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Colombian fashion migrates to a digital format at Colombiamoda 2020

Colombian fashion is lived in a digital format | Colombia
Colombian fashion is lived in a digital format | Colombia

On Thursday, May 21st, Inexmoda (Institute for Export and Fashion) confirmed the execution of Colombiamoda 2020. For this edition, due to the current global situation, the event will be presented through a digital platform. Colombian fashion will be moved to another space, but without losing its essence.

What is Colombiamoda 2020?

Colombiamoda, which takes place every year, is the most important event of the textile sector in Colombia and, according to Inexmoda, of Latin America. Due to the coronavirus outbreak in Colombia and the world, this year it will be held virtually from July 27 to August 2. For these reasons, it has taken the form of a digital platform or digital fair and will have several new features adapted to new technological tools, such as online sales.

These are the guiding principles that companies should take into account to prevent the spread of coronavirus

Guiding principles for companies during the virus | Colombia Trade
Guiding principles for companies during the virus | Colombia Trade
Due to the pandemic, many businesses have been affected and have closed their doors temporarily. However, thanks to the guiding principles established by the Ministry of Commerce and the Ministry of Health, they will be able to resume their activities again.
Both employees and employers must comply with the biosecurity standards set for each sector. It means that they should not only comply with basic protocols such as handwashing and disinfection of spaces, but also with those established by the entities mentioned above.

 

Guiding principles for each sector

 

Media and cultural industries

These are the protocols established for the different activities related to the cultural industries, radio, television, and other media. This resolution applies to artistic presentations rehearsals, which can be transmitted virtually.

It is governed by resolution 957 of June 16, 2020.

 

Colombia's IT industry continues to gain traction in North America as more investors fix their eyes in the country

Colombia's IT industry continues to gain traction in North America as more inves

A solid economy and steady growth of 4,5% between 2010 and 2015 has been the fuel behind the internationalization strategy that seeks to attract foreign direct investment to develop mobile apps, digital animation, audiovisual products, video games, software and IT.

As the third largest provider of IT services in Latin America after Brazil and Mexico with US$ 2.579 millions (According to the International Data Corporation – IDC),Colombia is rising to the top due to its skilled workforce of more than 1.2 million professionals in the financial and services industry, incentives provided by the government, a continuous free trade agreement platform, competitive free trade zone regime, proximity and connectivity to North America.

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