Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH) Indias premier council working towards pushing the export of Handicrafts from India. It was established under the EXIM Policy of Govt. of India in 1986-87 as a non-profit organization. The body is formed to promote exports of Handicrafts related items from India and project image of India abroad as a reliable supplier of high quality of handicraft goods & services and to ensure measures keeping in view of observance of international standards and ....READ MORE
5 Shiv Kumar Gupta Reviewed HOME EXPO INDIA on 22 Apr 2019 General Manager at Shallyashima & Company
Very professionally organised exculisively focussing marts.The thematic display of products by the artisans of Delhi, North Eastern region was very interesting and praise worthy step for improving the financial status and employment for them.
I have never seen such an awesome display of artifacts and decorative items. Every stall was unique and way ahead of other. Too vast, took my whole day. PS : it was mainly for the export division to deal with international clientele.
Its been a sea change for last two events, earlier the staff was so arrogant as if Indian buyers are thiefs. Thanksnto the new team atleast bulk domestic buyers feel valued else earlier sorry to say it was too rude behaviour.
We came from US for this show. Many vendors didn’t engage w us. Didn’t seem interested in talking to us. Registration process flawed. We registered online from US and here. No confirmation received. Received many requests to register after had done so. Overall impression, not professional. We didn’t buy one thing. Thanks for asking.
Most of the exhibitors are interested in the international market. Many of them are not even interested in talking to Domestic buyers. As we already import we still feel importing is much better from china instead of having to buy from such high egotistic Indian exporters. Ofcourse I found lots of vedors for my self I ll be visit the next season again in 2018