Feedback Here

fbook  tweeter  linkin YouTube
Global contents also translated in Chinese

ITME to felicitate honorable services to the industry

India ITME Society has decided to facilitate the honorable service that multiple associations are providing to the textile industry. Working to make their venture successful, India ITME Society had called for open nominations from all the associations of the industry through mailers, website and social media campaigns. The award nominations were called for three main categories consisting of Outstanding Association, Digital Adoption, Emerging Association and Women Leadership.

With channelising the campaign for more than 2 months and after collecting successful applications in the tenure, from November 4, a panel of jury met at Business Center, The Oberoi Mumbai’ Nariman Point, for finalisation of winners. The jury discussed on the nomination received for various categories and after fine discussions and scrutinising the fine-tuned applications, the jury individually ranked the shortlisted nominations. The compiled result of all the jury rankings were discussed and the final winner names where sealed and stamped by the jury.

The panel of jury consisted of textile stalwarts of the industry comprising of Suresh Kotak, Gurudas Aras and Suresh Vaidya along with S Hari Shankar, chairman, ITME Society, Ketan Sanghvi, Narendra L Shah, GT Dembla, Sanjiv Lathia and R S Bachkaniwala.

The announcement of the winner will be done on the ‘Global Networking Program for Associations’ to be organised on December 20, 2019 at Taj Mahal Palace, Rendezvous in Mumbai.

Prior to the jury meeting, India ITME Society along with their knowledge partners Suvin Advisors had contacted the various associations and women leaders to submit their applications and later fine-tuned all the applications received and presented shortlisted nominations in front of the Jury to make the final decision. Few of the well-known associations who are part of India ITME Society, were not allowed to take part in this contest in order to maintain the unbiased nature while selection.