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Stage set for ASW’19: Interactive and enlightening sessions by experts on the block

by Apparel Resources News-Desk

12-March-2019  |  2 mins read

Apparel Sourcing Week

The stage is finally set of the much-awaited Apparel Sourcing Week that is taking place on 15-16th March at ITC Gardenia, Bengaluru. The event is India’s premier sourcing platform that will bring manufacturers and retailers from across South-Asia, under one roof.

Though interactive sessions are an integral part of all the sourcing events, many of them lack in vision, approach and relevance, but Apparel Sourcing Week 2019, being organised by Apparel Resources Pvt Ltd, has curated special sessions that are not only worthwhile but are also panelled by industry experts of repute.

We are proud to announce that our interactive sessions would be an enriching experience that would open new doors of opportunity for you in the exciting Indian fashion retail market.No matter whether you are an exporter, brand, buying entity or a trend forecaster, our power-packed series of Vendor sessions is what you have been waiting for… Rest assured, none of our interactive sessions will fail to live up to your expectations, and that’s our promise!

Day-1 will host a vendor session titled Requirements of Sourcing for Indian Retail by Reliance Trends to be conducted by Rajesh Lalla, VP Sourcing- Reliance Trends, between 15:35 pm – 16:40 pm. Rajesh has over 20 years of experience in sourcing, working with some of the best names in export and retail side of business.

The second day will witness a vendor session titled Requirements of Sourcing for Indian Retail by Myntra – Jabong India. Scheduled to be held between 11:00 am -12:00 am, Neetu Jotwani, Vice President – Sourcing and Product Development, Myntra will conduct the workshop. This workshop is designed to put forth requirements that Myntra is looking for in a vendor and will also exchange ideas on product categories and other parameters that influence decision making when placing orders such as reduced cycle time, continuous quality improvements, etc.