The Regional Office of the Textile Commissioner, Bengaluru, under the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, organized a three-day Buyer-Seller Meet as a marketing platform for powerloom product manufacturers.
Deputy Commissioner D Randeep, inaugurating the exhibition, said that buyer-seller meets of this kind were the best marketing platform for small time textile manufacturers and entrepreneurs to exhibit and market their products. With unemployment being the major problem in the country, the textile industry has great potential to address this problem to the extent given the proper marketing platforms for the manufacturers.
Randeep also said that a free marketing environment would be created once the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was implemented.
Assistant Director, Regional Office of the Textile Commissioner, Bengaluru who was present at the Buyer Seller Meet said that USP of the exhibition is that the buyers, unlike in online shopping, get to feel the product they are buying and can purchase them at factory prices.
The expo opened on Friday having as many as 15 stalls showcasing a range of powerloom products from southern states such as shirting and suiting, saris and churidar materials, dhotis and lungies, home furnishing, bed sheets and towels, school uniforms and curtains under one roof.
The expo was held from 16th â€“ 18th December at the Nanjaraja Bahadur Choultry a famous heritage structure in Shivarampet, Mysore.
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