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Indian unveils textile export potential at Intermoda
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Feb '16
The India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) recently unveiled India's apparel and textile export potential at Intermoda exhibition held at the Expo Guadalajara Exhibition Centre in Guadalajara, Mexico, according to media reports.

ITPO's participation at the expo was aimed at strengthening bilateral trade and economic cooperation with Mexico. It offered excellent opportunities for the Indian companies to export apparel, textile, woollen shawls, tie and die items, wooden block printed garments, leather garments, skirts, evening wear, fashion accessories etc with Mexico, a strategically located Latin America country bound by the US to the north and Belize and Guatemala to the south-east.

Intermoda exhibition, regarded as one of the most important and specialised apparel and textile events in Mexico, connects potential buyers and ITPO's participation provided an excellent business opportunity in high potential Mexican markets which attract a large number of buyers from North America and Latin American regions.

The fair was supplemented with a fashion extravaganza showcasing the latest fashion trends on colours, textures, fabrics and merchandising and brought together Mexican and international companies, manufacturers, importers and distributors. It provided an ideal platform for publicising brand image, launch new products, knowledge of the market trends and expand network of business contacts.

Intermoda exhibition was accessible only with invitation and presented the latest trends and collections for the next season to prospective purchasers offering business opportunities of international level. (NA)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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