WTC Bengaluru - Dr Rajkumar Road, Malleshwaram West, Bangalore 560055, India
Date: March 21 & 22, 2022
In order to offer a Global Spin to the Eco-Handlooms Eco-Textiles and Apparel Exports towards achieving the target of US $100 Billion of textile exports set by the Hon’ble Textile Minister of India in a quick time. This Trade Conclave aims towards aggregating all possible stakeholders of Eco-Handlooms, Eco-Textiles and Apparel Industry under the one roof.
The Ministry of Textiles and Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India is aiming towards enhancing export & trade competitiveness of Eco-Handlooms, Eco-Textiles and Apparel exporters/ new enterprises in regions with export targets.
This Global Trade Conclave aims towards aggregating all possible stakeholders of Eco-Handlooms, Eco-Textiles and Apparel Industry under the one roof and to work towards Globalization of Indian textile industry by analyzing the best practices, new production techniques, innovative procedures and product qualities to satisfy all international eco-standards.
South India is the leading silk producing area of the country also known for its famous silk weaving enclaves like Kancheepuram, Dharmavaram, Arni, etc. While the temple towns like Kancheepuram are renowned for their magnicent heavy silk sarees of bright colours with silver or gold zari works, the centers like Bengaluru and Mysuru are known for their excellent printed silks.
The traditional handloom silks always score over the powerloom silks in the richness of their textures and designs, in their individuality, character and classic beauty. Handloom weaving remains a symbol of versatility and creativity of living craft.
International experts and resource persons of proven credibility in dierent areas of technology & domain experts have been invited from countries like MAURITIUS, ZIMBABWE, EGYPT, ETHIOPIA, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, BANGLADESH, ARGENTINA AND LEBANON.
Renowned national speakers from Government, National Institutes, Industry and Academia related to textiles are delivering sessions and participate as panellists.
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