With these stories in mind, the information in this guide was assembled to help the new designer and entrepreneur, so they show up in each booth prepared with more than just a design idea. This should explain what you are looking for and how to provide the required specifics about your idea so a factory can determine if they can produce your product and advise pricing and the other specifications needed. This way you can determine which factory is best for you and your product.
To efficiently source production your idea must be clear and understandable to factories and reps. You must appear ready to manufacture (even if you’re not). This guide attempts to provide the basic details needed for production sourcing. The following subjects are covered:
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I am seeking to find a trim used by a producer “The Great Adirondack” her name is Patricia (Patti) A. Subik. She uses a trim and calls it French Braid and sells this after she dyes it. I’ve been in touch with her and she referred me to the Jay Company in NY.
Check out https://www.fashiondex.com/silver/trims/
Good evening, we want to buy that book which should have the contact details of sources for apparel fabric all over the world. the book with name “Apparel industry source book” is it so the book to satisfy our need ? how many pages and what are the countries covering the sourcing data. ?
also how can we buy this book on line