With over 300 exhibitors of Ready Made Garments, Knitwear, Underwear and hosiery, Leather and fur coats, Textiles, Shoes and bags, Equipment, Fittings and accessories to attract over 15,000 visitors from all over the Russia and overseas. FASHION INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL FAIR - 2012 is the right place for international manufacturers, suppliers and trade delegations to converge with buyers, retailers, dealers and distributors from across the region.
Dr. A Sakthivel Chairman AEPC, on the participation commented that, “FASHION INDUSTRY aims to create the best conditions for one’s presentation of made garments, exchange of professional experience in the sector of technologies and professional business organization, establishment of new contacts and concluding treaties with them, marketing research and research of one’s goods comprehensiveness.
Saint Petersburg, Russia has 1400 middle and 44 large fashion garment companies. There are around 11000 fashion retail companies over 80 large trade centers. Over 60% fashion cloth turnover is for multi brand retail. Therefore, it’s a huge opportunity business wise.” It has participants from all over the world. Manufacturers, Exporters, Traders dealing in Garments and other verticals of Textiles can exhibit their products in FASHION INDUSTRY, he added.
Name of some of the major Buyers/ stores who visited last edition of the fair are: Golfstream, Wild Orchid, Charovnitsa, Ofros, Olggetta, 1000 and 1 bags, Voyage, Pactor, Moskovskiy Department store, Kupchinskiy Departmental store, Bolshoy gostiniy dvor, Kirovskiy Departmental store, Vkus Mody, Union-trade, Sati, Oxford street, Cachemere and silk, Dom mod Neznakomka, Mega Jeans, Trade company, Four Seasons, Zdoroviy malysh, Detskiy Mir, Catarina, Marvlad Ltd, store chain “Lady and Mister Style”, Pushkareva Private Entrepreneur, store chain “Dom mod Neznakomka”, “Kirovskiy department store – Monopolia muzhchiny” Ltd, etc.
Chairman Export Promotion AEPC Shri Sudhir Sekhri will be Inaugurating the India Pavilion at FASHION INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL FAIR – 2012. He remarked about AEPC participation and said, “The fashion supply chain has become as important to the consumer and industry as design. Where and how products are made effects jobs, impacts the environment and influences the perception of a brand.
“We are we are participating this year to discuss key issues ranging from trade to manufacturing. As the large textile and apparel event of its kind, this forum provides Indian businesses with a unique opportunity to highlight Made in India products to a global audience.”
Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC)
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