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IITS to be held on Internet as of January 2011
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Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI) in association with BusinessGlobal.com is organising India International Textile Show (IITS 2011), a unique online international trade show showcasing outstanding companies from the entire Indian textile and clothing value chain.

Exhibitors in 5 halls will be showcasing their products and services to international and local customers.


The halls are earmarked for:

Yarn
Fabric
Garment
Home Furnishing
Textile Machinery

Accessories and input suppliers can also exhibit their products in each of the halls.

This virtual exhibition will start on 15th January 2011 and last up to 31st December 2011. Exhibitors may start to decorate their stalls and showcase their products in preview period of exhibition.

Preview for Exhibitors : 1st December 2010 to 14th January 2011
Exhibition Period : 15th January 2011 to 31st December 2011

The show is an opportunity for exhibitors and visitors alike to enjoy a wide-angle view of the worldwide clothing & textile market, to discuss new projects and joint ventures, and to explore new import and export opportunities. The virtual pavilions enable exhibitors to showcase new products and services, and to provide information to thousands of potential business partners worldwide, including clients, distributors, exporters, importers, manufacturers and suppliers.

In the virtual trade show platform, exhibitors can track daily visitor activity, make email appointments with other exhibitors and visitors, and exchange information with all participants via an instant messenger service and internet telephone conversations, so that attendees can capture contact information and build meaningful B2B relationships.

Exhibitors' pavilion at the IITS 2011 is the online 'area' where exhibitors display their company's products and services. Exhibition pavilions in two categories are available, with the following charges for the whole year.

Marketing activities for IITS 2011 include outreach to textile and clothing companies worldwide, with a particular emphasis on Europe, the Middle East and North America. Trade visitors from around the world will flock to IITS 2011 for an intense period of networking and sourcing new ideas, products and suppliers.

IITS 2011 is free for registered visitors, who can instantly access details of exhibiting company, exchange virtual business cards, chat live with exhibiting company's staff, download their brochures and catalogues, and watch their promotional videos and video displays 24-7 for the entire period of 15th January – 31st December 2011.

Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI)


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