The Kingpins Show is flying south next winter. The New York- and Amsterdam-based denim trade show announced Thursday plans to debut a show in Miami dedicated to serving the Latin American markets. The show will launch Jan. 11-12.
Located at Mana Wynwood, Kingpins Miami will host a curated list of 31 exhibitors representative of the entire global denim sourcing supply chain in a format that is conducive to working and networking. Panels and seminars will complete the Kingpins experience.
“The Latin American denim market is important and we have found that our Kingpins concept resonates with many in this community–so much so that they are traveling to our shows in Amsterdam and New York,” said Andrew Olah, founder of Kingpins Show. “By going to Miami we see an opportunity to better serve them and to introduce our exhibitors to new customers they are eager to do business with. And we believe some American companies won’t mind going to Miami in January.”
Kingpins Transformers, a continued series of discussions focusing on the environmental and social challenges the denim industry encounters, will also make its Miami debut alongside the trade show.