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IGF Expo 2018 to present global trends in home textiles
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Jul '18
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IGF Expo, beginning November 13, will provide opportunities for global home decor brands and trend setting start-ups to enter the Nigerian market, build strong relationships and take high value bulk orders. The 3-day fair will also host seminars for retailers, interior designers and buyers to increase revenue, upskill their teams and promote their brand.

"The event is a must-attend whether you’re on the look-out for design-led or mid-low price point interiors, furniture, textiles, coverings, gifts and objet or fashion and accessories. The IGF Expo presents an exciting edition of trend-setting brands from around the globe including the Best of Made in Nigeria, many exclusive to the show. Hundreds of suppliers will bring their complete portfolios for specifiers, installers, hospitality, importers, wholesalers and Retail businesses to see, touch and feel in a showroom setting," said Bunmi Aliyu, event manager IGF Expo, Clarion Events West Africa, organiser.

Russell Hughes, commercial drector, Clarion Events West Africa, also affirmed that Nigeria has a lucrative growing fashion and apparel market with over $4 billion spent annually on importing textiles, clothing. It is the largest retail market in Sub-Saharan Africa worth $215 billon per annum. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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