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Bangladesh Denim Expo shows latest trends
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Apr '16
Bangladesh Denim Expo (BDE), recently held in Dhaka from April 25-26 2016, showcased the latest trends and innovations in the denim industry through the medium of product display, seminars and panel discussions.

The event saw participation from 49 exhibitors coming from 13 different countries, who displayed their latest products and company news related to the denim value chain. Seminars were organised on topics like 'Denim Trends in 2017', 'Nostone and Waterbush' and 'Bangladesh Horizon 2021'.

A panel discussion on 'The Revolution of Denim Industry' was held during the course of the expo. There was also a trend zone which showed latest trends and innovations expected to rule the denim world in coming seasons.

Apart from getting a clear idea about new denim products, trends, technologies and innovations, visitors also got an opportunity to understand the potential of jute, once 'golden fibre' of Bangladesh.

Commenting on the expo during an opening speech, Mostafiz Uddin, founder and CEO of BDE said, “The aim of Bangladesh Denim Expo is to improve the country's reputation as a reliable denim manufacturer. It has successfully been doing this, and has become a much-awaited event in the international denim calendar.”

Uddin also revealed details of an expo titled 'Bangladesh Green Apparel & Textile Expo' with an objective to support green momentum in the denim apparel industry. (MCJ)

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