With the global economic slowdown having started to affect small and medium businesses in India, and with the unabated spread of coronavirus in China, now triggering in business concerns, AMI aims at addressing these situations and bringing in growth solutions. In times of such a slowdown, platforms like AMI act as catalyst for growth.
“We are glad to bring in yet another edition of our trade fair once again to Chennai, Green Park. We have always received tremendous support and response here in Tamil Nadu and we are sure this year too it would be welcomed by retailers and MBO’s. With our initiative we have helped many SME’s and MSME’s grow and strengthen their business model and this time we look forward to discussing solutions for our industry in the time of economic slowdown, said Nikhil Furia, key organiser, Apparel Manufacturers of India.
“India is reeling under an economic downturn and now with the virtual shutdown of the Chinese economy expected to impact global growth, its time the industry comes to discuss solutions and work together for mutual benefit.”
AMI, which is by far the most popular apparel trade fair in South of India, started in 2015 and till date has conducted 20 fairs. AMI has been conducting exceptional fairs, inviting nearly 3500 retailers per edition and hosting brands, MBO’s, chain stores all under one roof to showcase more than 100 brands from Mumbai, in every edition.
This year too they will have around 100 brands from Mumbai showcasing their latest fashions and trends for festive season to retailers across Tamil Nadu. Some of the key brands which are always present include Era, Gvankee, Diya Design Studio, 90ml, Femi Designs, Fayon Troupe, Lafille, Final Choice, EL2, and many more, will showcase their collection this time too.
Apparel Manufacturers of India, founded by Dharmesh Nandu, is a group consisting of industry individuals whose common purpose is to ‘Grow Together’ and build a strong network for mutual growth.
Their key aim is to bridge the gap between manufacturers, retailers, agents and suppliers and build a robust community for evolution and opportunities. They work in sync to add meaning to the entire value chain of readymade apparel market across India.
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