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ITPO gearing up to promote India at Intermoda Fair, Mexico

The India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO) is gearing up to promote India’s country level participation in IM Intermoda-International Apparel & Textile Fair to be held at Guadalajara (Mexico) from January 17 to 20, next year. Being a regular participant, ITPO aims to provide an excellent business opportunity in high potential Mexican markets that attract a large number of buyers from North America and Latin American regions.

Aiming to strengthen bilateral trade and economic cooperation between India and Mexico, the participation in the coming fair assumes a special significance in the backdrop of our prime minister’s visit to the country in June last. The participation offers excellent opportunities for Indian companies to export apparel, textile, leather garments, fashion accessories blouses, skirts, evening wear, woollen shawls, tie and die items, made-ups, fashion jewellery, wooden block printed garments, terracotta items, etc.

The fair, that also brings together Mexican and international companies, manufacturers, importers and distributors, is an ideal place to publicise brand image as well and also to analyse the competition, step up sales, launch new products, get to know the market trends and expand network of business contacts. IM Intermoda is the continent’s largest specialised exhibition that attracts more than 10,000 businessmen including top buyers, the world’s leading apparel, textile buyers of fashion wear manufacturers and service providers. The fair will be supplemented with a number of conferences on color, textures and fabric as well as fashion shows highlighting new trends and merchandising.

The fair will bring together Mexican and international companies, manufacturers, importers, distributors. It is an ideal place to publicise the Indian brand and step up sales, launch new products and expand company’s network of business contacts in the highly potential Latin American market.