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Galleria Intima moves to Delhi
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May '15
India’s biggest intimate wear sourcing show Galleria Intima is moving to Delhi for its 4th edition to be held on 26-27 August, 2015.
 
An initiative of Intimate Apparel Association of India (IAAI), Galleria Intima 2015 will see participation from over 80 exhibitors and 1500 visitors.
 
While the event will see participation from all product categories, a major focus of this year’s event will be on OEMs, private label manufacturers and packaging companies. Through this annual gathering, IAAI hopes to realise the potential of these categories of the intimate apparel sector and bring about greater collaboration, utilisation of resources and global recognition between these industry stakeholders and the topmost partners in the manufacture-supply chain, the brands and buyers, IAAI said in a statement.
 
From only about 32 exhibitors at its inaugural 2012 edition, the trade show expanded to attract over 60 exhibitors that included countries like China, Bangladesh, Thailand, Italy, France, the US and Turkey, at the last edition.
 
Besides a strong showing by exhibitors, the third edition also witnessed a visitor footfall of about 855 that included about 500 brands from India alone besides first-time and regular trade visitors and buyers. A majority of them as well as newer members are expected to participate this year for networking and enrichment.
 
“As India opens up its manufacturing sector under the aegis of Narendra Modi and his ‘Make in India’ policy, over the years Galleria Intima sees itself as taking on a more decisive role in being the impetus that makes the manufacturing dream in the intimate wear market a reality,” says IAAI.
 
The two-day show will also include educational workshops and seminars as well as white paper presentations by seasoned industry insiders and professionals from India and abroad. These educational initiatives are part IAAI’s plan to help exhibitors, visitors and buyers to make the most of their time at the event.
 
Another highlight of the event is the facilitation of trade talks and enquiries as well business meetings between visitors and buyers. These pre-planned meetings are highly subject-centric and are aimed at industry associates who are short of time but want to network with the big players of the intimate wear world. The trade show’s list of highlights also includes the showcase of the best in manufacturing and technological skills with exceptional and world-class innovations and machineries on display by many players of the industry. 
 

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