On Aug. 18, Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Garment Industry Advance and Development Forum was held at Hongjin International Fashion House.
As the core of fashion industry, the garment industry, with tons of attention, is expected to become the key power to communicate and compete with the globe. Now, it is under adjustment, transformation and upgrading, with simultaneous industrial resources integration.
Themed with “Energize value, Coordinate upgrading.”, the forum provides a platform to discuss heat issues of the service industry of the Greater Bay Area, aiming to find richer resources integration and deeper development cooperation for new energy and advantages while building up cultural confidence for Guangdong garment industry.
According to Bo Xiaoqiang, the head of Guangdong Association of Garment & Garment Article Industry, presented, “Guangdong garment industry this year (2018) has encountered a complex development context, surviving from international trade frictions to domestic economic readjustment; lower growth in consumer spending to increasing composite cost; changes in industrial factors to competition pattern restructure.”
“We are to respond the call of Chinese Textile and Apparel Industry and conduct a series of projects to build a culture-ushering fashion industry. More efforts will lay on not only the integrated development of the the Greater Bay Area, the inheritance and preservation of the garment culture, the innovative circulation for products and trades, but also home and abroad market development. As an integrated platform is built for resource sharing, better services will be provided for member enterprises to promote the development of garment industry.” Bo added.
Sun Weibing ,the vice president of Guangdong Association of Garment & Garment Article Industry, gave an insight into the development layout for the industry. “The Guangzhou-Hong Kong-Macao national strategy casts new opportunities into Guangdong’s garment industry. It can gain more resources for integral upgrade, which is a deep engagement on the construction of the Greater Bay Area.”