05th India International Silk Fair 15-17 October 2016
The Indian Silk Export Promotion Council(ISEPC) which is an apex government body of the exporters of Indian silk & silk products from all over India is organising 05th India International Silk Fair 15-17 October 2016, which funded under MAI scheme and are proposing to sponsor visit of foreign buyers to the fair.
The objective of sponsoring the visit of the foreign buyers to the fair is to provide an exposure of products of around 150 exhibitors from all over India who will be displaying varieties of
· Fabric & Garments both in silk & blended
· Silk carpets & Home furnishing
The visiting buyer will have the opportunities of sourcing large unexplored varieties of products in different fibres directly from the manufacturers, thus making a great difference in their costing and reliability. ISPEC will like to offer to visiting buyers the following:
· Airfare subsidy to the visiting buyer as under
Ø Rs. 45,000/- to buyers from American Continent*
Ø Rs. 35,000/- to buyers from Europe, Australia, Japan, Africa*
Ø Rs. 22,000/- to buyers from remaining countries*
(*subject to actual fare or limit prescribed above whichever is less)
· Two days complimentary stay in 05 star hotel with breakfast & working lunch at the fair venue
· Free pick up from airport to hotel and free pick up and drop from hotel to fair venue and vice versa
· An evening of B2B meeting with Indian suppliers followed by dinner
· The committee may organise fashion show followed by dinner
The visiting overseas buyers will thus be availing huge benefits of unparalleled interaction with suppliers from remote corners of India as well as enjoying hospitality and feast during the 03 days of the event, besides saving a lot of expenditure on their travel to India.
The Indian silk industry is very dynamic as it is the only country in the world which produces all commercial variety of silk namely Tassar, Muga, Eri and Mulberry. Silk produced in India has its own uniqueness in terms of better strength, ability to absorb dyes, ruggedness, brightness and lustre, fall, feel drape etc.
The Indian silk is unique not only because it has distinguished and distinct characters when compared to silk from other countries but also due to the fact that the processes and technologies used are different and varied from cluster to cluster. The variety and diversity in these clusters have resulted because of weaving styles, patterns of designs, accessories and equipment’s used, technology employed skill levels preference for designs and motives, colour combination etc.
For more information please visit www.indiainternationalsilkfair.com