The objective of this year’s event is to address the challenges to work towards creating more sustainable, eco-friendly and cost effective denim fabric and garments. InDIGO is the one and only denim trade event in South Asia, conceived to cover entire denim value chain, from fiber to finished products.
The trade exhibition provides an unmatched opportunity to denim players from across the globe to showcase their offerings to a large gathering of denim professionals. Realizing the need of providing a platform to gain knowledge about latest industry trends and innovations in the denim industry, the event will also feature a symposium where national and international thought leaders will deliberate on the sector opportunities and issues.
Wazir Advisors, a leading management consulting firm focused on textile and retail sector is the knowledge partner for InDIGO 2013. Prashant Agarwal, Joint Managing Director, Wazir Advisors, said “Involvement of who’s who of the national and international denim industry, be it a manufacturer, a brand, a retailer or a service provider; in InDIGO 2013 is going to be a key attraction. On top of it, the event format and content has been developed to make it the best business and networking destination for all denim industry professionals.”
House of Denim, a unique platform for Craftsmanship & Sustainability for denim based in Amsterdam has joined hands with Denim Club India and is also a supporting organisation for InDIGO 2013.
James Veenhoff, Founder, House of Denim, said “InDIGO provides an ideal opportunity to connect with key players in the Indian and International denim industry and to build partnerships for the future. The event can contribute significantly in bridging the fashion designers in Amsterdam with fast growing jeans manufacturing in South Asia and thereby lead to substantial improvements and value addition in the denim product range being produced there. We share Denim Club India's commitment to a prosperous and sustainable future and look forward to Indigo 2013.”
Mr. R. Dudeja, Founder, Denim Club India sharing his views about the partnerships said “We are proud and delighted to have Wazir and House of Denim joining hands with us. These partnerships will not only offer strong support to InDIGO 2013, but will be instrumental in widening the scope of knowledge exchange and partnership opportunities for professionals and companies in the entire denim supply chain.”
The event will be widely covered by leading trade media publications in India and overseas. Attire World, NOIDA, Bangladesh Textile Today, Dhaka, Buyer Source, New Delhi, Garment Line, New Delhi, Textech Communique, New Delhi, Textile World, Bhilwara, The Textile Magazine, Chennai and Times International, Mumbai have already associated with InDIGO 2013 as Media Partners.
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