Mumbai, (India) December 4, 2018: Vibgyor Exposition, a part of the Aditya Group, has announced their new exhibition – Screen Print Uzbek 2019 and the concurrent event, Garmentech Uzbek 2019. These exhibitions will be held on 28, 29, 30 May 2019 at Kurgazma Savdo Markazi in Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan, an unexplored market strategically located in the West Central Asia.
Commenting on the new exhibition, Devang Sheth, Director of Vibgyor Exposition, said: “It gives us immense pleasure to announce our new overseas venture, a trade exhibition in Uzbekistan. With over 25 years of experience in organising exclusive Screen Print India exhibition in India, we are now exploring potential overseas market for similar exhibitions. In the past we had organised exhibitions in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Vietnam. And, Uzbekistan is the new market that we have identified for organising Screen Print and garment technology exhibition.”
He adds further: “During the interaction with the Uzbek industry experts, we have discovered that the Usbekistan printing market has positive attitude towards adopting newer technologies and techniques in printing – be it screen, digital, textile, sublimation, packaging, etc. The printing industry there keeps on updating technology and knowledge to build capacities and capabilities to undertake any type of printing services. Considering the needs of the Uzbekistan printing industry and garment printing/textile industry, Screen Print Uzbekistan 2019 will be organized by us with the theme “New Business Horizons.”
The new exhibition will focus on Screen Printing, Textile Printing, Digital Printing, Sublimation Printing, Textile and Apparel Machinery. Besides Indian manufacturers and suppliers, we are also approaching many international manufacturers and suppliers to participate in this exhibition.
“Vibgyor Exposition will make all efforts to make this event a grand success. The organizers will undertake massive online/offline promotion/social media campaign in Uzbekistan and neibhouring countries,” says Devang Sheth.
“Print service providers and print buyers in Uzbekistan and neighbouring countries will have a great opportunity to explore products and services in the field of Textile, Digital, Sublimation Printing & graphics/signage printing and also garment and apparel machinery. “And at the same time the exhibitors will have the opportunity to explore potentials in a new emerging market,” he concludes.
Note for Editors:
Uzbekistan is bordered by Kazakhstan to the northwest and north, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to the east and southeast, Afghanistan to the south, and Turkmenistan to the southwest. The population of Uzbekistan is said to be very young. According to The State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on statistics, as October 1, 2018 the population of the republic is 3,30,85,200 people.
The Uzbek economy is in a gradual transition to the market economy. Since 1995, as the cumulative effect of policy reforms began to be felt, its economy has shown robust growth. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Uzbekistan expanded 5.2 percent year-on-year in the first nine months of 2018. GDP Annual Growth Rate in Uzbekistan averaged 7.72 percent from 2006 until 2018. Uzbekistan is predicted to be one of the fastest-growing economies in the world (top 26) in future decades, according to a survey.
Thanks to the comprehensive assistance and support of the private sector, the business climate in the country is constantly improving, and freedom of entrepreneurship is being strengthened. All this was reflected in the increase in the number of new small enterprises and their specialization. It is no secret that in the early years of independence, small business began with trade, and today business people are increasingly showing an interest in creating small manufacturing enterprises that are actively developing innovative technologies, manufacturing export-oriented and import-substituting products. Entrepreneurs of Uzbekistan are increasingly active in foreign markets, supplying high-quality textile, leather and footwear products, furniture and much more.
Four sectors of the country were identified for consideration: employment, enterprises, exports, and energy and resource efficiency. It was noted that diagnostics of the private sector in the country allows identifying opportunities to increase the contribution of the private sector to the country’s sustainable economic growth, as well as highlight some barriers hindering the development of the private sector. Moreover, Uzbekistan supports the development of comprehensive and mutually beneficial relations with the countries of South Asia, in particular, with India, etc, in trade and economy, transport, communication, tourism and other spheres.
About the Organisers:
Vibgyor Exposition belongs to a Group of Companies, engaged in trade fairs and trade publications. The Group has been playing a pivotal role in the development of screen printing industry in India and other countries for the last 25 years. Started in 1993, the Group has been organizing SCREEN PRINT INDIA, India’s one only exhibition and perhaps one of the biggest in Asia, focusing on screen printing, textile, digital and signage. Over years, SCREEN PRINT INDIA exhibition has become synonymous in Indian screen printing industry. The Group has also successfully organised exhibitions in Sri Lanka (two editions), Bangladesh (two editions), and Vietnam, etc.
The Group brings out Screen Print India (monthly) and Sublimating Ideas magazine (quarterly) and Event, Venues and Avenues, a bi-monthly magazine. The Group is also associated with Screen Printing and Graphics Association of India (SGAI), SGIA, USA, CSGIA, China.