Purchase managers from some of the top hotels and restaurant chains in India and Asia are expected to attend and engage in buyer-seller meetings at India‘s leading home fashion business platform – Heimtextil India, which will be held along with Ambiente India.
Returning with an exclusive day dedicated for hospitality procurement and networking for exhibitors of Heimtextil India and Ambiente India, organisers Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd have announced that the hospitality segment will continue to be one of the key focus areas of visitor engagement at the fair this year.
"Heimtextil India is a unique platform for the hospitality buyers to meet exhibitors with international quality products. At the last edition, our members met many potential vendors and have already taken discussions forward for various projects. It is a brand that has come to be known as one that adds value to the business of hospitality by providing high-quality and innovative product choices for our industry’s needs and has become the preferred sourcing destination for hospitality purchase managers in India," said Nitin Nagrale, founder, Hospitality Purchase Managers Forum.
India accounts for 7 per cent of global home textiles trade with Indian products gaining a significant market share in the past few years. Standing among the largest home textile companies, Welspun has over the years grown its production and export capacities and has constantly been innovating to cater to the changing market demands.
Besides this leading brand, over 180 companies from 7 countries including market leaders of home textiles and interior décor segment including D’décor, Reliance, Raymond, Lifestyles 360 Degree and Gomaads among others are said to be launching their newest collections for 2017 at the co-located fairs.
Alongside its focus on the growing hospitality sector, Heimtextil India and Ambiente India will also cover important buying sectors including – retail buyers, trade agents, architects, interior designers and design experts which have continued to witness a high turnout in the previous editions being held in the peak pre-festive business season in India. Together, the co-located fairs will give home fashion buyers in India the widest spectrum of interior, lifestyle, furnishing, collectibles and home décor products all under one roof. (KD)
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