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Indian government supports Apparel Sourcing Week

Feb '19
Courtesy: Apparel Sourcing Week
Courtesy: Apparel Sourcing Week
Over 20 top Bangladeshi garment exporters are expected to participate at the Apparel Sourcing Week 2019 scheduled for March 15-16 in Bengaluru. The show will see spread a wide range of apparel from denimwear to kidswear, sweaters, suits, jackets, athleisure, casual fashion and bottoms. The event is being supported by governments of India and Bangladesh.

The show which facilitates regional collaboration and business among South Asian players is being organised by Apparel Resources. The exhibition is supplemented by a series of six retail-focused seminars by industry experts, and two-trend forecast workshops by Fashion Snoops.

The Bangladeshi garment exporters participating include Standard Group, Pacific Group,
Laila Styles, Giant Group, Apex Industries, Armana Group, Sonia Sweaters, Energypac
Fashions, NIPA Group, Anowara, Pakiza, and Well Group.

There are expected to be about 45 manufacturers of Bangladesh, who besides showcasing their products and manufacturing capabilities to the brands and retailers of India, also attend seminars to get a better understanding of Indian Retail and its workings.

Over 450 companies have already registered to participate at the show.

Indian minister for commerce and industry Suresh Prabhu is expected to be the chief guest at the event. Newly appointed commerce minister of Bangladesh Tipu Munshi is also expected to be at the show as the guest of honour. India and Bangladesh are working on a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) which would give a boost to regional trade in South Asia. (SV)

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