October 13, 2009 Co-operative Clothing will be taking its first steps into Europe next month, exhibiting an extensive range of its products at the A+A Exhibition 2009 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
A+A 2009 will be the biggest international event of the year for companies involved in safety, security and health at work, and will showcase products from all over the world such as corporate clothing.
Clothing Managing Director Designate for The Co-operative Group, Mark Wilkinson, will be taking both North and South of England Sales Executives Calvin Weightman and Sean Noon to showcase the variety of sectors for which The Co-operative Group’s clothing division manufactures.
Mark Wilkinson said: “A+A is Europe’s largest uniform exhibition and is our first serious foray into Europe. We expect both trade and end user contacts to visit, and we’ll be hoping to make use of sterling’s current weakness to underline the excellent value which our products offer.”
This year, A+A’s major topic for the first time is disaster control, a timely subject which is currently at the forefront of many people’s minds.
The programme at the A+A Congress has been extended to include a day-long “Disaster Control Forum” to be held on November 4. The talks and discussions here revolve around the general theme “Overcoming Disasters – A Challenge for the Population, the State and the Economy”.
Via EPR Network
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