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PM to inaugurate Intex South Asia held from 15-17 November at SLECC


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The third edition of Intex South Asia – the largest and only international textile sourcing show in South Asia for yarns, apparel fabrics, denims, accessories and allied services – will be held at the Sri Lanka Exhibition & Convention Centre, Colombo, from 15-17 November, 2017.

Intex South Asia 2017 will showcase 200+ exhibitors from 15 countries including India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, China, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Switzerland, Turkey, Australia, USA and more. 

Buyers from over 16 countries comprising India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Dubai, UK, Italy, Australia, Austria, Spain, Germany, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, Uganda and Nigeria to name a few, will also visit Colombo.

Intex South Asia has grown since 2015 as it keeps evolving its offerings to the industry. In 2017, the show announces the first time presence of Turkey, the textile hub of the Eurozone, and Switzerland. This year, the show will host multiple seminars with industry experts providing pertinent analyses for better understanding of global developments and their impact on South Asian industry.

The Woolmark Company – the official ‘Innovation Partner’ for Intex South Asia in 2017 – will make a presentation on “Merino Wool’s Luxury meets Innovation” and WGSN on “Fashion Trends & Forecast for Autumn/Winter 18-19 Collection”.

Intex South Asia also presents for the first time ‘Fashion Fiesta’ – the exclusive networking reception – where top 600 industry buyers from South Asia and other regions will interact with the international exhibitors. ‘Fashion Fiesta’ will also present a fashion extravaganza which will focus on the transformation of innovative textiles into contemporary garments featuring collections from renowned Taiwan-based companies with the Textile Federation (TTF) and top companies like Reliance Industries, Bombay Rayon Fashions Ltd., Mekotex, The Woolmark Company and more.

The show is organised in association with the Export Development Board of Sri Lanka (EDB) and endorsed by the Joint Apparel Association Forum (JAAF). The show is also supported by leading industry trade bodies across Asia and Middle East. 

 


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