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Source India 2016 to be held in August

Jul 01, 2016

After experiencing tremendous success in the first-ever Source India programme held at Hotel Grand Hyatt, Mumbai during 2010, the Synthetic & Rayon Textiles Export Promotion Council (SRTEPC) has decided to organise the second edition of Source India programme under the MAI scheme ´ an exclusive buyer-seller meet in Surat inviting buyers from Asia, Middle East & Gulf, Africa and South American countries. The forthcoming Source India/RBSM programme will be held on August 13-14, 2016 at Hotel Grand Bhagwati, Surat.

The objective of holding the Mega Export Promotion Programme is to showcase Surat as the leading centre of production of synthetic fabrics in India and to highlight the council´s initiative of ´Focus Surat´ to further develop this thriving textiles centre as a hub of production and exports of synthetic fabrics in India.

The programme is primarily aimed towards aggressive selling of Indian man-made fibre textiles to leading apparel and textiles buyers in Asia, Middle East & Gulf, Africa and South America, and offers a tailor-made opportunity for members-companies to conclude profitable business deals with international buyers right here in Surat without expenses and hassles of travel abroad.

Buyers from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Poland, Australia, United Kingdom, United States, European Union, Cambodia, Iran, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Kazakhstan, Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan, Nigeria, Morocco, Turkey, Peru, Colombia, Brazil, Guatemala, etc. are being invited to make the function successful. Representatives of the leading international apparel brands and their buying houses of international repute based in India and abroad, and others connected with the import of textiles including the leading apparel manufacturers in India will also be present at the buyer-seller meets to discuss and firm up business deals.

On the occasion of buyer-seller meets, fashion shows will be held to showcase suitability of Indian fabrics.