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EPCH co-organises Ambiente India with Messe Frankfurt, vibrantly showcases home segment of handicrafts industry
27th -29th June 2018; Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

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Ambiente India, co-organised by EPCH with Messe Frankfurt Trade Fair (India) was held simultaneously with Messe Frankfurt’s Heimtextil India, from 27-29 June, 2018 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Hon’ble Minister of State for Textiles, Shri Ajay Tamta, inaugurated the shows in the presence of Mr. Shantmanu, IAS, Development Commissioner (Handicrafts); Mr. Raj Manek, Managing Director & Member of the Board Messe Frankfurt Asia Holdings; Mr. O P Prahladka, Chairman, EPCH; exhibitors, buyers and industry guests. EPCH set up of an exclusive handicrafts pavilion at Ambiente India with 12 member exporters displaying a variety of home and lifestyle products like, décor & accessories, woodenware, jute bags, horn & bone items, glassware, rugs & carpets, decoratives & gifts, designer furniture, picture frames, brassware, Christmas decorations, incense sticks, cushions, scarves, bags and fashion accessories......more

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Global Indian Festival, Kuala Lumpur highlighted with live craft demonstrations and home accents from India
9th-17th June 2018; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The 16th edition of the Global Indian Festival, held in Mid Valley Exhibition Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, was organised by the ASC Agenda Suria Communication in collaboration with Indian High Commission & Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE).  The festival is known for creating an interesting platform for commerce, cultural and artistic projects whilst linking together the Indian diaspora’s community values & cultural history as well as facilitating retail sourcing in the region.
The display profile included home decor and utility products, textiles, fashion accessories like women's garments, shawls, stoles, etc. with emphasis on B2C segment. Approx. 300 Indian exhibitors displayed their lines and the festival attracted over 5 lakhs visitors.

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