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Piyush Goyal inaugurates CMAI's 'Brands of India' pavilion at Bharat Tex 2024

Piyush Goyal inaugurates CMAIs Brands of India pavilion at Bharat Tex 2024 Tex 2024


The 'Brands of India' pavilion, organized by the Clothing Manufacturers Association of India (CMAI), was inaugurated today at Bharat Tex 2024 by Piyush Goyal, Hon. Minister of Commerce & Industry, Consumer Affairs & Food & Public Distribution and Textiles, Government of India.

The pavilion, located in Hall 12A at the Bharat Mandapam in New Delhi, will remain open until February 29th. This opening follows the inauguration of Bharat Tex 2024 by Hon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Indian textile industry on the global stage

Bharat Tex aims to showcase the strength and innovation of the Indian textile industry, from fiber production to retail. Prime Minister Modi emphasized the "Five F's" concept at the inauguration: Farm to Fiber, Fiber to Factory, Factory to Fashion, Fashion to Foreign. This concept creates a cohesive value chain within the industry. The Prime Minister also highlighted changes to the definition of MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises), ensuring continued support as they grow.

Promoting Indian apparel excellence

The 'Brands of India' pavilion aligns with Bharat Tex's goal by highlighting the evolution of Indian apparel brands. These brands have transformed the Indian domestic retail market into a globally recognized force. The pavilion features over 100 prominent Indian apparel brands, including Arvind, Zodiac, Raymond, Killer, Fab India, Biba, Manyavar, Monte Carlo, US Polo, Tommy Hilfiger, and many more.

CMAI leadership comments

"We are honored to have Piyush Goyal Ji inaugurate our Brands of India pavilion at Bharat Tex 2024," said Rajesh Masand, President of CMAI. "The Ministry of Textiles entrusted CMAI to present leading Indian apparel retail brands under one roof. We are excited about Bharat Tex and the promising future it holds for our dynamic industry.”

Rahul Mehta, Chief Mentor of CMAI, added, "Aligned with the Government programmes - 'Make in India' and ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’, the 'Brands of India' is a gateway to present Indian apparel brands at global events.”

"Notable attendees from CMAI included Jayesh Shah, Vice President; Ankur Gadia, Hon Treasurer; Naveen Sainani, Jt. Hon Secretary; Mukesh Jain, Kirti Shah, and Dinesh Nandu, Managing Committee Members; alongside Rahul Mehta, Chief Mentor, and Mohan Sadhwani, Executive Director, among others."



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