The three-day event is an opportunity for the exhibitors to attract retailers and MBO’s across Kerala, for Onam.
"We are excited to conduct our next edition of trade fair in Kochi. We have held 6 trade fairs here, over the last 3 years, and the response we have received is tremendous. Every edition of our fair has witnessed more than 700 retailers, MBO’s and chain stores’ presence and they look forward to our event. We hope to make this edition a grand success too.” said Umesh Bani, key organiser, Apparel Manufacturers of India.
AMI had hosted its first exhibition in January 2015 with the aim of bridging the gap between retailers, agents and suppliers. Its core purpose is to grow together and build a strong network for mutual growth and they believe that entrepreneurs can easily make their dreams a reality if each one helped other, enough to achieve their goals. Till date, AMI has conducted 10 fairs across Kochi, Chennai and Hyderabad and reached out to 7,000 retailers and MBO’s. (RR)
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