GTTES 2019 to be Held in Mumbai
by Shrutee Kate/DNS
GTTES 2019 is ready to herald a new successful business year with new optimism,new opportunities & new prospects for the textile industry with 400+ Exhibitors & 48+ Countries in its much anticipated 2nd Edition in Mumbai from 18th to 20th January 2019.
GTTES has grown in size and numbers and have achieved 26% growth rate attracting about 168 companies as first time participants who have never participated in any ITME events. This is a remarkable response to the 2nd edition GTTES, indicating that this event has achieved its place as a reliable international business platform for both domestic and overseas companies. It is very attractive for start-ups and small, medium companies from non-metro cities due to its low cost participation charges and focused exhibit chapters. First time participation from Sri Lanka & Slovenia and countries like Belgium, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Turkey, UK, USA, Taiwan, Algeria, Djibouti, Kuwait, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Senegal, etc., is a testimony to global reach of GTTES as a trusted opportunity for business & gateway to India.
Apart from this, GTTES 2019 shall facilitate interaction with all Export Promotion Councils which again shall help industry to know more about export opportunities, various Government subsidies, market initiative schemes available for Indian manufacturers & help to gain information and develop new opportunities for exports from India.
The Road shows are very important part of visibility and one-to-one connect with textile hubs in various parts of the countries as well as globally. Every major hub in our country has been tapped by the Society. A total of 18 promotional activities has been conducted over the last 6 months in India and Overseas. Visitor registration is much higher than the 1st edition GTTES and the number of countries sending the business delegates to attend the event is also increased. Apart from the regular business delegates from Bangladesh, Egypt, Sudan, Ghana, Nepal, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Egypt, Brazil, Morocco etc., there shall be first time delegates from Chile, Abu Dhabi & Palestine. Ministerial delegation from Ethiopia shall be available for one to one discussion for Investment & Incentives offered by Ethiopian Govt.
As a trend setting exhibition organiser, India ITME Society takes care to address trending topics as well as the topics which needs attention. Conference Sessions by Indian Technical Textiles Association Society on ‘International Conference on Nonwoven Technical Textiles’ & by Society of Dyers & Colourists International India Pvt. Ltd on ‘Educating the Technology Innovations in Textile Colouration’on 19th & 20th January 2019 respectively at GTTES 2019, shall empower Industry on these subjects.
Apart from the above two conferences, there shall be industry interactive session on 18th January 2019 to facilitate Govt / Industry Interaction. Ms. Surina Rajan, IAS, Director General, Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) shall be available for open interaction with Industry members. This shall help the Industry in direct representation towards formulation of policy for standardization, promoting exports / imports & control proliferation. The main points of discussion will include, Overview of Standardization work done by BIS in the field of Textile Machinery and Accessories. Issues related to Noise emissions and Safety aspects of textile machinery and adoption of related ISO standards & Inputs required for identified new subjects such as Embroidery Machines and Baby diaper making machines.
All the industry members are welcome to register at http://gttes.india-itme.com/visitors/registration_form to fix their B2B meetings, BIS Interaction & Ethiopia Investment Seminar. GTTES 2019 is the apt platform to connect the exhibitors with many new markets which has never looked at India as sourcing opportunity. Both for Indian manufactures and foreign exhibitors this new and developing markets shall bring future opportunity for business and expand their customer networking in an unprecedented way.