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Next Galleria Intima, to attract over 1,000 brands, 2,000 plus visitors

"The fifth edition of Galleria Intim, a trade fair that seeks to renovate the intimate apparel segment in India, is expected to attract more than 2,000 visitors from India and abroad. The annual trade fare is slated to take place in New Delhi from August 5-6. Over 1,000 brands from India alone are expected to visit the event. Committed to leverage the opportunities created by ‘Make in India’ initiative, the event is set to project India as a manufacturing hub for domestic, as well as global intimate wear market. Intimate Apparel Association of India (IAAI) will be exploring the possibilities of the future."

 

NEXT GALLERIA INTIMA

The fifth edition of Galleria Intim, a trade fair that seeks to renovate the intimate apparel segment in India, is expected to attract more than 2,000 visitors from India and abroad. The annual trade fare is slated to take place in New Delhi from August 5-6. Over 1,000 brands from India alone are expected to visit the event. Committed to leverage the opportunities created by ‘Make in India’ initiative, the event is set to project India as a manufacturing hub for domestic, as well as global intimate wear market. Intimate Apparel Association of India (IAAI) will be exploring the possibilities of the future.

Experts feel, the future growth indicators of Indian intimate wear industry include a robust domestic market that has been growing at an annual rate of 15 per cent to 20 per cent. According to IAAI, this gives Indian brands a good ground to build upon.

Advantage India

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As per IAAI reports China, the long-standing indisputable leader of global textile export market is demonstrating a slowdown in domestic economy resulting in lower international competitiveness. Meanwhile, top international brands like Victoria’s Secret, Fruit of the Loom, Aerie, Warnaco Group, La Senza, Hanesbrands, and others that dominate the global market have been getting their products made in countries like China following a steep rise in manufacturing costs in Europe and the US. China for years has remained the largest supplier of intimate wear. However, the country’s companies were recently forced to increase their labour costs, making their products less competitive in the international market.

Incidentally, Chinese labour costs are nearly four times higher than in India. Continuous rise is disposable income of the Indian middle class means that the domestic market for intimate wear will remain robust in the years to come, according to IAAI. This makes India a potential hub for global manufacturing.

Opportunities Ahead

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In the backdrop of ‘Make in India’ campaign, the fifth edition of Galleria Intima will bring together major domestic and international players of the global intimate wear industry. Brand owners, manufacturers of intimate wear, designers, export houses, large format retailers, online retailers and buying houses from all over the world will stand under one roof.

Galleria Intima offers a platform for domestic and international buyers to see the latest innovations, most spectacular designs and products that are the result of thorough research and development process. So far, the show has received exhibitor participation from countries such as Italy, Turkey, China, Germany, Sri Lanka and Thailand, apart from India.

IAAI is committed to shore up India’s share in the global intimate wear export market from 4 per cent to 10 per cent by 2025. IAAI is guided by the vision to acquire for India a leader’s position in the global intimate wear market by persistently working towards the promotion and development of the industry.

 
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