• The Inexmoda – UPB Knowledge Pavilion has a free-entry program of 22 conferences and 10 dynamic workshops, with livestreaming on
  • Colombiatex de las Américas’ academic space gives all attendees valuable knowledge to open their eyes and understand the different faces of the fashion industry.
  • Speakers at the Pavilion consider this space to be a key part of the Fashion System training.

  • Through 12 conferences, the axis of knowledge of the Trade show highlights the changing forces that penetrate the fashion industry, impacting the value chain and forcing it to rethink what is to be done with the industry.
  • The Inexmoda – UPB Knowledge Pavilion gave leadership to the national   industry, publishing success stories and good practices for others to follow.
  • In the framework of the academic agenda, the three winners of Latinoamérica Habla–the competition for students, sponsored by Cotton USA, hat discovers Latin American young design talent–were recognized.
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  • This was emphasized by Governor of Antioquia, Luis Perez Gutierrez, at the opening of the Tradeshow.
  • The Mayor of Medellin, Federico Gutierrez Zuluaga, stated that the Tradeshow brings a significant economic flow of around COP$27,000 million to the city.
  • The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism and Procolombia invite all entrepreneurs in this industry to benefit from all that the 11 FTA in force.

  • 9,966 visitors present in-person and 46,182 visitors from online streaming, all experienced the Knowledge Pavilion Inexmoda – UPB during this edition.
  • 26 speeches by national and international experts defined the three topics: Being Our Origin, Being Human, and Being in order to Create.
  • Cipriano López González, General Manager of Industrias Haceb and Jesús Blay Andrés, Area Manager of Jeanologia, were some of the lecturers invited to this space.

  • The value that human capital has within organizations has been emphasized by nine speakers who have united under the idea, “Being Human.”
  • MODDO, Agua Bendita, and Dinamo Consulting were some of the businesses that shared their experiences and life lessons in the Knowledge Pavilion Inexmoda – UPB on the second day.
  • Leading experts with national and international trajectory ensure that this space continues to position itself as a great training stage in Latin America.

  • Álvaro Gómez Fernández, Vice Chancellor of Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, and Carlos Eduardo Botero Hoyos, President of Inexmoda, inaugurated the Knowledge Pavilion- Inexmoda UPB
  • Be Our Origins: The central idea that was addressed during the first day. Participants were invited to return to the roots of their individual.
  • Jaime Flores Cornejo, Manager of Latinoamérica de Cotton Incorporated, and Jorge Lizarazo, trained architect and Colombian empirical textile designer, are some of the speakers included in this training stage of Colombiatex de las Américas.