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World Textile Conference by TAI
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Mar '11
The Textile Association (India) – Central Office is organizing a global level conference, for the first time in India, on a much larger scale and in a much broader format than our regular annual conference; World Textile Conference, it's to be held in Mumbai on May 6 to May 7, 2011 at Intercontinental, The Lalit, Sahar Airport Road, Andheri (E), Mumbai. The theme of this conference is “Vision 2020: Emerging New Opportunities Worldwide and Challenging Business Strategies.”

The aim of the conference is to provide an interactive opportunity, and to create a very positive atmosphere where the entire textile fraternity can benefit by discussing, meeting and knowing each other and enhance our cumulative strength.

The conference is expected to be the largest convergence of cohesive forces and intends to bring together all textile industry stakeholders like mill owners, corporate houses, trade associations, export councils, policy makers and industry leaders, CEOs, and senior professionals from the national and international industry and discuss large opportunities face to face. The two-day conference will have eminent speakers, panelists and moderators including international experts to share their vision before an august audience of over 500 delegates.

Objectives
The objective of the conference is to create a very positive atmosphere and to provide an interactive opportunity where the entire textile fraternity can benefit by meeting one another, knowing one another.

The conference will also provide a unique opportunity for Indian and international trade associations, export councils, policy makers and industry leaders and professionals to discuss large opportunities face to face.

Convergence of Cohesive Forces
The conference shall bring together largest convergence of cohesive forces of of about 500 high profile delegates from Textile and Apparel industry stakeholders like mill captains, corporate houses, textile and apparel industries, Trade Associations, Export Councils, Policy Makers and industry leaders, CEOs, and other senior professionals and leading quality machinery manufacturers from the national and international industry.


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