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  • “It's the first time for us in any B2B exhibition and we have really liked the experience. We are representing brands like Deborah, Milano, Delsey and L'Occitane. We got a very good response and generated lot of connects and contacts. We look forward to participate next year also.”

    • Mukesh Sharma,
    • GM, Corporate Sales, Beauty Concepts Pvt. Ltd.
  • “We manufacture T-shirts, apparels, bags, caps, etc. for various corporates in India. Basically, we are launching the concept of managed merchandise providing end-to-end solution starting with designing, sourcing, storage and deliveries across the country. We are here for the first time. The experience is very good. Lot of people are coming from across the country. Few companies' purchase heads and marketing teams visited. We did register a few orders here.”

  • We have quite few clients for corporate gifts to whom we keep serving with different gifting solutions. This expo has, of course, added quite a few new categories to my knowledge like LifeStraw (drinking water bottles), power-banks and pen drives that can be considered as corporate gifting solutions. Anil Sharma, Sourcing Manager, Indiabuying.com

    • Anil Sharma
    • Sourcing Manager, Indiabuying.com
  • “We have displayed lot of electronics products including power banks, portable speakers, home theatre, LED TVs, surveillance products, etc. We are getting good response for all our products and look forward to be here next year also.”

    • N Yadav,
    • Zebronics India Pvt. Ltd
  • It was a pleasure to introduce Hugo Boss’s corporate gift line at Gifts World Expo. By bringing a new range to India for the first time, we wanted to showcase it to as many people as possible so that they know that the brand is present in the corporate sector. We found this to be the right platform to do so and are happy with the response.

    • Bharat Narula
    • Partner, Gifts Mart
  • We are truly impressed with Gifts World Expo Delhi. This year we decided to participate only at Delhi with 3 exclusive promotions cum distribution of gift products with larger stall area of 15 square meters. Next year, we are planning to increase the product range and get an even larger stall area.

    • Anil Kumar Gupta
    • Managing Director, Sparket Marketing Private Limited
  • “We are the manufacturers of handicrafts, statute, fountains and other gift items. We are getting good response and we thank the organisers for providing such a nice business platform.”

    • Mahesh Agrawal,
    • Art-N-Hub, Jaishree Advertising
  • “We are participating since last 7-8 years and it always feels better than Mumbai. We have got very good response for our soft PVC manufacturing. The response is tremendous in this year expo. We also got handful of orders.”

    • Mina Hansoti,
    • Director, Moral Fiber Pvt. Ltd
  • “We are in to the manufacturing of T-shirts of corporates. It's a nice experience being here. Good people, good public and all business associates are coming here. Probably, we will come next year also to enhance our business through this platform.”

    • Navneet Jain,
    • N Creations
  • “We are here in this Expo for the first time. We make snack bars for which we have got overwhelming response. Our snack bars are made of dry fruits & nuts. These are very tasty & healthy. We like the response and look forward to convert the registered queries.”

    • Varun Gupta,
    • Marketing Manager, Nut-Nut
  • We are happy with the show as it fulfilled our prime objective of acquiring corporate customers for our gifting business. We generated a lot of sales leads and are looking forward to participating next year as well.

    • Sandeep Kotecha
    • Director, The Kettlery (CPK Food & Beverages Pvt. Ltd.)
  • “We are excited to see quality visitors. We recorded extremely rich footfall as customers kept dropping in at our stall. We hope to generate a lot of businesses from this platform.”

    • Kashish Lalit
    • Business Head, Toreto Retail Pvt. Ltd
  • “We are a Mumbai-based chocolate manufacturing company and participating for the first time in this Expo. This is a very good event and the visitors are from round the corners of India which is an added advantage. We look forward to participate next year also.”

    • Vishnu Bagadia,
    • Co-Owner, Ruchoks
  • “Visitors really like the concepts of customised packaging wherein we have theme hampers such as coffee hamper, salad & sandwich hamper, wine hamper, chocolate hamper, etc. People were actually inquisitive about the unique packaging ideas though we provide complete product.”

    • Ekta Tandon,
    • Dreamz & Dezires.
  • The show is much focused and we always find high profile decision makers from all over India in attendance.  We are looking forward to returning in 2017 with a more diverse range.

    • Anil Jain
    • Managing Director, National Handicraft Enterprises Ecoleatherette
  • “In all it was good exhibition and we got good response. The crowd was more than last year. It can be even better if a certain amount is charged as entry fee to allow only serious buyers and make the best out of this platform.”

    • Luv Malik,
    • Director, Luxury Personified LLP
  • “It’s worth being a part of Gifts World Expo. We have got good response this time. The organisers have done homework as can be clearly noticed after witnessing impressive change. It’s been three years since we participated and this year it’s really splendid and impressive.”

    • R. S. Bedi,
    • CEO, Everwear Industries
  • “It was wonderful being apart of this year's Gifts World Expo. The visitors were what we had expected. We put a gamut of our products including watches, wallets, bags, trophies, and the like. We not only received a lot of appreciations following heavy footfall at our stall, but also registered numerous queries which we expect to convert.”

    • Anuj Sawhney,
    • Managing Director, Swiss Military India Ltd.
  • It was actually a pleasure visiting this place. It's a great hub for sourcing products like this with lots of options on the floor to choose from. Even there are quite a few new products that can be added in the list of corporate gifting. We expect more products and brands in the next edition.

    • Nitin Tyagi
    • Head-Sales & Marketing, giftingpeople.com
  • “It was a good experience out here being a part of the Gifts Expo. The visitors’ footfall especially on first two days was really appreciative. We got lot of potential queries to work on and look forward to participate in the next year Show.”

    • Abhinav Mahajan,
    • Director, Maspar Industries Pvt. Ltd.
  • “It was a good experience out here being a part of the Gifts Expo. The visitors’ footfall especially on first two days was really appreciative. We got lot of potential queries to work on and look forward to participate in the next year Show.”

    • Namit Jain,
    • Baltra Home Products
  • I saw new product categories this time. Many of them are really interesting to opt for like those of multi-media speakers and other electronics stuff. The show looks bigger this year with more products on the anvil and also the number of exhibitors is more as compare to the last year.

    • Maheshwar Kumar
    • Sales Head (North India), Safedecor Pvt. Ltd.
  • We foraged into corporate gifts two years back and we felt Gifts World Expo would be a very good platform to showcase our products. We received a lot of footfall beyond our expectations and overall it was a very good experience.

    • Seema Marya
    • Head-Corporate Sales, Archies Limited 
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