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Industry 'heavy weights' register to attend Brand India
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Nov '09
Many high profile designers, major retailers and industry organisations have already registered to attend the Brand India trade fair in either Sydney or Melbourne. These include representatives from:

Australian Weaving Mills, Best & Less, Carla Zampatti, Charles Parsons, Colorado Group, Country Road, David Jones, Designer Rugs, Ezibuy, Fleur Wood, Freedom, Harvey Norman, Jayson Brunsdon, Kmart Australia, Manning Cartell, MyHouse, Spotlight, Target Australia, The Stafford Group, Pigotts Store, Pomegranate, Queensland Institute of Technology,Raffles College of Design & Commerce, RM Williams, Saba, Seduce, Marriott Hotels, TCF Sourcing Solutions, TFIA (& The Aust. Fashion Council), The Dempsey Group, Therese Rawsthorne, Warwick Fabrics, Westfield and Whitehouse.

The event is a 'must-see' for those working in textiles,design, interiors and fashion, looking for high quality unique product from India's finest producers of Organic Cotton, Cotton, Silk and Man-Made Fibre, together under one roof.

Over 70 'invitation only' exhibitors from India will showcase product at the Trade Fair. These include:
- 26 Home Textiles & Interiors stands promoting products from bed, bath and table to rugs, upholstery and accessories.
- 31 Fashion Apparel stands including woven and knitted womenswear, menswear, uniforms, childrenswear and accessories.
- Nine Textiles, Three Fashion Accessories and several Industry Services stands will make up the balance.

Collectively these manufacturers already produce for an impressive lineup of international brands including:JC Penney, Nautica, Dockers, Bed Bath & Beyond, Target, cK, M&S, GAP, United Colours of Benetton, Mango, Zara and Dillards. Some have already established business in Australia. For others, this is their foray into the local market.

Organisers of the Fashion, Interiors & Textiles trade show are pleased to announce the Honorable Minister of Textiles from the Government of India Mr. Dayanidhi Maran, will officially open the events in Melbourne Nov 12 and Sydney Nov 16.The combined fashion and textiles show is being organized by the Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council of India(TEXPROCIL) sponsored by the Government of India, of which only high quality, reliable manufacturers are invited to participate.

During his visit to Australia, the Indian Minister will also take the opportunity to meet with key industry figures and government bodies to discuss collaboration between Indian and Australian textiles industries. India is one of the bright spots in an otherwise bleak global economic market, with its ever increasing per capita household and discretionary income, and a retail industry worth US$372 billion. This makes India an attractive destination for Australian Investment in the coming years.

The Australian textiles industry is invited (through the industry Council of Textiles & Fashion Industries of Australia Limited - TFIA) to collaborate with the India's textiles industry in manufacturing of fashion fabric, technical textiles and eco friendly textiles, so as to create brand


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