ICC Web Store: Bridging the gap between buyers and sellers in the pandemic situation
Kolkata/IBNS: Indian Chamber of Commerce recently announced the launch of a state-of-the-art Web Store to showcase exquisite collections of Indian textile, handloom, apparel, garments, khadi, jute etc. by the MSMEs.
This is going to be a three day long global online L2G (Local to Global) exhibition for Indian products scheduled during December 14-16, 2020.
The Web Store will hold Virtual Buyer Seller Meets and is being backed by the Indian Missions in Middle East, Europe, America, etc., the apex body said in a meet.
The exhibit will mainly focus on business to business dialogues and enterprises.
Dr. Rajeev Singh, Director General, Indian Chamber of Commerce, said that the ICC has taken the step to help the Indian industries, which have been hit hard by the pandemic, to start afresh.
“The Indian Chamber of Commerce has taken the initiative to provide the platform to the Indian sellers where they can exhibit their products at a very low price and start a fresh dialogue with their international importers to tap into the international market,” he said.
Following the successful staging of “Textile E-Sourcing Fair” in October, 2020, with an overwhelming visitor frequency, ICC has planned to complement the successful event one more time with this upcoming Virtual Web Store in December.
A dedicated website https://www.iccvirtualexpo.com has been launched to facilitate the Web Store.