Textile Review has circulation amongst who’s who of textile fraternity consisting of top management executives, decisions makers, textile manufacturing, processing, spinning, winding, yarn manufacturing, weaving, TFO, garment and apparel industry; consultants, machinery manufacturers, accessory manufacturers, suppliers, textiles dyes, chemicals, auxiliaries, technology providers, financial institutions, fashion designers, policy makers, trade and industry associations/councils; textile research, development and training institutions; IITs, IIMs, University Libraries, textile technology/engineering colleges, polytechnics etc.
The Magazine has columns like:
- Special Report
- Cover Story on topic selected
- TR Exclusive
- News & Events
- News Snippets
- Management Story
"To make TEXTILE REVIEW a top slot Asia-centric magazine, reporting and interpreting global trends and developments in the field of Textile and Apparel industry with focus on Asia and zoom on developments in Indian subcontinent."Broad Description of Contents
Policy Pronouncements from Centre and State Governments. Various Schemes of Incentives, Industry News & Events from India as well as Abroad. Special Features and Articles Penned by Experts in their relevant Field of Expertise. Trade Enquiries. News about Academic Research and Development / Technology Transfer. New Projects being set up. Interviews, Statistics, Career Opportunities etc. Advertisement Opportunities
In order to achieve the growth targets, Indian textiles sector will require huge investments in manufacturing, machinery and other infrastructure fronts. To propel the growth, there is vital role of other key infrastructure inputs like, cement, steel, lighting systems, sanitation and plumbing, automation and material handling systems, boilers and steam generation etc. These sectors can also explore opportunities through this media/platform, appropriately.
Hence, TEXTILE REVIEW offers a unique opportunity not only to the textile sector but also to other key sectors!! Let you not miss this media just because it is a textile specific magazine and therefore TR may not feature in your usual Media List. In fact, it is a time you took this segment seriously.
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