The leading publication for the Indian export textile & apparel Industry.The magazine is distributed free of cost at more than 30 national and international B2B fairs and exhibitions related to apparels, home textiles, hard goods, denims, machinery and, accessories. We have a good presence at industry conferences, seminars, symposiums, etc.With a circulation of 27,000 copies every month we offer you the opportunity to be in front of approx. 30,000 potential clients who are either the Chairman, MD’s, CEO’s CFO’s COO’s, Owners, production and merchandising teams in textile, home textile, fabric, testing, apparel, floor coverings, handicraft, rugs and retail market of India, who make decisions on company’s behalf.
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December 2013: Year 2013 is ending and as we wait for beginning of another year hoping it would be better than the last year. 2013 was a mixed bag for the industry as the year started on a slow note and till the second quarter the pace of business was not upto the mark. However, after the month of May India saw momentum as orders from the US and EU picked up and exporters were running in full capacities. The revival of US economy and improvisation of Europe was a major factor that influenced growth. Also, the incident that happened in Bangladesh where more than 1000 people were killed also proved to be a turning point. The buyers all over the world were concerned about the compliance situation and this made them shift some orders to Vietnam, China and India. Another positive factor for the industry is having an energetic and optimistic team in the Ministry and having a highly aggressive TEXTILE MINISTER Shri. KS Rao who is ready to take the industry to next level along with the support of his team, exporters and the Government.
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