Vision Live/Greater Noida

Shri Gajendra Singh Patel, Lok Sabha Member from Khargone, Madhya Pradesh, visited the fair today. He interacted with the exhibitors and was happy to see the variety on display at the fair. Over 200 women entrepreneurs and women led businesses are among the 2500+ exhibitors at IHGF Delhi Fair 2022. They are exporters, designers, entrepreneurs and crafts persons – all playing significant roles and positively influencing the way the world looks at this sector.  They have inspired, nurtured and successfully led many women and youth towards gainful employment and financial independence. Happy with the response to their products, they reiterate that this platform has been instrumental in their market exposure, confidence building, growth and success. Over the years, IHGF Delhi Fair has become a distinguished trade appointment, well received. It has grown manifold since its launch to become the must attend event for importers, wholesalers, retailers  and professionals seeking the best of home, lifestyle, fashion & textiles across a spectrum of classic and contemporary styles. With India's leading home, lifestyle, fashion & textiles manufacturer-exporters among its regular participants, IHGF Delhi Fair inspires buyers from the world's leading brands to replenish their merchandise and add new product lines in houseware, home furnishing, furniture, gifts, decoratives, lamps and lighting, Christmas & festive décor, fashion jewellery & accessories, spa and wellness, carpets and rugs, bathroom accessories, garden accessories, educational toys & games, handmade paper products & stationery and leather bags.

 Mr. Raj K Malhotra, Chairman, EPCH says, “The use of varied raw material allows choice of over 2000 products made out of wood, metal, cane and bamboo, natural fibres, wool, silk, jute, hemp, coir, stone, leather, terracotta, lacquer and natural residues & derivatives. Prolific product line extensions and new collections are offered every season, as manufacturers focus on interplay and blends of raw materials and craft skills with visual sensibility.” Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Director General, EPCH & Chairman, IEML says, “Indeed our sector is powered by women at the helm as well as women within the workforce. Their importance and transformative influence cannot be undermined. The products they make reach retail shelves of the world’s leading home & lifestyle brands promoting Brand India in more and more nations across the world.” Ferry Mulder from Germany says “my trade with India through this fair is over 20 years now. I source Furniture and home décor. I am meeting my regular suppliers and making  connections with first time exhibitors too.”  John Allan from United Kingdom is happy to be at the fair. He says, “40% of my trade is from India but I want to increase it to 75% now. The products here are marvelous, I see a lot of creativity here.”

Craft demonstrations on carpet making and papier machie at the J&K Theme Pavilion are attracting many visitors. Seminars by leading industry professionals on Evolving Trends in Forex Management, Social Listening to Grow Brands and How to DIY your Brand, were well attended. Ramp Shows taking place in daily sequences featured some rarely seen artisanal apparel, jewellery and accessories from Ladakh among other products. Cultural and folk performances at the fair venue are also enthusing overseas visitors.