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CBME India to kick-start from April 26
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Apr '18
Courtesy: CBME
Courtesy: CBME
More than 150 national and international exhibitors from 12 countries and regions are expected at the sixth edition of the Children, Baby and Maternity Expo India 2018 (CBME India) beginning from April 26. The 3- day exhibition will bring together Indian and global suppliers, manufacturers of child, baby and maternity products and services, under one roof. 

The largest children and maternity product business expo in India, the CBME India will offer unrivalled business opportunity for local and global manufacturers and sellers of baby products to connect, network and conduct business with a choice of distributors, importers, dealers influencers and merchandise heads from modern retail businesses, online retailers, aggregators,  service providers, business investors, and franchisee seekers. These professionals cater to baby, child wear, children shoe stores, maternity wear shops; toy shops, supermarkets, hypermarkets, department stores, pre-schools, nursing homes, individual buyers, service companies, designers, associations and consulates.

At the exhibition hosted by UBM India, industry players will present 450+ brands  to showcase and launch an exhaustive spectrum of baby care products, toys, baby food, organic clothing, nutraceuticals, ergonomic furniture, licensing brands, stationery, gifts, infant safety technology, brain development tools among a rich array of other quality, technologically advanced and aesthetically pleasing international products. This year, the trade fair will see enthusiastic participation from countries such as China, Canada, Korea, Singapore, Russia, Saudi Arabia, UK, US, Vietnam, and Thailand. 

"We are happy to announce the 6th edition of CBME, an expo that is specially customised to India's needs as a burgeoning and young population. The CBME is an ideal place to explore market trends and learn the consumers' shifting needs. Over the years it has played a crucial role in the market by creating awareness, and demand for novel products that truly make parenting easy and a joy," Yogesh Mudras, managing director, UBM India, said.

Over 3 days, CBME 2018 will comprise a number of salient features including knowledge sessions, seminars, discussion of new trends and various international pavilions to surge into the rapidly expanding and diverse retail sector in India.  A special Licensing Pavilion by LIMA to discuss 'Leveraging Licensing to Grow your Market' will cover top trends in licensing in the kids category, how brand owners and manufacturers can benefit from adding licensing to their portfolio supported by the growth in Indian retail and its impact on licensing, and upcoming opportunities in new licensing genres.

"In its quest to deliver unique and innovative value propositions to exhibitors and visitors alike, this year, CBME India will witness a special pavilion on licensing. The lucrative licensing and merchandising industry has been growing because of the easy accessibility of international entertainment to Indian consumers and a corresponding increase in the fan base among them, seen for instance, in case of global music bands or cartoon characters. We hope this will foster the growth and expansion of licensing around the world, raise the level of professionalism for licensing practitioners, and create greater awareness of the benefits of licensing to the Indian business community," added Mudras.

"It is exciting times for licensing in India with the industry at a tipping point. The growth in scale and scope of licensing in the last few years, is a sign of its growing significance. Small and Medium Enterprises, especially in the kids category, have a lot of opportunity to leverage licensing and we at LIMA India are excited to see their greater participation. Coupled with the growth of the economy, retail and e-commerce, licensing as a industry is definitely on a roll," said Jiggy George, head of LIMA, India. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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