK EXCHANGE will be showing the latest in fashion fabrics
from Michael Levine's at the
Los Angeles Textile Show at the California Market Center in
Los Angeles , California April 14th, 15th, and 16th. Michael
Levine's is the premier source in
for better fashion fabrics at BELOW WHOLESALE
The Fabric Stock Exchange is a fabric brokering service for small manufacturers, fashion designers, retail fabric stores, fabric converters, importers and fabric jobbers. T he company specializes in selling first quality, off-price, immediately available fabrics at BELOW WHOLESALE prices. T he Fabric Stock Exchange has been successfully bringing buyers and sellers together for over 30 years.
Learn more about the
Fabric Stock Exchange.