FRANCAL: the edition of changeScheduled one month earlier on the calendar than in past years, the new dates are from 3 to 5 June for the 51st edition of FRANCAL, the Brazilian event that proposes the very best collections for spring-summer to the world.

Jan 28, 2019
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abdala-j-abdalaThe earlier dates on the calendar is not the only change, since the event will be held for only 3 days, proposing alongside the exhibition, inside looks into fashion trends, digital solutions, marketing, and trends in the domestic and international markets. This is because FRANCAL will also propose itself as “the leading event of international scope”, confirms the event’s President, Abdala J. Abdala (in the photo), who continues:

“Buyers and importers from 5 continents will come to meet up with the most important Brazilian footwear industries capable of proposing design, quality, large production volumes, etc.… This is also true of the important fair dedicated to fashion accessories that range from the bag to small leather goods and jewellery. It is exactly with the aim of making B2B meetings with international buyers easier that FRANCAL 2019 has created Exporta+, a diversified area that brings together export-oriented businesses interested in reserving special attention for those visitors arriving from abroad”.

“I am quite sure – concludes Abdala – of the validity of the 2019 edition, since the economic conditions in Brazil, which are definitely on the rise with the Bolsonaro government now in office, have restored a renewed confidence in terms of safety and progress to the industry, retailers, and consumers”.

The next edition of Francal will accordingly be kicked off on 3 June in São Paulo’s Expo Center Norte trade fair district. For more information:


Francal is the Brazilian fair that acts as springboard for spring-summer season, attracting thousands of visitors every year from all […]

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