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TAI – Delhi to organise textile conference on Oct 26-27
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Sep '15
The Textile Association (India) – Delhi Unit is organising a two day conference on October 26 and 27, 2015 at the PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry, New Delhi.

“Through the conference, the TAI – Delhi Unit is making its contribution to the PM's 'Make in India' campaign and the governments' vision to power-drive the textile sector,” a TAI press release stated.

The conference will be inaugurated by Kalraj Mishra, cabinet minister of MSME and Santosh Gangwar, minister of state for textiles (independent charge) and SK Panda, textiles secretary.

“At the conference, India's top textile professionals will discuss about various ways and means with which we can add impetus to the growth of the textile sector,” the press release added.

Key issues to be discussed include; how to facilitate investment, foster innovation, enhance skill development, protect intellectual property and build best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure.

Other topics like manufacturing competitiveness, raw material availability, manpower resources, key growth constraints, potential areas for investment, unconventional markets, etc too will be discussed.

According to TAI, the conference offers a unique opportunity of building presence at a platform covering the leadership of the entire Indian fibre to fashion retail value chain.

The sub sectors represented will include leading fibre producers, textile and apparel manufacturers, exporters, accessory manufacturers, fashion and home textiles retailers and brands.

There will also be representatives from buying and sourcing offices, machinery manufacturers, banks, PE players, logistic companies, and IT service providers to this sector. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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