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Proliferation of home textile companies
Bed linen has a 49 per cent share in Indian home textiles market. India exported $416.4 million of bed linen in 2017 growing at a CAGR of 13 per cent, says Avinash Mayekar.
HGH unveils Home Fashion and Lifestyle Trends 2018 – 2019
HGH India 2018, India`s largest trade-show for home textiles, home décor, houseware and gifts – designed exclusively for the professional and trade visitors – presented the latest trends forecasted by it in home fashion and lifestyle at a press conference in Mumbai. Conceptualised and implemented by the internationally renowned design office Sahm + Permantier, the trend, under the title ‘Transition’ reflect the influence of social, lifestyle and technological changes in the Indian home products market in 2018-19.
Printing Goes Green
Talk about textile printing today—rotary screen, DTG or digital—the new winds of change blowing across this industry scream: WE ARE GOING GREEN. Lesser space, faster speed, reduced ink usage and eco-friendly processes are at the heart and soul of this transformation.
Heimtextil India launching unique showcase
India’s premium fairs for home textiles, homeware and interior décor, Heimtextil India and Ambiente India have launched Bespoke Living, an exclusive product showcase space dedicated to companies dealing with signature collections at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from June 27-29, 2018
HGH witnesses rise in number of exhibitors
HGH India, the leading B2B trade show for home products and gifts, stimulates the growing home products sector in India. This year, apart from home textiles, HGH saw an increased number of exhibitors from houseware, home décor and the cleaning and hygiene segment.
HGH brings focus on Indian home textiles
HGH India 2016, fifth annual edition of the trade show for home textiles, home décor, gifts & houseware, received an overwhelming response from the trade and industry. About 25,000 trade visitors, primarily retailers from 422 cities and towns covering all states of India attended this trade show in Mumbai to source home products for their business and discover upcoming home fashion trends for 2016-17. Over 450 leading Indian and International brands and manufacturers from 30 countries unveiled their innovations and new collections at HGH India 2016.
HGH endorses India’s potential in home textiles
HGH India 2016, the fifth annual edition of the trade show for home textiles, home décor, gifts and houseware, held recently at Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai, had a 10 per cent rise in the number of trade visitors at 25,000, primarily retailers from 422 cities and towns covering all the States of India. The display in this trade show focused on home fashion trends for 2016-17. Over 450 leading Indian and international brands and manufacturers from 30 countries unveiled their innovations and new collections at HGH India 2016.
17% rise in visitors at Heimtextil & Ambiente
The very successful third edition of India’s leading home fashion business platforms – Heimtextil India and Ambiente India set new visitor records attracting 8,443 business visitors from across the Indian subcontinent, a 17 per cent increase from last year. The well-timed opening during the Indian buying season and on the day India’s cabinet approved a package of measures to boost the textiles sector led to intense business discussions and an optimistic outlook among the fraternity.