The Bharat Tex 2024 Expo is a special venue that will promote India strengths in fashion, traditional crafts, and environmental initiatives, as well as the country whole textile value chain.
The ministry of textiles is supporting the global textile mega event, which is slated to take place from February 26–29 at Bharat Mandapam at Pragati Maidan and Yashobhoomi at IICC in New Delhi. It is organized by an association of 11 textile export promotion organizations.
Exhibitions, information sessions, thematic talks, business-to-business (B2B) networks, government-to-government (G2G) meetings, product debuts, interactive and themed pavilions, and a number of other events are all planned for the event.
According to the event organizers on their website, it has been planned to draw a wide range of stakeholders, including international exhibitors, global CEOs, top officials, and international purchasers.
Bharat Tex 2024 promises to be a unique experience for knowledge, business, and networking with its pavilions dedicated to sustainability and recycling, thematic discussions on resilient global supply chains and digitisation, interactive fabric testing zones, product demonstrations, and masterclasses by craftspeople with over three generations of tradition and history, and a marquee event involving global brands and international designers.
Bharat Tex 2024 Expo is not just an event but a testament to India commitment to becoming a global textile powerhouse. With innovation, collaboration, and the Make in India spirit at its core, this expo is the embodiment of India 5F vision—Farm to Fibre to Factory to Fashion to Foreign—making products not just for India but for the entire world, textiles minister Piyush Goyal said at the curtain raiser event for the show recently.
The richness of Indian textiles will be emphasized, and Bharat Tex 2024 will enhance India reputation as a steward of innovation, sustainability, and heritage. In addition, it will highlight India dependability as a hub for sustainable, competitive textile production along the whole value chain, from raw materials to finished goods.