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CITI to organize first North-South Textile Summit
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May '10
Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI), the apex chamber for the entire value chain of the textile and clothing Industry of India is organizing the first North-South Textile Summit on May, 19-20, 2010 at Hotel Trident in Mumbai, India.

Highlights of the Summit:

• 200 leading Textile & Clothing Manufacturers from India. Industry delegates from Turkey, Korea, Vietnam, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Japan, USA and EU are expected to participate.
• Global retail majors are being invited to make presentations to share their perspectives of T&C retail.
• Deliberations on ways to improve speed to market, streamline vendor-base, supply chain efficiency, sharing common standards of procurement, etc.
• B2B relations by way of sourcing, collaboration and investments including JVs.
• The major topics for discussion in the summit will include: Sourcing, Compliance and Consumer Demand, Fashion Trend Forecasting, Comparative Advantage of countries in T&C Sector, Trends in Technology in Spinning, weaving, Processing and Garmenting, India; emerging T&C Investment Destination: Opportunities for FDI.

Speakers in the various sessions will include senior industry players from all over the world and major sourcing organizations from importing countries. Industry leaders from India will also address the summit.

Some of the eminent speakers who have confirmed their presence includes Gucci Group, Italy, Bilsar A.S., Instanbul, Invista Sales & Service, Alok Industries, Century Textiles, MADE-BY, Netherlands, CARE Ratings, India, Raymonds Limited, Birla Cellulose, etc.

Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI)


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