Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada Tradeshow Zooming back home with International Sourcing

TORONTO, Sept 7, 2021 — Apparel Textile Sourcing (ATS) Trade Shows debuts their fifth virtual edition next week, for three days, Sept 14-16, via Zoom and  The virtual event directly connects western hemisphere textile and apparel sourcing buyers with internationally-based manufacturers, via Zoom meetings, straight from showrooms or warehouses, from anywhere around the world – including from China, Bangladesh, India, Mongolia, Portugal, Brazil, Haiti, Canada and the USA.

The Apparel Textile Sourcing brand is built on connecting buyers and sellers and on providing top-level content, seminars, and sessions to benefit attendees.  The event has the strong industry support from the Americas.  In Canada, ATS is partnered with the Canadian Apparel Federation, TFO-Canada, Brands for Canada, and the Canadian Merchandiser.  In the United States with the U.S. Fashion Industry Association, Outdoor Industry Association, and Worldwide Responsible Accedited Production.  In Latin America with Conde Nast Americas and Fashion Designers of Latin America.

“Our partners make this event:  From North America to Asia, Mongolia to Miami, Toronto to Dhaka, DC to Delhi, we have our partners to thank for making our virtual trade shows a hit,” said Jason Prescott, CEO & producer of ATS.  “With good technology and Zoom, we provide the textile and apparel industry with a free-to-attend, best-of-breed tradeshow.”

ATS-Virtual will feature apparel and textile manufacturers’ interactive booths stocked full of ready-to-order apparel, textiles, home textiles and fashion accessories featuring:

  • Men’s, Women’s & Children’s
  • Denim, Linen, Knits, Synthetics, Fibers & Blends
  • Formal, Active, Leisure & Intimates
  • Leather, Footwear & Hardware

The largest represented exhibiting country will be China.  The China Chamber of Commerce for Export of Textiles & Apparel (CCCT) coordinated with the curation the top manufacturers.  Hubei Province, featuring 50 manufacturers exhibiting, will hold the largest group-presence at ATS, promoting product categories including apparel, fabric, home textiles, accessories and footwear.  Fujian Province will feature 26 manufacturers producig apparel, textiles and accessories. Prime China, featuring nine of China’s top producing branded factories, will produce a fashion show and maintain their own showroom, along with individual live zoom availability.

The Mongolia Wool and Cashmere Association will be represented at the event both on the exhibition floor and also on the seminar stage, the Ambassador of Mongolia to Canada, Ariunbold Yadmaa, based in Ottawa, will review his country’s three-year MOU with ATS and also will speak with top executives from Mongolian manufacturers, live from Mongolia.

More featured panels and sessions include: Sustainability from the Designers Perspective with Jose Forteza, Vogue and GQ Mexico & Latin America Senior Editor with Conde Nast, Effects of the Pandemic featuring leading Canadian executives from Roots, Brands For Canada, & the Canadian Apparel Federation.  Also featured will be the Just-Style managing editor examining the textile industry’s tackling of climate change; as well as Gildan and WRAP leaders talking social compliance; plus TFO-Canada leads a discussion with Vietnam, Guatemala and Ethiopia on sustainable exporting from LDC’s.  These sessions plus many more live over three days.

The virtual event is spread out over three days to provide easy navigation.  Matchmaking professionals from and will be waiting to answer any questions or fill any requests.

to help connect any buyers and sellers.  All seminars will be recorded and available.

Attendees can register for free to the Apparel Textile Sourcing Virtual Trade Show, Sept 14-16, at

Apparel Textile Sourcing tradeshows are supported in coordination with a range of international and domestic partnerships, including the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Textile and Apparel (CCCT),,, the Bangladesh High Commission, The Export Promotion Bureau of Bangladesh, Trade Development Authority Pakistan, India Exhibitions, PromPeru, Pro Colombia, ProNicaragua, Proesa, VESTEX, Toronto Convention & Visitors Bureau, Apparel Export Promotion Council, and Just Style.

About Apparel Textile Sourcing 
Apparel Textile Sourcing is the apparel industry’s link to the entire global supply chain. Resources, experts and manufacturers come from more than 40 countries and cover the worlds of fashion, apparel, textiles and sourcing.  New sources, products and ideas come alive with education, fashion shows and trade opportunities. The ATS brand produces a range of shows in the United States, Canada and Europe.

About JP Communications
JP Communications runs the most expansive network of business-to-business sourcing platforms in the U.S. Anchored by and since 2005, these B2B platforms have been leaders in connecting and facilitating domestic and international trade and currently maintain a 2.5-million-strong database of domestic and international buyers, brands, manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, e-commerce, and retailers.