Three Yucatecan companies from the textile industry will represent the state of Yucatán in Colombia, with their participation as exhibitors of the Colombia Moda 2018 Fair, which will be held from July Tuesday 24 to Thursday 26 in the city of Medellín.
The show brings together manufacturers and marketers of apparel, jewelery, accesories and leather goods, as well as inputs for the manufacture of textiles. In addition, the fair offers different platforms to showcase initiatives and proposals of designers, as well as conferences by specialists in the sector.
The participating firms are Voga Yucatán, DeFer Guayaberas and Botton Textil, graduates of the Yucatán Export Certification program, promoted by the Secretariat of Economic Development (Sefoe) through the Trade Department. Their presence in Colombia Moda 2018 (and other international expos) is the result of their constant training and hard work.
- Voga Yucatán, a textile company focused mainly on Yucatecan typical clothing and casual-formal style.
- DeFer Guayaberas, manufacturers of Guayaberas, handmade garments and of casual-formal cut.
- Botton Textil, specialized in industrial and casual wear.
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