Sources show wraps at Pier 94
May 18, 2004,
NEW YORK — The second annual Sources show for overseas manufacturers and exporters trying to break into the U.S. market and/or expand their business here officially ends today at Pier 94, Passenger Ship Terminal.
According to Milyovska Tatyana — a designer for Mattis, a Macedonian sheepskin producer of carpets and floor cushions as well as decorative apparel items — the products were all mixed together without much organization. “I think the fair needs to be presented better, but I have been making contacts with new suppliers, buyers and designers who have liked my collections, which is a really good start for us,” said Tatyana. She described the flow of visitors as slower over the weekend and good during Monday and Tuesday.
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