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InDIGO to host the first-ever Denim Awards
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Jun '11
InDIGO 2011 (Indian Denim Industry - Growth Opportunities, 2011 edition) is the first-ever Indian denim industry trade event in India, dedicated exclusively to the denim industry and business, scheduled for 29th & 30th November, 2011.

The first-ever Indian denim industry expo is being organized at Epicentre @ Apparel House, Gurgaon, which is undoubtedly one of the most prestigious, state-of-the-art conference and convention facilities in the NCR region.

The primary objective of the denim dedicated industry / business event InDIGO 2011 is to help meet the needs of the fast-growing denim industry and a rapidly evolving denim-wear market, in India, and to enable all the stakeholders in the entire denim eco-system in coming together on a single platform for networking, exchange of ideas, sharing of current experiences and vision for the future.

InDIGO 2011 is planned to be much more than a denim buyer-seller meet, and shall cater to the complete supply-chain of denim, show-casing the best and the latest in denim fabric and denim made-ups, from the denim industry from India and abroad, and highlighting the enormous potential in the denim business in the coming years.

With around 40000 sq. feet. of exhibition area in the sprawling Epicentre complex, InDIGO 2011 will witness the participation of not only the top-of-the-line denim industry players in India, but will also have a marked presence of the leading denim players from across the world.

InDIGO 2011 will also host the first-ever Denim Awards in India, show-casing the achievements and contribution of individuals and organizations in denim industry and business, and recognizing the good work that has been carried out in the denim industry.

InDIGO 2011 will go a long way in bringing professionals and technicians from Indian denim industry and business face to face with their counterparts from across the globe, and enable them to interact with each other in an informal and congenial environment, thus setting a new trend, and will mark the beginning of a new era in the process of internationalization of the denim business in India.

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