Exim Bazaar

10.00 AM - 09.00 PM

Ahmedabad Haat
Opposite - Vastrapur Lake Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India 380054

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2021-10-01 10:00:00 2021-10-04 21:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Exim Bazaar

The Exim Bazaar is organized by the India Exim Bank with an objective to boost business prospects for many individual artisans as well as micro & grassroots enterprises.

Exim Bazaar, an exhibition-cum-sale handmade arts and crafts of India curated by India Exim Bank, comes back after a hiatus of almost two years due to the pandemic. Many artisans and rural enterprises suffered a loss in income due to the lockdown and COVID-related restrictions, as the sales from exhibitions and retail channels became limited. India Exim Bank continued its handholding support by way of design, product, and educative workshops for the artisans during this period. As the restrictions are coming down and the Government’s vaccination drive going in full strength, the return of such exhibitions will provide a platform for the artisans to bounce back as well as revival of their arts. It should be noted that all COVID-related protocol will be strictly followed at the Exim Bazaar.

The exhibition provides wider visibility and brand promotion for the artisans to market their products. This gives them access to direct customers and generate future sales leads, as well as understanding consumer preferences, improve industry knowledge and discover latest trends.

India Exim Bank assists artisans, master craftsmen, weavers, clusters, self-help groups, NGOs, grassroots and micro enterprises through capacity building, participation at trade fairs and exhibitions both in India and overseas and sourcing overseas buyers and distributors, under its Grassroots Initiatives and Development (GRID) and Marketing Advisory Services (MAS) programmes.  The assistance under these programmes has enabled financial empowerment, employment generation and promotion of entrepreneurship among individual artisans, and ensuring the survival of century old traditional handicraft and handloom products and sustenance of the traditional heritage of Indian crafts.

 

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Ahmedabad Haat
Opposite - Vastrapur Lake Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India 380054

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The Exim Bazaar is organized by the India Exim Bank with an objective to boost business prospects for many individual artisans as well as micro & grassroots enterprises.

Exim Bazaar, an exhibition-cum-sale handmade arts and crafts of India curated by India Exim Bank, comes back after a hiatus of almost two years due to the pandemic. Many artisans and rural enterprises suffered a loss in income due to the lockdown and COVID-related restrictions, as the sales from exhibitions and retail channels became limited. India Exim Bank continued its handholding support by way of design, product, and educative workshops for the artisans during this period. As the restrictions are coming down and the Government’s vaccination drive going in full strength, the return of such exhibitions will provide a platform for the artisans to bounce back as well as revival of their arts. It should be noted that all COVID-related protocol will be strictly followed at the Exim Bazaar.

The exhibition provides wider visibility and brand promotion for the artisans to market their products. This gives them access to direct customers and generate future sales leads, as well as understanding consumer preferences, improve industry knowledge and discover latest trends.

India Exim Bank assists artisans, master craftsmen, weavers, clusters, self-help groups, NGOs, grassroots and micro enterprises through capacity building, participation at trade fairs and exhibitions both in India and overseas and sourcing overseas buyers and distributors, under its Grassroots Initiatives and Development (GRID) and Marketing Advisory Services (MAS) programmes.  The assistance under these programmes has enabled financial empowerment, employment generation and promotion of entrepreneurship among individual artisans, and ensuring the survival of century old traditional handicraft and handloom products and sustenance of the traditional heritage of Indian crafts.

 

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