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Texvalley to organise textile & garments fair in August
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Jul '16
Texvalley, one of the largest wholesale textile markets in the country, will organise its first ever 'Diwali Booking Conference' christened 'The Textile & Garment Fair 2016 (TGF 2016)' from August 10-12, 2016, at Texvalley Main Mall.
 
The three-day 'good-value-for-money' event is expected to witness participation of nearly 150 branded readymade garment manufacturers. Wholesale buyers from throughout the country are likely to visit the fair, which will exclusively cater to the approaching festival season needs.
 
“We are planning this event in a scale that will make TGF the most popular show for Diwali collections year-after-year,” said DP Kumar, executive director of Erode Textile Mall Pvt. Ltd, which owns Texvalley.
 
“The TGF is part of our constant effort to create sustainable business value for both buyers and sellers by creating a favourable transaction environment in a world-class ambience that helps to build long-term business relationships,” Kumar added.
 
To attract high quality buyers to visit TGF 2016, Texvalley is offering a range of free 'business comfort' services to the visiting buyers such as transport and logistics, accommodation, food and administrative support.
 
Buyers are being provided with a 'Smart Card' that enables them to get a host of privileges such as bonus points, lucky draw, loyalty programmes, rewards and incentives, Kumar informed.
 
In view of the recent announcement of a special package of measures for the textile sector by the Central government, Texvalley has embarked on a slew of measures for the benefit of its members. This includes establishing a B2B Trade Portal for textile and garment product categories, setting up a modern Digital Design Studio, launching an Innovation Entrepreneurship Centre, partnering with SITRA to set up a Test & Training Centre, and collaborating with Fibre2Fashion to set up a B2C web store covering Amazon, Flipkart, Ebay, Jabong, etc. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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