To better address the home décor needs of a dynamic, expanding domestic market, the trade fair will be held from 19 – 21 June, the buying season in India, in Hall 11 of Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
One of the largest in the world, India’s home textile market plays a major role in the country’s economy. Household incomes and the sale of apartments are constantly on the rise. An increase in PPP has resulted in substantial investments in the home decor and furnishings segments across all economic classes, thus expanding the domestic market.
With all the favourable conditions needed to become a global leader in the sector, it has become essential for India to have a globally renowned trade and networking arena to address the needs of the domestic home and contract textiles market.
As a brand, Heimtextil has captured the attention and imagination of the home textile industry the world over. Deriving the same business opportunities, Heimtextil India 2014 will be a vital business platform perfectly tailored to highlight the depth, quality and consistency of the home textiles industry in India.
Manufacturers, distributors, suppliers and designers along with institutional buyers, sourcing houses, and large and standalone retail outlets will have access to the latest trends, technologies, designs and developments in interior and contract textile products, classified into the nine, all-encompassing product categories of: Bedroom, Bath linen, Table linen, Kitchen textiles, Window decorations, Furniture fabric salon, Textile floor coverings, Walls of the world and Design & technology.
“Heimtextil India is a much needed industry platform that will put the Indian market on a global stage. Besides serving as a trend and technology barometer, companies looking to expand their customer base, and develop new markets will find Heimtextil India the prefect platform from which they can attain these business goals. The 2014 edition of Heimtextil India will be more innovative and relevant than ever before,” exclaimed Mr Raj Manek, Managing Director, Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India.
Since the show’s announcement, Heimtextil India 2014 has garnered tremendous domestic and international support with expected country pavilions from China, Germany, the UAE and several other countries/regions. With the early bird discount available till 31 August 2013, bookings for exhibition space are pouring in, providing a positive outlook for a very successful edition of the show.
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