Pacific Tagore Garden Mall is all set to host the Thailand Week Trade Fair & Festival 2023. The four-day event is being held from 16-19 March 2023, organized by Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce, Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), by the Thai Trade Center, New Delhi. The event is also supported by the Royal Thai Embassy and Tourism Authority in New Delhi.
“We are delighted to host such a beneficiary festival for our visitors. Thailand Week Trade Fair & Festival 2023 will open new aspects of developments for our local vendors. Our team has left no stone unturned to ensure the festival is conducted smoothly with all the facilities in place and on time. We extend our gratitude towards the Royal Thai Embassy and Tourism Authority in New Delhi for allowing us to host such an important fair for our local businessmen and consumers,” said Mr. Abhishek Bansal, Executive Director, of Pacific Group.
The trade fair covers multiple aspects and provides Indian consumers with opportunities to indulge themselves with Thailand’s amazing culture and experience the high quality of Thai products. The trade fair is highly beneficial for the local importers and distributors who can source profitable products for their business. This would help them seek lucrative trade opportunities with Thai exporters, leading to a sustainable partnership and healthy competition.
Ms. Saithong Soiphet, Director of Thai Trade Center New Delhi, said, “The Thailand Week Trade Fair & Festival 2023” aims to boost trade, business, and people-to-people contact between Thailand and India. We have worked closely with Indian distribution networks and retailers to understand the consumer’s needs and trends. As a result, a wide variety of more than 150 Thai products from 31 exhibitors are showcased at the Thailand Week Trade Fair & Festival 2023, ranging from Food & Beverages, Fashion & Lifestyles, Health & Beauty, and household decorations products, baby products, toys for children, pet products, services like restaurants and spas to meet demands of the growing Indian market.”