Fairs & Events

CMAI has been organizing Domestic Garment Fairs (called National Garment Fair) since inception.These fair have been widely acclaimed by participants as means to diversify their distribution base, to absorb new trends in product-mix, style-wise, design-wise etc.and to increase domestic business.
 
CMAI also co-sponsors with AEPC and other Association Export Fairs (called India International Garment Fair) at which participating members get an exposure to overseas buyers which helps them to diversify their export market base. So far, CMAI has organised over 50 such fairs which have proved immensely beneficial in widening the product-mix and diversifying the distribution chain.
 
CMAl also organizes fairs for the accessory suppliers and garment machinery manufacturers called the MACCESSORY FAIR. This helps garment manufacturers to know about the latest technological developments in the machinery used to produce a garment and also about the various embellishments and accessories used in a garment.
 
CMAI provides a stable and trustworthy platform to showcase talent, creativity and spirit of enterprise for the benefit of manufacturers and consumers. Through Fashion Yatra, CMAI will now help manufacturers interact, display and sell their ready to wear garments directly to the consumer.
 

Welcome to CMAI

From the President's Desk

Dear Friends,

At the outset, a Warm Welcome to Smt. Smriti Irani! Great to have her back as the Minister in charge of Textiles, in addition to her Assignment of Women’s Empowerment and Child Development. As I have said earlier, it is rare to have a Minister who takes the pains to understand the issues of the Domestic Sector—most Textiles Ministers are confining themselves to the Export Segment of the Apparel Industry.

CMAI has initiated several Projects for the coming months— and always better to have at the helm a Minister who not only has the background of these initiatives but was involved in its conceptualisation also. Hopefully,     .... Read More