With little or no experience of open trade shows for UK SMEs, applicants will receive special training, as well as grants to cover some costs. Companies need an annual turnover of between £ 250,000 and £ 5 million to apply, the UKFT said in a press release.
United Kingdom businesses can now apply for government assistance (including financial aid) from the Department for International Trade (DIT) to display or view selected foreign fashion and textile trade shows through the United Kingdom Tradeshow program. These trade shows include Paris Fashion Week, Hemtextile, Premier Vision and PT Uomo.
Grants and support are available for organizations eligible to perform at events, including the Paris Fashion Week, which runs from 26 September to 4 October; Hemtextile (Internal Textile), will run from January 1-13; Pitti Uomo (men’s clothing), running from January 10-13, 2023; Paris Fashion Week – Men’s, Pre-Collection and Swimming, running from 17-22 January; January 2nd Premier Vision; Paris Fashion Week – Men’s, Pre-Collection and Swimming, runs from 27 February to 3 March.
Grants and support are available for companies eligible to attend events such as Paris Fashion Week, Hemtextile (Interior Textile), PT Uomo (Men’s Clothing), Paris Fashion Week – Men’s, Pre-Collection and Swimming, Premier Vision and Paris Fashion Week – Women. (Spring) 2023.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (RR)