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Weaving Wonders: India’s Showcase at Global Sources Fashion 2024

Weaving Wonders: India's Showcase at Global Sources Fashion 2024

The Wool & Woollen Export Promotion Council (WWEPC) orchestrated the India Pavilion at the Global Sources Fashion event in Hong Kong recently.

The exhibition, facilitated under the Market Access Initiative Scheme of the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, provided a valuable platform for thirty-seven Indian companies to delve into export opportunities.

The India Pavilion stood out with its strategically designed layout, featuring visually captivating fascia, signage, and professional product displays.

This approach enabled participating companies to showcase their collections in an engaging and appealing manner, attracting a large number of visitors and generating substantial business prospects.

The India Pavilion at Global Sources Fashion 2024 witnessed the active participation of thirty-seven dynamic Indian companies, each presenting their unique offerings to the global stage.

The array of products on display was truly impressive, ranging from high-quality garments and luxurious shawls to practical yet stylish socks, bags, and fashion accessories.

Exhibitors demonstrated their expertise in crafting exceptional woollen and textile-based products, catering to the diverse needs and preferences of international buyers.

These companies exemplified India’s textile and apparel industry’s focus on sustainable and ethical manufacturing practices.

Leveraging this platform, they not only promoted their products but also shared their brand stories and showcased the rich cultural heritage inspiring their designs.

The India Pavilion served as a testament to the country’s dedication to quality, innovation, and excellence in the global fashion market.

The India Pavilion at Global Sources Fashion 2024 garnered significant visitor interest, reflecting the strong demand for Indian textile and apparel products in the global market.

The exhibition witnessed a steady influx of buyers, retailers, and industry professionals from various corners of the world, eager to explore the diverse offerings on display.

With an average of over 3,000 visitors per day, including buyers from ASEAN, the US, LAC, Australia, Russia, and Europe, the event underscored the global appeal of Indian textiles and apparel.

Among the 1,200 booths representing 14 countries, India emerged as the third-largest participant, highlighting its prominent presence at the exhibition.

This diverse international attendance enriched networking opportunities and facilitated business prospects for all participants.

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