The International Apparel and Textile Fair (IATF) 2018 edition due to take place in April is gearing up to bring forth design and innovation. IATF is a bi-annual event being organized by Nihalani Events Management.
IATF attracts some of the worldâ€™s largest manufacturers of fabrics and leading print design studios. Exhibitors mainly from India, UK, China, Japan, Taiwan, Turkey, Hong Kong, Thailand and many more are expected at the Spring/Summer 8th edition of IATF.
IATF provides a platform to manufacturers and their agents to showcase their collection to the most influential buyers and designers in the MENA region. The event also, offers buyers, distributors and designers the opportunity to view a wide range of textiles from prominent mills in the world of fashion and design.
IATF continues to prove itself as the one-stop platform to showcase the latest developments and emerging technology for the textile and apparel industry.
IATF continues to provide a platform for an intensive interexchange between prominent buyers and exhibitors from around the globe. They are proud to introduce prominent manufacturers from all across the globe to the clothing and textile buyers and retailers not only here in Dubai or the UAE or the GCC, but the whole of the MENA region, said IATF show Director, Dilip Nihalani.
The 7th edition of IATF witnessed a significant increase of 44 percent in attendance of visitors and 27 percent increase in exhibitors. The show attracted around 3,000 buyers who were mainly from the UAE and Gulf Cooperation Council region. A large number of visitors came all the way from Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar. Other buyers came from all across Asia, African countries, Europe, the USA and Australia.
The three-day IATF exhibition will kick off from April 24, 2018 at Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE.
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