Have been visiting Delhi Fair since 10 years to explore new suppliers. Looking for leather goods, bags, shawls and decoration items. India has been developing products very well. The facilities and the services are very good.
We are an all internet based company dealing in medieval collectibles, functional armor, nautical items, lerp weapons, etc. and sell primarily on Amazon and on other sites. I have been visiting India since 20 years now. We import almost 100% products from India. I have a high opinion of Indian products.
We design lot of furniture, lights and interiors with Indian manufacturers, especially in Moradabad, where we design some furniture for buyers in England. The fair is good and impressive. India is very kind. The quality of raw produce that we get in India is great.
We are wholesale manufacturers, specializing in indoor and outdoor living products. I visit many fairs across the world and am here for the first time. I source lighting products in particular and furniture in general. If one is interested in small pieces of home décor and lights, he will definitely be benefitted from this fair.
We are furniture and a home décor company. I visit IHGF for ideas and inspirations too. I am really impressed by the varieties India has to offer. Back in Sweden we see a lot of home decor and furniture from India.
We retail handmade, hand-sculptured and hand-painted lifestyle and home accessories. I have been here many times before, benefitted met my now regular suppliers. Products from India like, textiles and home décor are widely recognised and preferred. Am getting inclined to add lighting products.
Because of my experience at working with India and manufacturers here since 2012, I am here on behalf of two other companies too. There is always a positive intent and effort behind designs in India, along with purity of making things work and space for customisation and amendments and I totally love it.
I have been in trade with India before but this is the first time that I am attending an IHGF fair. I basically take textile products from India. Yes, there is always room for improvisation here because the potential is much more than what appears on the outside. Looking forward to seal some deals in the upcoming days!
The fair is well- organised. There are a lot of manufacturers of wood and textile products that is also my main area of interest. I am pleased with the suppliers here. Normally, I deal with my old suppliers but I am open to new ones too.
The fair has been organised in an interesting way. I like the different types of goods particularly in tableware and brass items from some our suppliers. I do import from India- about 25 containers per year. We are keen to increase production in India. The services provided at the IHGF fair are extremely comfortable.
Products that we are interested in are textiles and handicrafts which are made up of cotton and jute. There are sellers that we premeditated upon before coming to this fair. They are from Chennai and Mumbai. The fair has been great. We take 20% of our imports from India.