Garment Show of India comes to Delhi
More than 20,000 garment buyers are set to attend the upcoming Garment Show of India in Delhi. India has become a hub in the past few years for international and national fashion brands to cash in on the growing buying power of consumers in the developing country.
However, while the upsurge in demand for the latest apparel fashion among Indian consumers continues, there is a missing link between manufacturers and buyers who are trying to create a name and position in the market.
Bringing together quality, innovative garment manufacturers with brands, retailers, distributors, agents, e-commerce teams under one roof - that's the purpose behind the Garment Show of India (GSI). Held this year, August 8-10, at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, the exhibition aims to connect the entire apparel retail segment of India.
GSI is the only domestic show for garment manufacturers in the Northern India region, providing a platform for networking and connecting with buyers of fashion, accessories, trims and supporting services, said the group in a statement.
The event will be an opportunity for steady garment manufacturers, those who have the correct quality, product and volumes to be able to meet the requirement of big retail chains, said GSI organises. It will also be a platform for sourcing teams linked to brands, retailers, distributors, traders and agents who are in search of manufacturers with the potential to perform, it said.
Exhibitors will include manufacturers and traders of ladies wear, men’s wear, babies and children’s wear, as well as the sportswear, lingerie and accessories from all over India.
Buyers from all across the country - Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Chandigarh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Punjab, Bangalore, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Kolkata, Bihar, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Tier II & Tier III cities - will visit the show in Delhi, said organisers.
Fashion shows, conferences, awards nights and a networking summit are all scheduled. Meanwhile, business to business meetings will be arranged for in-depth interaction with the biggest domestic garment manufacturers and retailers in the country.
With most of the stall space at the show booked, brands such as 109 F, Identiti, MG & Sons and Tinted Jeans have confirmed their presence at the show. Others - Shoppers Stop, Westside, Lifestyle, Pantaloons, Chunmun Stores, V2, Vishal Retail, Jabong.com, Myntra.com, Snapdeal.com, Madura Garments, Pothy’s, and Chennai Silk - are expected to visit the show to source the latest collections for the upcoming season.
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