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Fibre2Fashion gets great response at INATEX 2015
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Apr '15
Fibre2Fashion.com’s booth at INATEX 2015, currently going on in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta is attracting a steady stream of visitors.

At Booth 61D, Fibre2Fashion.com team is enthusiastically explaining the various B2B services offered by the portal exclusively for the textile, apparel, fashion and retail industries.

“Many visitors dropped in at our booth till now. There is lot of enthusiasm and visitors are listening and understanding our services with great interest. Even, our monthly magazine ‘Fibre2Fashion’ is drawing lot of attention,” said a Fibre2Fashion representative.

INATEX 2015 is one of the key exhibitions showcasing all range of products and accessories from textile and garment industries. The exhibition is backed by the Indonesian ministry of industry, Indonesian Textile Association, Asia Nonwoven Fabrics Association, Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Indonesia Exhibition Companies Association and other strategic partners.

Since its inception in 2000, Fibre2Fashion.com has emerged as the most significant and interactive platform for buyers, sellers, small, medium and large companies, machinery producers, employees and employers in the entire global textile supply chain. The portal attracts more than 1.9 million worldwide visitors and 10 million page views every month.

In addition to B2B services, www.fibre2fashion.com offers various services like Market Intelligence Report, Recruitment Services and Branding solutions. 

Fibre2Fashion has offices in Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Shanghai (China), Singapore and has marketing partners in Bangladesh, Vietnam and Turkey.

‘Fibre2Fashion’ magazine has circulation among carefully chosen target audience globally, and it reaches the desk of top management and decision makers in the textile, apparel, fashion and retail industries. (RKS)

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