Inspiramais international arrives in Mexico with a product design exhibit, Inspiration Lecture with Walter rodrigues and Brazilian companies representing the component and fashion sector
Projeto By Brasil takes companies to ANPIC, Mexico's main leather-footwear sector fair and Inspiramais presents new Latin American design releases. For 2019, the sector forecasts a growth of 2.5% per year in the GDP of the Mexican market.
Mexico is the second largest shoe manufacturing market in Latin America. According to Market Studies- Mexico Target 2018, released in December, Mexico was the second largest producer, importer, exporter and consumer of footwear among the economies of Argentina, Brazil and Colombia.
In this context, By Brasil Components, Machinery and Chemicals project - an export incentive action carried out in partnership with Agência Brasileira de Promoção de Exportações e Investimentos (Apex-Brasil) [Brazilian export and investment promotion agency] and Assintecal - which also has a partnership agreement and agreement with Abrameq to represent the range of leather and footwear machines - promote the presence of 17 Brazilian companies that will represent the footwear and fashion components sector at ANPIC, the main leather footwear sector fair in Mexico.
Brazil also takes Inspiramais Internacional to Mexico - Latin America's premier materials design show, held twice a year in São Paulo - with a materials exhibit. Along with the showroom, there will be the Palestra de Inspirações [inspiration lecture] that will present world fashion references and its connections with Brazilian products.
Covering the leather, footwear, machinery and textile sectors, among others, the ANPIC fair brings together industries from both Mexico and different countries, always characterized by dynamism and a large number of contacts made and business done.
The Brazilian companies that will be present at the event are ERPS, Master, Michelon, NBN, BKS, Bremm Peck, Sulpol, Maquetec, ISA Tecnologia, Matrizminas, OTB, Biatex, Polako, Formello, Elastosul, Altero and Killing.
About By Brasil
Brazilian manufacturers in the component sector interested in expanding their business relations with the foreign market have the opportunity to participate, as well as 190 other companies, in the By Brasil Components and Chemicals project, carried out by Assintecal and Apex-Brasil, which intends to promote good export performance and, consequently, of the sector. The project has adequate solutions for each level of internationalization, keeping it within reach of the companies actions of commercial promotion, intelligence, qualification, among others. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For over 35 years, the Associação Brasileira de Componentes para Couro, Calçados e Artefatos (Assintecal) [Brazilian association of leather, footwear and artifact components] has been working directly to expand its leather footwear sector. Its work is recognized for its strength and dialogue with all governmental spheres, for the consolidation of the international market and for its development in fashion research and content. The entity accounts for a sector that has 3 thousand companies. Headquartered in Novo Hamburgo (RS), it also has offices in São João Batista (SC), Nova Serrana (MG), Birigui (SP), Franca (SP) and Jaú (SP).
The Agência Brasileira de Promoção de Exportações e Investimentos (Apex-Brasil) [Brazilian export and investment promotion agency] acts to promote Brazilian products and services abroad and to attract foreign investments to strategic sectors of the Brazilian economy. Agência supports about 11,000 companies in 80 sectors of the Brazilian economy, which in turn export to over 200 markets. Apex-Brasil also plays a key role in attracting foreign direct investment to Brazil, working to identify business opportunities, promoting strategic events and supporting foreign investors interested in allocating resources in Brazil.