This year too, IITF promises to be a mega event and the organizers are leaving no stone unturned in making it a success. As usual the Trade Fair will take place within Pragati Maidan premises. According to the organizers of IITF 2013, this trade fair aims at providing a platform for Indian manufacturers and traders to showcase their products; it also works as an excellent means of showcasing India’s technological advancement and industrial progress. Over the years, IITF has become Asia’s largest trade show of its kind, and the Indian economy can only be thankful for the revenues the trade fair generates for the industry and manufacturers. The trade fair actually serves twin purposes. One, it draws interest from global buyers and investors who consider India a fast developing and worthy global trade destination. Two, it emphasizes that the breed of Indian consumer is ever-growing, and that their potential is yet untapped.
IITF 2013 Partner State and Country
Apart from showcasing their wares for the global buyer, IITF also showcases the technological and industrial growth taking place in the different states and union territories of India. Each participating state or union territory is assigned its own pavilion, where they can exhibit the twin spectrum of goods ethnic to their culture, as well as services which cater to a global audience. This year almost all the States and Union Territories of India will be participating in the trade fair, apart from the many PSU’s, government ministries and the private sector. When it comes to International Participation, around 350 companies from around 28 countries will be participating in IITF this year. For 2013 Trade Fair, ITPO will be partnered by the state of Bihar and the country Japan ; the focus state for the show this year is Orissa and the focus country is South Africa.
India International Trade Fair 2013 Theme
Every year IITF has a theme which is given special impetus during the trade show. For the year 2013, the theme is Inclusive Growth. (The last year theme was “Skilling India“. This year an estimated 6000 exhibitors will be participating in the India International Trade Fair 2013. The roster of exhibit profile provides an exhaustive list with everything from textiles, garments, household & kitchen appliances, and processed food on display. Amongst products for personal use, jewellery, cosmetics, body care & healthcare products make it to the list. For hardcore B2B sector, Telecommunications, Power, Electronic and Engineering Goods would also be exhibited at the show. The trade fair will be on between the 14th and 27th of November at Pragati Maidan.