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Conference on 'Global Textile Opportunities – Vision India'
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Nov '08
The Textile Association (India), Mumbai Unit takes pleasure in announcing an International Conference on “Global Textile Opportunities – Vision India” on 16th & 17th January 2009 at Hotel InterContinental the Grand, Sahar Airport Road, Andheri (E), Mumbai – 400 059.

This Conference is supported by Office of the Textile Commissioner, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India and Reliance Industries Limited has kindly agreed to be the Lead Sponsor of this conference.

Global textile focus is now shifting to Asian countries i.e. Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, etc, but still India & China are the two dominant players. There have been reports of slowing down of Chinese textile onslaught.

Indian Textile Industry should grab this opportunity and take the advantage of this situation for supplying the goods to western countries like USA & Europe. The domestic demands are also increasing and young generation from India looks for the quality as well as the brands.

Other than the conventional textiles there are many sectors where the opportunities are abundant and returns are handsome. This is the main theme of this Two-Day International Conference.

It is for the first time in many years that the top Indian Textile magnates will be sharing their views and also outline the forward path for the Indian textile industry, which will be a treat for the participants.

The Senior Speakers will emphasis on the expectations from the Govt. and will also give their suggestions to the Ministry of Textiles for formulating the challenges to be faced by the industry in the years to come.

TAI CONFERENCE: The Textile Association (TAI), Mumbai Unit has always selected innovative topics for their Seminars & Conferences and have invited high profile speakers. The eminent industrialists, policy makers, reputed professionals and renowned experts from different parts of the world will present their papers to about 500 equally high profile participants.

THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE COVERED

-Future of Man-Made Fibre
-Indian Retail Scenario
-Present status of Indian Textile Industry
-Government Policies & Strategies
-Green Textile Process House – The Essence for Survival
-Non-HouseHold Textiles
-Textile Machinery –Green Innovations at Asia-ITMA & India-ITME
-Sustainable Fibres for Future
-International Acquisitions & Mergers in Textiles / Retail
-Customer Satisfaction – Key to Retail Success
-Technical Textiles – Opportunities for Import Substitution
-Home Furnishing – Opportunities for Forward Path
-Sustainability in the Textile Industry
-Indian Retail – A Decade Gone by and Vision for Future
-New Developments in Functional Finishing / Nano Technology

This International Conference will provide an excellent opportunity for companies to gain global visibility and publicity by promoting their products and services to a highly focused audience besides networking with them.

It is needless to emphasis that your participation in this conference by way of advertisements, delegates and sponsorship will provide a common platform to meet the expert's from industry and to exchange the views on the technological developments in the field of textiles.

The Textile Association (India), Mumbai Unit invites you to be part of this event to contribute towards the betterment of the Textile Industry.

The Textile Association (India)


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