Kashmiri sellers get good business at Indian Jewellery Show
New Delhi, July 15: Of the Rs 84 crore business generated at the 5th edition of Indian Fashion, Jewellery and Accessories Show here, nearly 20 per cent has been clocked by Kashmiri manufacturers and exporters who exhibited their articles at the expo.
The three-day expo was held at India Expo Centre at Greater Noida near here.
Sharing details of the show, Arshad Mir, vice-chairman Export Promotion Council of India said that the Kashmiri manufacturers and traders received orders ranging from Rs 15 crore to 20 crore from buyers from different countries.
The major buyers were from USA, Spain, England, Australia, Brazil and Argentina.
Describing the show more than what EPCI had anticipated, he said that apart from Kashmiri fashion jewellery, the attractions for the buyers included Jamawar and Kani shawls and other related accessories.
Around 453 overseas buyers representing world famous buying houses and retail chains had visited the show to source their requirements from a diverse range of products showcased by over 200 Indian exporters and manufacturers from various parts of India. About 350 buyers had registered on the opening day of the show itself.
Over 50 big retail houses from across the country dealing in fashion jewellery also visited the mega show to source their requirements.
Fashion shows were organized on all three days with a theme “Go Green” and the shows were appreciated by the visitors and buyers.
The product range on display included fashion jewellery, semi-precious fashion jewellery, fashion accessories, hand bags, purses, fancy shoes, embroidered fashion accessories, etc.
Kiran Dhingra, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, also visited the show on the concluding day today and appreciated the display and presentation of products by Indian exhibiting companies.
She said the intricacies and exquisiteness of the Indian traditional as well as contemporary fashion jewellery have created a niche in the world market and have tremendous potential for exports.
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