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72 Leading Korean Companies to exhibit

in Mumbai at ‘G-FAIR KOREA 2015’ from 13 – 14 May 2015

·         72 exhibitors from Korea from four main sectors: Consumer & Cosmetics, Interior & Home Appliances, LED & Security Systems and Industrial & Construction Equipment

·         G-FAIR KOREA in Mumbai, a combination of trade show and B2B meets, is set to provide Korean suppliers in a vibrant business environment.

The 7th Edition of ‘G-Fair Korea’ the leading Korean Sourcing Fair, is to be held in Mumbai at The Lalit Hotel, Near Int’l Airport, Mumbai (INDIA) on 13th & 14th May 2015. This 2 day trade event will witness display of innovative products and technologies by 72 leading Korean exhibitors from four main sectors viz Consumer & Cosmetics, Interior & Home Appliances, LED & Security Systems, Industrial & Construction Equipment.

With the vibrant business environment, the expo offers good opportunity for the Indian MSME players to source new & innovative products and take up distribution of Korean products for Indian subcontinent. One–to–One meeting with Korean manufactures is one of the highlights of the show, which can help Indian companies to attain maximum benefit from the expo. The expo is ideal for Indian Distributors, Importers, Manufacturers, Company Representatives, Buyers / suppliers etc to expand network and do business globally. This is probably the only International country sourcing show with maximum focus on the SME sector and the only one dedicated to Korean Products in India.

The show is organized by GyeongGi-Do, GSBC, and GBC Mumbai and is supported by Incheon Business Agency (IBA), Gyeongsangbukdo Economic Promotion Agency, Gwangju Economy & Employment Promotion Agency, Small & Medium Business Development Chamber of India (SME), WTC Mumbai, All India Association of Industries (AIAI), Kotra Trade-Investment Promotion Agency. In 2007 Gyeonggi Province and Maharashtra state have signed a MOU for strengthening trade and business relationships.According to Mr Janesh Nair, Director, GBC Mumbai, “The forthcoming visit to Korea of the Hon’ble Indian Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi is likely to further open up economic and trade environment between the two countries and strengthen economic cooperation for further expansion of trade and investment.”

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