The sixth edition of HGH India – the annual trade show for home textiles, home décor, gifts and houseware – has lured more than 500 brands, manufacturers and importers who have gathered in Mumbai with their products and innovations.
The three day exposition, which was inaugurated by Kavita Gupta, textile commissioner, provides a quick and effective access to the rapidly emerging Indian home products market.
Gupta said, “HGH India has created a unique trade show for home textiles, home décor, gifts and houseware category which provides a platform to traders across these segments to explore new business opportunities in the Indian market. The event showcases upcoming trends in the industry which will add invaluable insights to predict the market needs. From the textile industry point of view, the regional players get an exposure to national as well as international markets. HGH India has come a long way to become an industry hot spot for retailers, brands, manufacturers and importers not only from a business point of view but also aiding in category expansion.”
The Home Textile Association of India also launched their first magazine called HTA Indoors at the event.
HGH India aims to give retailers all over India new ideas and concepts to facilitate business. The trade show has provided business opportunities and development of new channel partners to exhibiting brands in order to improve the trade. The strict B2B concept of HGH India has proven to be an inspiring and productive platform for exhibitors across rural and urban India to push the home product retail market. (SV)