TEXAPP Bangladesh 2016 Forum, a discussion on textile and apparel organized by CEMS USA and CEMS Bangladesh to take place on the sidelines of the 17th Textech Bangladesh 2016 International Expo today.
Bangladesh has the potential to become the leading country in textile and apparel exports; for this to happen, proper reforms, strategies and coordinated efforts should be in place, the organisers said.
The aim of the discussion is to bring textile and apparel industry leaders and machinery importers of Bangladesh under one roof.
The discussion as well as the show will help set the stage for Bangladeshi textile and apparel industry leaders and machinery importers to focus, discuss, decide and set goals for future exports.
CEMS Global and Bangladesh Textile Today invite analysts will discuss issues related to the formation of a common position of the Bangladeshi textile and apparel industry leaders in the global arena and talk on a topic â€œdriving business with knowledgeâ€ at the forum.
It is the right knowledge that could give right track or path or methodology to reach the target. And again it is the real knowledge that helps to build right process.
Discussants include MA Kader Sarkar, secretary of the textiles ministry; Mashud Ahmed, vice-chancellor of Bangladesh University of Textiles; Faruque Hassan, senior vice-president of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association; AH Aslam Sunny, first vice-president of Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacturers and Exporters Association, and NN Mahapatra, national vice-chairman of Textile Association (India).
TEXAPP Bangladesh 2016 will be held at the International Convention City Bashundhara, Kuril, in Dhaka.
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