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23 Bangladeshi apparel companies exhibit at Bengaluru’s sourcing expo

Apparel Sourcing Week,’ at Bengaluru, India, the first-ever 2-day regional networking platform which aims to bring the manufacturing hubs of the subcontinent closer to India’s retail sector, received a huge response from all the stakeholders.

Apparel Sourcing Week Bengaluru, India

A total of 23 apparel companies from Bangladesh participated in the expo, in a bid to increase Bangladesh’s apparel export to India, according to a press release.

Abdul Wadud, Director of Team Scl Bangladesh, said, “I have been to globally renowned sourcing fairs like Bread & Butter, ISPO and Magic but never witnessed such an organized and well-managed show before. In terms of business leads, Apparel Sourcing Week lived up to my expectations”.

The team is one of the leading apparel manufacturers from Bangladesh.

A flurry of activities – seminars, panel discussions, vendor workshops and open house, were held during the expo touching all key aspects of the booming Indian fashion retail sector, sourcing strategies, products, pricing and not to mention the core issues of business generation, networking and knowledge sharing.

Bangladeshi companies which participated in the expo included Laila Styles Ltd, Bando Design Ltd, Jamuna Apparels Ltd, Energypac Fashions Ltd, Anowara Knit Composite Ltd, Sonia & Sweaters Limited, Pacific Jeans Ltd, Universal Jeans Ltd, Gramtech Knit Dyeing Finishing & Garments Ltd, Standard Group Ltd, Standard Stitches Ltd, Apex Textile Printing Mills Ltd, Pakiza Knit Composite Ltd, Well Group, Anzir Apparels Ltd, Anzir Terry Towels Ltd, Epic Group, Kwuntong Apparels Ltd, Lenny Fashion Ltd, K.C Bottom and Shirt Wear Company, RBSR Fashions Ltd, Denimach Ltd and Green Smirt Shirts Ltd.

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