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WiYarn conference opens new business bonding
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Jul '16
WiYarn conference, organised by China based Nantong Co-op Textile Exchange Co., opened new business bonding between the Chinese and Indian companies.
 
The conference for cotton yarn exporters, hosted by Fibre2Fashion in Ahmedabad on July 8, turned out to be a great success as the number of attendees surpassed expectation. It brought together cotton yarn exporters from different parts of India rendering business and networking opportunities.
 
The objective of the conference was to acquaint Indian manufacturers with the China market, as well as procedures and benefits of associating with Nantong Co-op Textile Exchange Co. for commencing business in China. The event provided valuable information that would help entrepreneurs set up and expand their business in China. It gave out informative details about the services offered by Nantong Co-op Textile Exchange Co. that can be a helping tool for manufacturers who intend to widen or begin their business in China. 
 
A special business mobile app that connects global buyers and suppliers was unveiled by Nantong Co-op Textile Exchange Co. at this event. The app enables spinning mills to showcase their company and products and interact with buyers. Participants learnt about the exclusive features of this mobile application designed especially for the textile entrepreneurs.
 
“The conference received an overwhelming response and there was active participation of attendees, who asked questions to understand the various services offered by Nantong Co-op Textile Exchange Co. This new bonding between the Indian and Chinese companies may turn out to be fruitful,” said Fibre2Fashion executive director Jose Daniel.
 
Nantong Co-op Textile Exchange Co. provides textile exchange service and complete solution to do yarn business in China. The services offered include legal and other statutory services to the new entrepreneurs to establish and grow their cotton yarn business. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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