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AEPC Chairman Virender Uppal to inaugurate InDIGO-3
07
Apr '14
InDIGO-3, the third edition of the one and only comprehensive denim B2B expo is scheduled to be inaugurated by Mr. Virender Uppal, Chairman, Apparel Export Promotion Council on 24th April, 2014.
 
InDIGO-3 will span over three days from 24th - 26th April, 2014 and will be held at International Trade Expocentre, Sector 62, NOIDA.
 
InDIGO is an annual event, organized by Denim Club, conceived to cover the entire denim value chain, from fiber to finished products, and provide an unmatched opportunity to all stake holders and segment leaders, from across the globe, to showcase their offerings to a large gathering of professionals under one roof.
 
InDIGO distinguishes itself from other trade shows in Asia in the fashion and textile expo scenario by virtue of having a specific focus on denim, and by its comprehensive coverage of the entire denim supply chain. InDIGO promises to be the gateway to the huge Indian market, for all international denim manufacturers and suppliers.
 
Expressing his thoughts about InDIGO Mr. Uppal said, "I am happy to know that Denim Club is organising InDIGO - 3, the third edition of the denim B2B expo, from 24th – 26th April, 2014, at Expocentre, NOIDA. I am personally quite hopeful that InDIGO will serve as a much needed platform and provide an opportunity for companies and professionals from the denim value chain, from not only India, but across the globe, to interact under one roof. I congratulate the organizer and the whole team of DENIM CLUB for this initiative and also wish for the mega success of this event."
 
Mr. R. Dudeja, Founder, Denim Club India, said, "We feel privileged that Mr. Uppal has kindly consented to grace InDIGO-3 with his august presence and inaugurate the event. His personal presence will help in bringing the potential of denim segment in sharp focus of the apparel exporting fraternity in India and will, at the same time, enhance awareness about the strength of Indian denim industry in international markets. 
 
“We are very thankful to The Clothing Manufacturer Association of India, Apparel Promotion Export Council, The Gujarat Garment Manufacturers Association and The Textile Institute, UK for extending their support to InDIGO-3. I am confident that with the support from these organization this year’s InDIGO is going to create a new history and establish a new benchmark for itself.”
 

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