Garment Show of India commences; to connect participants from pan India

New Delhi [India], June 6 (ANI): B2B exhibition that that connects the apparel retail industry of India, the Garment Show of India was inaugurated by BJP President Delhi Manoj Tiwari at Pragati Maidan Hall Number 7.
Well-known retail chains like Will Lifestyle ITC, V mart, V2, Unik Bazar and brands like Kaira, Cactus, Fashion Factory, the press and other media will showcase their collection till June 6th. More than 100 exhibitors, comprising leading brands and manufacturers and retailers of a variety of products will participate from Delhi, Noida, Jaipur, Mumbai, Bangalore, Ludhiana, Kolkata, Hyderabad, and others.
"The idea is to bridge the gap between buyers and sellers; our exhibition has manufacturers/brands that can offer quality, fashion and competitive prices and match up with the requirements of retailers, retail chains, e-commerce companies and distributors," said Organiser Garment Show of India, Gagan Marwah.
Shiv Naresh, one of the most reliable players in sportswear; Brand Kaira from Hyderabad that makes attractive ladies wear; Babeez from Mumbai, a brand for kids and infants; Indira Hosiery Mills from Ludhiana; Cactus from Bangalore that makes innovative denims; Dotted Jeans, a high fashion brand for all type of denims; Tinted, Royal Wood, Mac Mount and several other companies are participating in the exhibition.
"'Make in India,' the slogan of our PM is also the theme of this exhibition Garment Show of India. As everyone says, 'Roti, Kapdaa aur Makaan' are the three basic necessities of India. Kapdaa, or Clothing is certainly a basic necessity, however, it also adds fashion, uniqueness and motivation to our lives," said Manoj Tiwari.
Since GST is a hot topic today, a wide-ranging discussion on the issue was also conducted on Day 1 of the show. Retailers and manufacturers expressed their concern over 12 percent GST rates on ready- made garments and its impact which has been affecting market sentiments for many months now. (ANI)

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