Message From Director General’s Desk
Mr. Rakesh Kumar
IHGF Delhi Fair is the World’s largest business exhibition of Indian handicrafts and gifts held twice a year in New Delhi.Most of you must be aware of this event and a majority of you may have visited the event and sourced productsof your interest
Export Promotion Council of Handicrafts (EPCH), organisers of Delhi Fair on behalf of Government of India are organising an Indian Handicrafts and Gifts Show, from 22-23 November 2018
The entire range of Indian Handicrafts i.e. art metal wares, wood wares, home furnishings and decorations, pottery,jewellery, accessories and bags, hand-printed stoles, scarves, shawls, candles, incense sticks, handcrafted gifts and much more, will be represented and a large contingent of manufacturers, exporters will be available in person to help you source products of your choice.
This is a not to miss opportunity and we expect you to take full advantage of this Handicrafts and Gifts Fair at your door step.
Looking forward to your visit. Send your consent by mail to email@example.com
Looking forward to welcoming you at the show.
BUYER-SELLER MEET IN STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
Sweden’s high-performing economy has built its success on openness to global trade and investment. Reforms over the past two decades reduced the role of government and introduced market mechanisms that set the foundations for today’s competitive economy. Sweden is ranked 12th out of 43 countries in the Europe region, and its overall score is above the world and regional averages.
The export of Indian handicrafts to Sweden stands at US$ 29.03 Million (Rs 187.08 Crores) in 2017-18 which is 0.81% of India’s total handicrafts export. However the exports of handicrafts to Sweden show an increase of USD 1.03 Million from US $ 29.03 to 28.00 Million.
During the period; major items exported to Sweden are Artmetalwares ($ 6.43 Million), Woodwares ($ 2.83 Million), Handprinted Textiles ($ 2.37 Million), Embroidered & Crochetted Goods ($ 7.03 Million), Imitation Jewellery ($ 1.06 Million), Attars and Aggarbatties ($ 0.07 Million) along with Miscellaneous handicrafts items ($ 9.24 Million) which amounts Rs 187.08 Crores as total of handicrafts items exported to Sweden.