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The Apparel Export Council of Egypt (AECE) is a public private partnership between the Ministry of Trade and Industry and an assembly of Egypt's most prominent apparel exporters. The AECE is responsible for the development, marketing and promotion of Egypt's apparel export industry. AECE is a non-profit organization established in 1997 by Ministerial Decree. Its mandate is to act in an advisory capacity to the Minister of Trade and Industry, policy advocacy in which it lobbies for the welfare of the sector's exporters and, finally, to assist and promote Egyptian apparel exports.
Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the oldest Chamber of commerce in the country. They have been serving for 178 years and have over 4500 members from large, medium and small enterprises.
The Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry established in 1907 and starts raising awareness among the traders and industrialists in Bursa to provide their contribution to national economy. It encouraged its members for their benefits by attending to the international fairs, but also to increase the industrial and agricultural products of the city.
Carried out by the Agency activities are carried out using a number of measures aimed at sustaining economic growth, increasing the competitiveness of Bulgarian enterprises and foster their development, stimulating entrepreneurship and supporting technological and innovative industries, development of public-private partnership.
COMOCREA founded in 1990 aims at encouraging the export of textile designs by its member - studios. Comocrea brings out the prestige of this sector; a fusion of the traditional, cultural and artistic part of Como with the innovative spirit experienced in the world of textile designers. The consortium operates mainly in the sectors of fashion and home decor.
Formed in 1979, the Cotton Fashion Consortium associates with producers of textiles, clothing and outdoor knitwear, underwear, night and home accessories.
The Federation of Indian Export Organisations represents the Indian entrepreneurs spirit of enterprise in the global market. Known popularly as "FIEO", this apex body of Indian export promotion organizations was set up jointly by the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India and private trade and industry in the year 1965. FIEO is thus a partner of the Government of India in promoting India's exports across the globe.
-The General Organization of International Exhibitions and Fairs (GOIEF) was established in 1956 under a Presidential Decree number 323.
- In 1980 GOIEF moved from the Exhibition Grounds in Al Jazeera to its current place in Nasr City.
-Cairo international Conference Centre was established in 1988 by the Presidential Decree number 524 and is located in Nasr City, Cairo.
- In May 2008 the Presidential Decree number 134 was issued to merge the Cairo International Convention and Exhibition Centre (CICC) with The General Organization of International Exhibitions and Fairs (GOIEF) under a new name Egypt Expo and Convention Authority (EECA).
F-Trend is the authority for news and trends in the worlds of fashion and retail. They provide the most comprehensive coverage anywhere of fashion trends, and retail news and is the leading destination for all fashion week updates and show reviews.
The Indian Chamber of Commerce, or ICC as it is popularly known, is the premier body of business and industry in Eastern and North-Eastern India. The membership of the Chamber comprises several of the largest corporate groups in the country, with business operations all over the country and abroad.
Istanbul Apparel Exporters’ Association (IHKIB) is one of the most important associations of apparel sectors, which leads Turkey’s export. IHKIB has more than 9.425 member exporter companies in the apparel field. IHKIB member companies realize %75 of Turkish total apparel and %12 of country’s total export which is around 17 billion $ annually.
Established in 1964, the International Trade Centre (ITC) is the joint agency of the World Trade Organization and the United Nations. ITC is the only development agency that is fully dedicated to supporting the internationalization of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). ITC works towards creating ‘trade impact for good’.
Powerloom Development & Export Promotion Council (PDEXCIL) is set up by the Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India in the year 1995. The Council has been registered under Section 25 of The Companies Act, 1956, having its Registered Head Office at Mumbai, Maharashtra & Regional Office at Erode, Tamil Nadu.
The main objectives of the PDEXCIL is to promote, support, develop, advance and increase Powerlooms and export of Powerloom fabrics and made-ups thereof and to carry out any such activity in such manner as may be necessary or expedient.
The name of the Pavilion is inspired by the international Fair of beachwear, underwear and accessories that takes place in July in Florence. Maredamare is the only Italian exhibition of the sector and it is considered among the most important ones on the international scene. Maredamare Pavilion combines various offers of beachwear, underwear and clothing Made in Italy, starting from design’s companies as well as new realities and historical brands.
As MARS FUARCILIK HİZMETLERİ TİCARET LİMİTED ŞİRKETİRTİ, we ensure the participation of producers and exporters in international fairs and individual fairs abroad. Our company was established in 2019 by gaining experience and experience in the sector since 2013. To date, more than 100 fairs have been carried out smoothly in many countries together with the international fair organization companies that we have previously worked in the sector. Our goal is to maximize their business potential by directing companies that want to export to the right markets.The purpose of the establishment of our company is to contribute to a new perspective on the exhibition sector, new markets, new business potentials and exports.
Texmas, also known as Textile Merchants Group is the apex body of Dubai wholesale textile merchants. Established in year 1990, the formation of Texmas in the middle of the last decade was itself a landmark development for the textile trade in the UAE. ‘Texmas’ offers its members in the UAE a platform to interface with the local government and its relevant bodies to enable bilateral cooperation to enhance and improve the reach of the textile trade industry.
The Trade Reform and Development in Egypt (TRADE) Activity is a five-year project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), as part of the bilateral agreement between the Government of Egypt (GoE) and the United States. USAID TRADE builds on decades of U.S. investments in Egyptian businesses and economic policy with the aim of substantially increasing Egypt’s international trade by increasing exports from Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in six designated goods sectors; Building Materials, Chemicals and Packaging, Engineering, Food Processing, Home Textiles, and Ready Made Garments.
The project works with the GoE to expand exports and reduce barriers to trade. USAID TRADE also partners with business associations and export councils to strengthen the trade services ecosystem for small- and medium-sized exporters, as well as with private companies to help them access new international markets to increase export sales.
USAID TRADE provides technical assistance to and partners with key public and private stakeholders such as the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Customs Authority, Export Councils, Federation of Egyptian Industries, business associations, and private sector firms. USAID TRADE helps SME exporters to:
Wool & Woollens Export Promotion Council (WWEPC) was established in the year 1964 with the initiatives of the then Hon'ble Commerce Minister of India Shr Manubhai Shah and entrusted the responsibilities of promotion export of all type of wool and woollens/acrylic blended products from India. Presently, WWEPC is functioning under the administrative control of Ministry of Textiles, Government of India. WWEPC has its Head Office in New Delhi and two Regional Offices at Ludhiana and Mumbai. The Council has a large number of manufacturers and exporters of wool and woollens/acrylic blended products who are spread all over the country.