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InFashion show to be held from March 20
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Jan '13
With InFashion's commitment to stay customer focused and reflecting the growing need of innovation in textile industry, the show launched the floor plan of the next edition being held in Mumbai from 20-22 March at Bombay Exhibition Centre.

With InFashion quickly responding to the needs of the market during the tough times, the industry has come together to benefit from this business platform to collectively pave the path for the future of the industry.

InFashion 2013 offers over 20,000 square metres of gross area, the floor plan is clearly segmented to highlight the major segments of exhibitor profile including Fabrics, Saris & Dress Materials, Home Textiles, Yarns, Fibres, Accessories and allied technology. The show will host over 200 exhibiting companies and will have leading Fashion trade shows India Fashion Forum, Big Wheel and India Shoes and Accessories Forums being organized concurrent to InFashion.

The Industry embraced the show with open arms and the need for the industry to have a business platform such as this could not have been more evident, at the post event dinner of InFashion 2012 within minutes of the announcement of the 2013 show all the leading companies in the space of innovation along the entire value chain of creation of fashion confirmed their participation and are extremely enthusiastic about InFashion 2013.

The space booking is on first come first serve basis and the allocation of the booths will be done in the first phase through draw of lots.

FAITMA and Images, the organisers of InFashion, are optimistic and added “It is our belief that by prioritizing and understanding the needs of the industry and specifically the trade visitors, we fulfill the demands of our exhibitors and sponsors. We are team of professionals who passionately believe that there is no stronger marketing tool than an honest face to face conversation.”

This years edition, sees an exciting mix of Large Global and Indian players, as well as emerging forces, each showcasing their latest innovations in exciting yet business like manner.

Besides Pan Indian majors there will also be presence of all exhibiting companies from major nations exporting fabrics to India.

Add to that a knowledge forum that leaves virtually nothing for imagination— three day power packed conference and seminars with top retailers from across the country, Ready-made Garment Manufacturers and top managers from leading textile companies, it makes 'InFashion 2013' South Asia’s leading trade fair for textile and ingredient innovation and a must attend event for the entire industry.

Co-organized by FAITMA, the show is supported by all leading Textile and Retail trade associations of India; InFashion is a true reflection of the Industry needs. The exhibition ensures to deliver a fresh hope for future growth and high level of energy to both exhibitors and visitors in the upcoming edition. It will facilitate the customers to find new opportunities and get the highest return on their investment.


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