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Delhi Fair Autumn Gets Ready To Welcome Buyers In October

For five days in October, the IHGF Delhi Fair, a progressive resource for global buyers sourcing Indian craftsmanship, will bring together 2,500 exhibitors, over 2000 products and some 300 trend specific designs across 14 categories at the India Expo Centre & Mart, New Delhi-NCR.

From 14-18 October, product, people and potential will define the show, say organisers the Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH), featuring a cross section of SME importers, artisan entrepreneurs and designers, as well as India’s leading manufacturer importers.

Above: Indian craftsmanship will again be at the heart of the show.
Above: Indian craftsmanship will again be at the heart of the show.

Home, Fashion, Lifestyle, Textiles and Furniture are again the key sectors across gifts and decorative accessories, fashion jewellery and accessories, leather bags, spa and wellness, housewares, home furnishing, furniture, lamps and lighting, Christmas and festive décor, carpets and rugs, bathroom accessories, garden accessories, educational toys and games, handmade paper products and stationery.

In addition, highlights include theme pavilions, trend areas, craft demonstrations, ramp presentations and seminars, besides buyer lounges and refreshment zones.

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Top: Fashion accessories are part of the product mix at October’s IHGF Delhi Fair Autumn.

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