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HGH India 2017 witnesses 30% participation of International Brands this year




Mumbai, June 5th 2016: This year HGH India has a larger contingent of international exhibitors participating in the exhibition. The exhibitors from the Home Products and Gifting Industry include leading international brands like King Koil, Marvels from USA, TOSO from Japan, and Joseph Joseph from UK, Lenzing from Austria, Bormioli Rocco and TSV from Italy, Nachtmann and Spigelau from Germany, Ocean from Thailand, Uscan Plastik from Turkey among other prominent industry players. International brands from over 28 countries exhibited this year.

There is a growing interest among international players to participate in HGH India because they value the market insights and consumer trends shared at this exhibition. HGH India this year had special international pavilions set up for Turkey, Taiwan, and China where they exhibited their extensive range of home products. The international interest was also manifested by the presence of Consulate General of Turkey, H. E. Mr. Erdal Sabri Ergen who shared their optimistic views on the business potential that India offers in the home décor and houseware industry.

Speaking about the increased interest from the international exhibitors Mr. Arun Roongta, Managing Director, TexZone said, “We are delighted to have so many international brands participating at HGH India this year. Our efforts have always been to create a platform for exhibitors to not only to showcase their latest offering but also to gain insights on the market trends that will help grow their business for the year ahead. International exhibitors use HGH India to expand their distribution network not only in the metro cities, but in the rapidly growing Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities and towns.”

Offline and online retailers, specialty stores, hypermarkets, distributors, importers, wholesalers and institutional buyers found products and services at HGH India 2017 innovative, well-designed and of high quality standards. Trade visitors could identify the new and upcoming colours, designs, materials and styles for 2017-18 in home textiles, furnishings, home décor and houseware through ‘across time’ a stylish and well-researched Trends Pavilion put up by the organisers.