If I was a delegate that was planning to attend the August annual trade show at Sourcing at MAGIC, I would find it extremely challenging to narrow down the vendors I would be able to visit on a given day. If I absolutely had to choose, however, I would plan to visit vendors who were the most relevant to younger consumers in the United States, in particular, manufacturers and vendors of imported products that carry items such as those sold in Pier One Imports or The Bombay Company. I’d be tempted to visit a tremendous range of vendors, but would concentrate on the fact that Americans have a particular penchant for exotic goods that reflect a foreign atmosphere is their homes, as well as accessories to present an exotic appearance. Therefore, I would visit vendors that carried unusual and foreign products such as Aman Exports International, Anushree Accessories PVT LTD , Bangladesh Exportwear Industries, Inc., European Textile Collection, and because there is usually a market for Asian exports, Foshan Guangda Garment Co., Ltd , Fu Yun Da Garment (HK) Company Ltd. and Fujian Foreign Economic Service Trade Co . Other companies that would carry unusual accessories that also would tempt me to visit their stalls would be Kagzi Exports, Kay Kay Exports, and Maliks Export Pvt LTD.
Another area that I would be interested in pursuing at the trade show which would also cater to a young population of consumers would be companies that manufacture or distribute jeans as well as other unusual outerwear, such as American Dentimatrix, CI Jeans SA, and Denim North America. I would also look into companies that might distribute unusual sorts of denim and other casual pants such as European Designs, Gianno Co. LTD., India MART.com, or Jin Chuan Apparel, Inc. I would be likely to visit the vendors for Nanjing Foreign Trade Company LTD, Rishi International, and Shanghai Chenghao Internatioanl Trade Co. LTD. My belief is that younger consumers would be extremely interested in fashion looks that come from overseas in Europe and Asia.