Acting upon the tremendous success of last year, Galleria Intima-India’s largest sourcing fair for the intimate apparel industry will return to India this August and is projected to grow stupendously more than threefold.
This year’s edition, Round 2: Goa, will be held on the 23rd and 24th of August once again at the picturesque Grand Hyatt, Goa.
With its second edition, Galleria Intima has drawn in a more diverse and international list of participants spanning over 12 countries across the globe, namely, USA, India, Sri Lanka, Austria, China, Indonesia, Turkey, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, Italy, Taiwan and Thailand, truly elevating this sourcing fair to that of international stature.
Galleria Intima has also been acclaimed as the perfect opportunity for members of the intimate apparel industry to meet and network with each other as it intensively covers the entire supply chain – from fiber, fabric, laces, elastics, threads, accessories, technology to packaging - this event is a one stop destination for all one’s intimate apparel sourcing needs. In addition, this year Galleria Intima will also be introducing OEM/ODM manufacturers to the industry.
Many brands today, are not able to increase their supply to meet the racing demand of the market. Galleria Intima will thus offer brands a solution to the ever increasing demand of the market. Brands will now be able to extend their reach and concentrate on brand awareness by distributing ready made products supplied by these manufacturers under their brand name.
Riding high on its international participation, Galleria Intima has been getting visitor interest from all parts of the world and is expected to be one of the largest gatherings of intimate apparel professionals in the region with already confirmed participation from more than 300 brands.
Top professionals from various fields will grace the event including international buying houses, export houses, multinational lingerie brands, international media entities, suppliers, retailers, designers, merchandisers, quality control boards, hosiery associations, among other important industry entities.
Galleria Intima has been lauded with accolades by stalwarts of the intimate apparel industry. “We are indeed looking forward to the next edition of Galleria Intima. I find it truly incredible how the magnitude of the event has grown almost threefold since its inception last year.
"We are thrilled to be visiting the show this year with 12 different countries partaking in the event.” explains Mr. Rakesh Grover, Managing Director, Groversons Apparels Pvt. Ltd. “Speaking from first-hand experience, I can assure visitors the event will far exceed their expectations.”
Galleria Intima is the initiative of the IAAI. An apex body striving to bring more success and development to the intimate apparel industry of India, the Intimate Apparel Association of India (IAAI) harbors one vision in mind, which is to promote, advance, expand, and develop Indian intimate apparel industry.
Being the fastest growing segment of the apparel industry in India, the Association acts as a steering force in the intimate apparel business for a more illustrious and distinguished future.
Intimate Apparel Association of India
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