1 June 2022
A new edition of our Leatherbiz Market Intelligence newsletter went live on May 31. It is clear that the market situation remains challenging for leather, as for the wider economy. Many of the immediate difficulties are linked to three major factors: the war in Ukraine, rising prices and ongoing restrictions in China owing to covid-19. However, leather has been waiting for a recovery of market demand since before any of these three situations emerged. The Market Intelligence report makes it clear that the arguments in favour of using leather instead of synthetic alternatives are stronger than ever. Tough economic times mean families have to manage limited resources very carefully. Consumers will achieve better value for money if they choose products that last a long time. At the same time, there can be no doubting or denying that the raw material for making leather continues to be available throughout the world in very large volumes. “We all know it would be absolutely reprehensible if this available raw material were not used to make leather,” the report says, and it calls on the leather industry to shift from a defensive strategy to a more offensive one.

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我們為皮革、物料及時裝業界創造面對面洽談的機會,爲客戶締造實質商機。我們雲集世界各地的商家,讓他們尋找新的合作伙伴,發掘潛在客戶或供應商,並掌握業界最新發展。   我們主辦多個專注時尚及生活潮流的商貿展覽會, 為這不斷變化的行業,提供最全面的買家及參展商服務,方便他們了解急速轉變的行業環境,並預測來季趨勢。