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GlobalSpin Trade Conclave: Eco-Handlooms, Eco-Textiles and Apparel

WTC Mumbai - Sahakar, Centre-1, 31st Floor WTC Complex 314, UB Aura, A Rd, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400005

Date: March 25 & 26, 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.


  • Enhancement of skills at par with the leading South East Asian & other countries by way of regular exchange programme.


  • The role of technology & faster manufacturing techniques vis-a-viz. measures for creating awareness for the role of quality material.
  • Replicating successful models of integrated and inclusive development of clusters in Bangladesh, Vietnam, China, Thailand, Philippines etc.


  • Design, Product Development and Innovation -Role Play


  • Tapping new and virgin markets.
  • Development of IT & database system to support industry including E-commerce.
  • Demand constrains: value in domestic market, competition with mass produced products, international awareness of available products.
  • Enlisting eective mechanism to disseminate commercial information, new ideas, innovations, etc.
  • Percolating the concept of Focus Products, Focus Clusters and Focus Markets.
  • Eco-Textiles and Apparel.


  • The importance of the Eco-Handlooms, Eco-Textiles and Apparel sector in the national economy is well recognized. On account of having the advantage of exibility of production in small batches, uniqueness, constant scope for innovation, eco friendliness, adaptability and, above all, the element of rich artistry, this sector has the potential to contribute towards export earnings in a big way. Therefore, export of handloom products has been identied as a “Thrust Area” for the overall development of the sector. The Government is exploring the possibility of making optimal use of the resources to enhance production capabilities of exportable Eco-Handlooms, Eco-Textiles and Apparel products.