A mega exhibition that will showcase the value chain of India. The aim is to position Textiles India as a mega Annual International Event bringing global & Indian leaders together on one platform. Showcase India’s strength in the entire gamut of textile and apparel value chain, from farm to fibre to fabric to fashion. Establish India as a global sourcing and investment destination. A mega exhibition that will showcase the value chain of India. The aim is to position Textiles India as a mega Annual International Event bringing global
The vast sweep of Indian Textiles extends from the hand-woven sector on one end to the capital-intensive mill sector on the other. The segments include the decentralised power looms, hosiery and knitting sectors; the handloom and handicrafts segments; andalso the wide range of fibre, cotton, silk, jute and wool. The Indian Textile Industry has inherent linkage with agriculture and with the culture and traditions of the country making for its versatile spread of productsappropriate for both domestic and the export markets. The textile industry contributes to 10% of manufacturing production, 2% of India's GDP and upto 13% of the country's export earnings. With over 45 million people employed directly, the textile industry is one of the largest sources of employment generation in the country.
In keeping with the goal of making India's development inclusive and participative, the Government's central focus has been on increasing textile manufacturing by building the best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure, upgradation of technology, fostering innovation, enhancing skills and traditional strengths in the textile sector.