‘Made in Pakistan’ exhibition to be held from 12 to 15 April in New Delhi
04 Apr 2012
New Delhi will play host to a ''Made in Pakistan'' exhibition to be organised from 12 to 15 April, to reciprocate the ''Made in India'' exhibition held in Lahore in February.
The exhibition by Lifestyle Pakistan (LP) has been planned in collaboration with the commerce ministry and Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) to showcase the best of Pakistani fashion, textiles, accessories, home furnishings and other items at 300 plus stalls, according to LP spokesperson Sidra Iqbal.
The four-day show is expected to get 30,000 footfalls everyday from Indian trade industry and international buyers.
Iqbal said top 100 Pakistani firms would be participating in the event, adding that the participants would include fashion designer Deepak Perwani, Kamiar Rokni, Faiza Samee, Maheen Khan, Rizwan Beyg, Maria B and Nilofer Shahid.
Products made by Pakistan-based companies in textiles, home textiles, readymade garments, sportswear and handicrafts would be on display at the exhibition. The participating companies showcasing their wares would include Orient Textiles, Nishat Mills Ltd, Gul Ahmed Textiles (Pvt) Ltd, Bonanza Garments, AlKaram Textile Mills (Pvt) Ltd, Junaid Jamshed, Khaadi, Chen One, Eden Robe and Ensemble (Pvt) Ltd.
The LP exhibition would help Pakistani products enter one of the world's largest consumer markets, and introduce high quality Pakistani products to Indian business community and people at large at the same time providing an opportunity to top Pakistani enterprises to meet Indian authorities and discuss trade-related issues.
According to Iqbal, TDAP was also arranging for a business delegation to be part of the Lifestyle Pakistan exhibition, where entrepreneurs would get an opportunity to consolidate their business contacts.