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Maiden edition of Brands of India trade show underway

Dubai, UAE: In a momentous celebration of trade, international collaboration and cultural exchange, the maiden edition of Brands of India trade show organised by The Clothing Manufacturers Association of India (CMAI), received a grand inauguration by H.E. Butti Saeed Al Ghandi, Vice-Chairman of the Dubai World Trade Centre. The event, is set to captivate the MENA Apparel industry at the Dubai World Trade Centre in Halls 6 & 7 from November 27th to 29th, 2023.Supported by the Embassy of India-UAE, The Dubai Textile Merchants Association (TEXMAS), Dubai International Chamber and the Readymade Garments Merchants Group Dubai, the trade show demonstrates the rapid pace at which Indian businesses are entering the UAE market indicating a strong and positive momentum post the signing of the India-UAE Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) in 2022.Complimenting CMAI for Brands of India, Mr. Piyush Goyal, Minister of Commerce & Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution and Textiles, Government of India, expressed, “This is an excellent platform to position our brands in overseas market. Under the dynamic leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, the Government of India is dedicated to creating and supporting a modern, dynamic, integrated and world class textile sector. CMAI has been consistently promoting Indian brands, encouraging them to develop international linkages and expand their horizon in international markets, particularly in regions with substantial Indian Diaspora.”Mr. Rajesh Masand, President, Clothing Manufacturers Association of India (CMAI) said “Even before CEPA, there has been a long history of India-UAE fostering economic, cultural and friendly ties. Dubai has been strongly positioning itself as the gateway to Africa for Indian businesses and Brands of India will further cement ties and empower Indian Apparel brands to accelerate their presence in the MENA region. The co-operation in digital currencies of both countries, Dirham and Rupee along with the interconnection of payment systems is another recent development in trade settlement capabilities which will further boost business.”Gracing the occasion as Chief Guest, H.E. Butti Saeed Al Ghandi, Vice-Chairman of the Dubai World Trade Centre, emphasised the significance of Brands of India in boosting bi-lateral ties and drawing both countries even closer and expressed "Fashion has the power to transcend borders and create lasting connections. We are delighted to witness this noteworthy event that promotes diversity and showcases the vibrant tapestry of Indian Brands.""Brands of India is poised to serve as a key milestone in the journey of Indian Apparel brands towards international recognition. About 1500 buyers from more than 30 countries have pre-registered to source from the show which makes us ecstatic that the platform has created exciting business prospects for Indian brands in the region" said Mr. Jayesh Shah, Chairman, Brands of India and Vice President, CMAI.H.E. Mr. Sunjay Sudhir, Ambassador of India to UAE stated “Today, Indian brands have a global appeal and are preferred by people from across the world. I am glad the event is hosted in the UAE which is home to citizens of around 190 nationalities. Under CEPA, there is immense scope for expanding the presence of Indian Apparels in the Gulf, Middle East, Africa and Europe.”Renowned brands such as Oxemberg, J. Hamstead, Dollar, Grammer, Louis Philippe, Van Heusen, Allen Solly, Otto, Peter England, Texas Jeans, Mexico Jeans, Klix, Double Bull, Bonheur, 109 F, Cover Story, Biba, Dressline, Indifusion, Soch, Satya Fusion, Vastrado, Zola, Gini & Jony, Little Kangaroos, Blazo, Tiny Girl, Vitamins, Mustang and many others are participating at the show.Brands of India was initially envisioned with 150 top Apparel brands but exceeded expectations with the overwhelming participation of more than 350 brands showcasing collection that spans Western wear, Indian Ethnic wear, and Fusion wear across 145 Men’s wear brands, 80 Women’s wear brands, 90 Kidswear brands and 35 brands as Fusion of these categories.
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Schneider Electric drives regional efforts toward data center sustainability

Dubai: Schneider Electric, a leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, is unveiling energy-efficient solutions to tackle data center challenges for artificial intelligence workloads in addition to a host of energy-efficient technologies at GITEX Global to be held from October 16 to 20 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The company will showcase solutions aligned with its three-step approach: 'Strategize, Digitize, and Decarbonize,' emphasizing a comprehensive path to decarbonization."Combining digital transformation, energy efficiency, and AI integration is our strategy for a sustainable future in the region. GITEX Global serves as an enabler to demonstrate these solutions to industry leaders and customers. This year, we are excited to shine a spotlight on Schneider Electric’s continuous efforts and initiatives in the region to advance innovation, digitalization, operational efficiency, and harness the potential of AI like never before,” said Mouna Essa-Egh, MEA Vice President for Secure Power, Schneider Electric.Over the five-day tech conference, a host of Schneider Electric industry and tech experts will be available to guide customers and visitors on tailored-made and sustainable solutions to create a solid foundation for Datacenters, Buildings and Industries of the Future.GITEX Global visitors can also stop by the dedicated ‘Partner Experience Zone’ at Schneider Electric’s stand in Hall 5, booth 40, where AVEVA, Stratus, SEMEA, Cisco and Dell will be featured along with their integrated solutions. At GITEX Global, Schneider Electric’s global and regional leadership will convene for an exclusive media roundtable discussion on October 18 to highlight the impact of digital transformation on data centers in the Middle East and Africa; the role of Electricity 4.0 and how it is forging a path for sustainable data centers.According to the International Energy Agency, data centers and data transmission networks account for nearly 1% of energy-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, which contribute to rising global temperatures and climate change. To reach net zero by 2050, emissions must be cut in half by 2030.The roundtable will also host the official Middle East launch of Schneider Electric’s latest SmartUPS Ultra, designed to drive more power, more space and more equipment at the edge. Schneider Electric’s regional leadership will also participate in panel discussions to zoom in on the evolution of AI in the region and its impact on data centers in the telecom sector.