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Textiles Intelligence, UK enters into a Strategic Alliance with Fibre2Fashion, India
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Apr '11
Robin Anson, Managing Director of Textiles Intelligence in the UK, and Dr PR Roy, Director of Fibre2Fashion in India, are proud to announce a strategic alliance between their organisations. The aim of the alliance is to provide the South Asian textile and apparel industry with research-based information to support their strategic planning. The alliance will take effect from April 2011.

Mr Anson and Dr Roy share the view that, with the current shift of the textile and clothing industry to Asia, it was logical for both organisations to join together in order to provide the necessary insight and strategy advice to assist the needs of emerging markets in South Asia. Dr Roy is excited to have Textiles Intelligence, a global knowledge leader in the field, as a partner of Fibre2Fashion.

Companies in South Asia will be able to gain access to research-based knowledge and information through two new printed publications, namely Textile and Apparel Outlook South Asia and Technical Textiles and Performance Apparel South Asia.

About Textiles Intelligence:
Textiles Intelligence is a UK-based global business information provider specialising in the international fibre, textile and apparel industries.

About Fibre2Fashion:
Fibre2Fashion is the world's largest vertical B2B in the field of textiles, apparel, fashion and technical textiles.

South Asian Countries: (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Maldives, Afghanistan, and Iran)

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