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Third edition of Source Zone Fair opens near New Delhi
05
Nov '12
After the success of the Second edition of the Source Zone Fair, the Third Source Zone Fair 2012, opened up at Apparel House Gurgaon on 5th November 2012. Shri Suhir Sekhri commented that, “Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) is once again ready to provide an opportunity and a platform where products under the entire value chain of textiles, from fabrics, to trims/embellishments to fashion accessories, all are brought under one roof. You may like to avail this opportunity to choose from the wide spectrum of products and services at one place. This Fair will help you develop your creative collection and augment your apparel accessory resources.”

Dr. A. Sakthivel, Chairman, AEPC in his statement said, “AEPC brings Source Zone and India Market Days to Apparel House, South Asia's only permanent exhibition of high quality merchandise – ranging from mens' wear, womens' fashion and children wear and related accessories. Well-laid out showrooms display not just fashion apparel, but a range of rich and high-quality fabrics made in India, a vast array of accessories and everything else required to produce fashionable garments of excellent quality at a competitive prices".

AEPC is hosting the Fair to provide additional resources to its member exporters. It would be providing access to thousands of buyers of fabric, accessories and services and a one-to-one interaction with the large garment manufacturers and exporters, he added.

Business potential

  • India's apparel industry (export & domestic) is approximately USD 30 Billion or Rs.1,35,000 Crore
  • India consumes fabrics worth USD 12 billion annually
  • India consumes accessories worth USD 3 billion each year
  • India has over 50,000 apparel manufacturing units

Benefits for an exhibitor

  • Enhancing and revitalizing your brand & network
  • Explore and tap global markets and trends
  • Interact and trade with thousands of top buyers/ decision makers at one place
  • Focused market strategy for better business conversions
  • Grab bulk orders at competitive rates
  • Finalize long terms contacts and credit policies
  • Network and establish one-on-one contact with India's top exporters
  • Maintaining customer relationships and meeting with prospects

The target buyers for the show are: Fabric importers, Distributors and Wholesalers; Garment exporters and manufacturers; Buying houses and Buying agents; Local and international retail chains; Departmental stores; Apparel brands; Fashion designers and merchandisers; Design studios; Fashion Institutes, Trade body representatives and Trade media. The show being for trade visitors only, will enable companies to interact and conduct business in a conducive environment. The exhibitors from Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, etc have come to participate in this Fair.

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