Intex India 2023 exhibition concluded successfully with leading Indian and overseas buyers who attended the show to explore new products and services for their domestic and export business, gather market intelligence about the latest innovations, trends and product diversification across the supply-chain and value-chain and connected with participating companies to explore textile sourcing opportunities across India and beyond.
The show was inaugurated by Ms. Shubhra, Trade Advisor, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, in the presence of senior representatives from the Vietnam Trade
Office in New Delhi, Confederation of Indian Textiles Industry (CITI), Okhla Garment & Textiles Cluster (OGTC), Udyog Vihar Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Karnataka Innerwear Association and others.
Intex India saw the participation of leading manufacturers and suppliers from India and overseas who showcased a wide variety of textiles, trims & clothing accessories, dyes & chemicals, certification and business consulting services as well as trade and investment opportunities in Africa. Some of the leading buyers (apparel manufacturers, brands and retailers, buying offices, importers, etc.) who attended the show from across major cities of India were Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Benetton Sourcing, Pepe Jeans, Pentland USA, Arvind Fashion & Lifestyle, Reliance Brands Limited, Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail, Numero Uno, VIP Clothing, Bhartiya International, Celestial Lifestyle LLP, Celebrity Fashions, Go Go International and Newtimes Group to name a few. Apart from these, Intex hosted overseas buyers from 10+ countries who had successful meetings with the participants during the 3 days of the exhibition.
This year, two special forums comprising Intex Textile Conclave (ITC) and Interactive Business Forum (IBF) were organised alongside the exhibition. These platforms enabled business leaders and domain experts to present their insights to industry stakeholders, exchange ideas, unlock business opportunities and pave the way for future growth. The Intex Textile Conclave (ITC) under the theme Fibres of Fashion: Reimagining the future of Textiles was co-organised with DFU-FashionatingWorld as knowledge partner of the forum. The conclave brought in eminent speakers who shared their perspectives on the Indian and global outlook for textiles and apparel through panel discussions and presentations on the topics ‘Mapping India’s Fiber Market on a Global Canvas’, ‘Fibres of the Future’ and ‘Fabrics of Fashion & Functionality’. The Interactive Business Forum Seminar Series witnessed trends workshop by the world’s leading trends forecasting agencies – WGSN from UK and FashionSnoops USA. IBF also witnessed a session on the role of artificial intelligence in textiles and apparel. Both forums were well attended by participants, trade buyers, delegates and overseas visitors.
Intex India is endorsed by leading industry trade bodies and business chambers such as Confederation of Indian Textiles Industry (CITI), The Textile Association (India) Delhi Unit, Tirupur Exporters Association (TEA), Noida Apparel & Textile Cluster (NAEC), Garment Exporters Association of Rajasthan (GEAR), Okhla Garment & Textile Cluster (OGTC), Delhi Hindustani Mercantile Association (DHMA), Gurgaon Chamber of Commerce & Industry (GCCI), NCR Chamber of Commerce & Industry and many more.
We are proud to conclude that all the 3 editions of Intex which were held this year in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and India saw participation of more than 400 exhibitors from 12+ countries who participated in our exhibitions to promote their latest collections of textiles, explore new business and market opportunities in South Asia, the 2nd largest market after China and connected successfully with more than 10,540 domestic and international trade buyers from 20+ countries.
The next editions of Intex – The Premier International Textile Sourcing Show of South Asia will be organised in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 30th May to 1st June 2024 and in Colombo, Sri Lanka from 7th to 9th August 2024.