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SIMA Texpin to focus on textile industry in 2020
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Sep '17
The 11th edition of the Textile Pinnacle (Texpin) by Southern India Mills' Association (SIMA) will focus on 'Textile Industry-Towards 2020'. The conference for chief executive officers will equip the industry to mitigate the challenges, grab the emerging opportunities and achieve a sustained growth rate. The event is scheduled for September 9 at Coimbatore. 

The CEO conference will provide necessary information for the captains of the industry to face challenges, grab opportunities, update their knowledge in textile business and successfully manage their business. It will throw light in various internal and external factors governing the performance and growth of the textile industry and the strategies to be adopted to achieve sustained growth rate. The conference will discuss about the investment opportunities in textile, raw material and the scope for innovation among others.

The 11th Texpin coincides with the 58th annual general meeting of SIMA. The CEO conference made debut in 1997 with an aim to update the textile entrepreneurs on various challenges and opportunities and developments in the textile field and give necessary inputs for strategic planning. The themes hitherto deliberated were aimed at giving necessary inputs to focus on value addition, vertical integration, innovation, automation, prudential-financial management, human resource management, technology management, etc. (RR)

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