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MoT & MoC to support 25th IAF World Apparel Convention

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Sep '09
The staggering pace, at which business institutions, practices, and beliefs are changing today, is expected to have its impact felt for years to come. Global economies are becoming more inter-dependent than ever before and political boundaries are giving way to regional economic alliances and co-operation across continents.

The 25th IAF World Apparel Convention New Delhi, India is being held against this challenging back-drop to explore experiences, opinions, strategies and possibilities of forging inter-dependent relationships throughout the entire fashion industry value chain. Considering the above, the theme of IAF 2009 is "The Future of Fashion through Consolidation and Collaboration".

Speakers include representatives from Esquel, Epic Group, Shoppers Stop, Hugo Boss, Arvind Brands and Bombay Rayon, TC2, Globus Stores, Reliance Trends, Matrix Clothing, Levis to name just a few and they will share their views on various topics.

The 25th IAF World Apparel Convention will be sponsored by EWDPL, Messe Frankfurt, American & Efird, Mod'Spe Paris, Lectra and the Apparel Export Promotion Council of India. The event is supported by the Ministry of Textiles of India and the Ministry of Commerce & Industry of India.

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