SAPICA, 79th Edition: Promoting Internationalization.
SAPICA, the home of leather and footwear, is back with a new edition that aims to continue promoting the internationalization of Mexico’s footwear and leather goods to the rest of the world.
It is the most important fair in Latin America in the industry and its 79th Edition will offer different activities to create more awareness around the leather-footwear chain.
There are more than 500 exhibitors attending this edition, promoting their products for trade and positioning their brand. They have the right infrastructure, quality and experience, and it is therefore the perfect opportunity to make new trade deals both locally and internationally.
More than 200 foreign companies from over 30 countries attend each event, and this number is on the rise. SHOES FROM MEXICO will have its own business hub at the fair located at Entrance C3 in Aisle 4000 both, set up for buyers and international brands.
The SHOES FROM MEXICO Hub will offer a personalized service to international buyers, providing them with information of more than 160 companies with exporting experience; this tool aims to help the buyer make better decisions in generating global business. Brands such as Antonio García, Julio de Mucha, Bambino, Brantano, Gosh, Lobo Solo, Lyard, Flexi, Rudel, Caborca, Garcis, Perugia, Vicenza, Giusto, Muro, Berrendo, Michael Alle, Comando, Bond, Calzado Elefante, Paladín, Seducta, Calzado Kinder, Jarking, among others, are some of the brands that will be promoted through the SHOES FROM MEXICO Hub with the aim of setting up business meetings with international buyers.
International markets consider the Mexican footwear sector to be a serious and professional competitor, and recognize that the industry is highly developed. This is a big advantage when presenting the products made Mexico to different countries. SAPICA is the perfect showcase for exactly this, creating a connection between the manufacturer and the ideal buyer.
As well as having a developed footwear industry, the designs always reveal the creative identity of Mexico, something that is not done in all export markets in this industry; for this reason, the designs on display by the brands at SAPICA adapt perfectly to the global trends, making them tradable in any part of the world.
SAPICA goes beyond just a footwear trade fair; it offers added value at its Knowledge Pavilion, and with its cultural events and ‘México es Moda’ Fashion Show. All of this has made it into the best business center for footwear and leather goods in Latin America.