The third edition is scheduled to be organized from 15th to 17th January, 2014 (Wednesday - Friday) at International Trade Expocentre, Sector 62, Noida.
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’s opportunities and issues.
Fibre2Fashion.com, the world’s largest B2B portal catering to the global textile, apparel & fashion industry, with 1.5 million visitors every month and 0.6 million registered companies from 190 countries is the event partner for the third edition of InDIGO. Jose Daniel, Director Operation, Fibre2Fashion.com, said “We look forward to working with Denim Club for global online marketing & promotion of InDIGO 3 to mobilize the global denim business community for InDIGO 3.
Mr. R. Dudeja, Founder, Denim Club expressing his thoughts about the partnership said “We are proud and delighted to have Fibre2Fashion.com joining hands with us. Fibre2fashion.com is the biggest textile portal, with an extensive reach in the textile industry across the globe.
"The partnership will offer strong support to InDIGO 3, and will help reach out to a larger number of professionals and companies in the entire denim supply chain in the Asian region. At the same time, the association of Fibre2fashion.com with InDIGO will bring the fast-growing Indian denim industry in sharp focus and thus give a strong boost to DCI’s mission of making India the global denim hub.”
The event is going to see one of the largest and best gatherings of denim stakeholders not only from India but also from other major countries like Pakistan, Australia, Bangladesh, China, Indonesia, Italy, Korea, Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and many others. Presence of representatives of international brands and retailers as speakers / delegates will add to the relevance of InDIGO 3.
Responding to the suggestions of the denim fraternity, Denim Club has added one more day to the event, and the third edition will span over three days, instead of two like in the earlier editions.
As with the previous editions, the exhibitors at InDIGO 3 will comprise of leading denim mills, laundries, manufacturers of machinery, garments, and accessories, not only from India but also from other countries, like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia, Turkey, Italy, Netherlands, China, Taiwan, Korea, Australia, andmany others.
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