The second edition of InDIGO will be organized on 19th & 20th April, 2013 (Friday and Saturday) at International Trade Expocentre, Sector 62, Noida.
InDIGO is the one and only denim trade event in South Asia, conceived to cover the entire denim value chain, from fiber to finished products, and provides an unmatched opportunity to all stakeholders and segment leaders of the denim industry, from across the globe, to showcase their offerings to a large gathering of denim professionals.
InDIGO 2013 will be a two day comprehensive event, including an international denim conference concurrent to a business exhibition. InDIGO 2013 will further the objective of helping meet the needs of the fast-growing denim industry and a rapidly evolving and expanding denim-wear market, in Asian Subcontinent, and enabling stakeholders in the entire denim eco-system in converging on a single platform for networking, exchange of ideas, sharing of current experiences, showcase latest innovations, products and developing a common vision for the future.
InDIGO 2013 also promises to be the gateway to the huge Indian market, for all international denim manufacturers and suppliers.
The exhibitors at InDIGO 2013 will comprise of leading denim mills, laundries, manufacturers of machinery, garments, and accessories, not only from South Asia but also from many other countries, like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia, Turkey, Italy, Netherlands, China, Taiwan, Korea, Australia, and many others.
InDIGO distinguishes itself from other trade shows in South 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, including not just fabric and garments, but also fibre and yarn, dye-stuff and chemicals, trims and accessories, CAD, CAM, ERP and other software solutions, technology and equipment, tags and labels.
The concurrent denim conference will not only provide a platform to gain knowledge about latest innovations in the denim industry but also an opportunity to discuss the future trends and growth opportunities in the denim sector, addressing the challenges to work towards creating more sustainable, eco friendly and cost effective denim fabric and garments.
A galaxy of renowned denim experts from India and abroad will engage the audience in a thought-provoking and meaningful dialog, in various paper presentation sessions and panel-discussions.
Mr. R. Dudeja, Founder, Denim Club India, stressed the need for an all-inclusive denim dedicated business event, in South Asia, and said, "The denim industry specifically in the South Asian regions has been growing at a fast pace and the different countries in South Asian region have very typical strengths when it comes to denim.
India and Pakistan have a huge production base for denim fabric, and Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have excellent garmenting and washing facilities. By joining hands and working in a collaborative environment the four neighboring countries can offer a comprehensive and exhaustive range of denim fabric and garments to the entire world."
Denim Club India
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