Home / Knowledge / News / Textiles / TAI to organise 'Make in India' conference
TAI to organise 'Make in India' conference
08
Oct '16
The Textile Association (India), commonly TAI, is organising an international conference on 'Make in India – Global Vision of Indian Textile Industry', on December 1-2, 2016 in Mumbai. The conference will discuss benefits of 'Make in India' mission for the textile industry. Possibility of making technical textiles in India will also form part of discussion.

The international textile conference will also tell the participants about how the industry is perceived by global brands and retailers, said the organisers.

Multiple state governments in India had launched their own special textile policies, however, they failed to show results. After the introduction of the 'Make in India' campaign, states like Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha re-launched their policies to promote the textile industry in their respective states. The textile industry is one of the 25 focus sectors of this campaign.

The stakeholders of the Indian textile industry will hold panel discussions to share their vision, expectations and requirements at the conference. It will also cover the methods that textile ancillary businesses like cotton and man-made fibre manufacturers, textile machinery manufacturers and dyes/chemicals manufacturers can adopt to stand up to the challenges they face.

Topics such as Central government and state government initiatives, role of financial institutes in the new initiatives, role of fibres and their contribution, textile manufacturing, technical textiles, khadi and handloom, denim and skill development in textile industry are some of the topics which will be covered at the conference.

Another focal point of the conference will be the possibility of making technical textiles in India, which are currently imported in large quantities for infrastructure development.

This conference will be attended by government representatives, reputed textile professionals and renowned experts from different parts of the world, who will present their papers to over 500 equally high profile participants. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


Must ReadView All

Textiles | On 23rd Jun 2017

Textile ministry organises training workshop on GST

The ministry of textiles had organised training workshop on GST which ...

Apparel/Garments | On 23rd Jun 2017

Uware Brands into licensing agreement with Polaroid

Uware Brands has entered into a licensing agreement with Polaroid for ...

Textiles | On 23rd Jun 2017

Ralph Lauren ex-president Tiger of Sweden's new CEO

Hans-Christian Meyer, former president of Ralph Lauren Corporation,...

Interviews View All

Mandeep Nagi
Shades of India

Women value something that is unique and has a flavour of India

Nitin Soni
Dolphin Jingwei Machines

Taxation policies need to be made simpler

Rajiv Sirohi
Shara

‘Portugal is taking away a major share of the mill made sector.’

Kai Poehler
Voith Paper GmbH & Co. KG

The glass mat industry is growing by five to eight per cent annually. Kai...

Silke Brand-Kirsch
Schlegel und Partner

Silke Brand-Kirsch, executive partner of Schlegel und Partner, a leading...

Kevin Nelson
TissueGen

Kevin Nelson, Chief Scientific Officer, TissueGen discusses the growing...

Prathyusha Garimella
Prathyusha Garimella

Hyderabad-based designer <b>Prathyusha Garimella</b> is known for blending ...

Robert Brunner
Devereux

Golfwear and menswear brand Devereux is set for greener pastures. Robert...

Mike Hoffman
Gildan Activewear SRL

Gildan Activewear, a manufacturer and marketer of branded clothing and...

Press Release

Press Release

Letter to Editor

Letter to Editor

RSS Feed

RSS Feed

Submit your press release on


editorial@fibre2fashion.com

Letter To Editor






(Max. 8000 char.)

Search Companies





SEARCH

news category


Related Categories:
June 2017

June 2017

Subscribe today and get the latest update on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel and so on.

SUBSCRIBE


Browse Our Archives

GO


E-News Insight
Subscribe Today and Get the
Latest News Update in Your Mail Box.
Advanced Search