Regional office of the textile commissioner, Ahmedabad and the Southern Gujarat Chamber of Commerce (SGCCI), Surat are jointly organising this buyer-seller meet. SITEX 2017 aims to encourage the trade and industry of the South Gujarat region and promote the brand 'Surat' by highlighting the strength of the city's textile Sector.
SSI registered small scale entrepreneurs from various parts of India are expected to participate in the event. About 30 stalls will be set up by various powerloom unit owners, according to the organisers.
The event will provide an excellent opportunity to the manufacturers, dealers, wholesalers and retailers of the textile industry to showcase their wide range of products and services and industry experts to discuss about the latest market innovations.
Business leaders, corporate, manufacturers, entrepreneurs, buyers and sellers can expect lucrative business opportunities that will expand their business. Participants will also get a chance to capitalise on their expertise and diversify or expand their operations in the existing market. (KD)
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