Come January 2018 and the Indian optical trade and industry will once again come together at the CIDCO Exhibition Centre, a state-of-the-art exhibition and convention centre located in Navi Mumbai, to witness the unveiling of the Optic India Trade Fair and Exhibition, one of the most eagerly-looked-forward-to events.
The acclaimed exhibition is acknowledged as a centre for interaction between buyers and sellers. The current event will house more than 200 booths over an area of 11000 sq. mtrs signifying an increase of 5% over the last edition. The organizers, RSD Expositions of New Delhi, are expecting at least fifteen thousand industry professionals from the optical, fashion eyewear and allied segments to visit the show to get an update on the current trends in technology, design, and know-how presently available.
The upcoming Optic India edition has a lot in store for prospective visitors. With the spotlight on sunglasses and frames, both in-house brands as well as international ones marketed by leading companies in India, will be showcased to their best advantage. Visitors will be spoilt for choice as passion and creativity are dynamically reflected in the numerous brands on display, each one vying for attention.
In addition, Optic India offers an insight to a vast gamut of high tech products such as computerized frame selection systems, display systems and various other optical accessories, required for an optical outlet. Machineries for lenses and frames, different raw materials, specialized equipment et al are not lagging behind and are part of the product profile at Optic India.
With the country’s eyewear industry growing rapidly both in terms of volume and value, the fair will provide a great opportunity to expand one’s business and also to explore new and exciting business prospects.
Optic India 2018 is expected to attract a large number of industry professionals from the optical, fashion eyewear and allied sectors who will unveil the very latest trends and innovations in technology, design and know-how.
Other highlights will include a professional seminarorganised by the SLK Optometry Foundationdesigned to enhance the knowledge of the visiting professionals while affording them an opportunity to meet and exchange views with policy and decision makers. The education programme enjoys the accreditation of the Optometry Council of India (OCI).
Optic India itself will be an event to celebrate. The Optic India social calendar will include an opportunity to relax after a rigorous day with a gala dinner where visitors may enjoy a fine example of Indian culture and hospitality and mingle with fellow attendees in a friendly and elegant atmosphere.
Finally, a to and fro bus service will run at regular intervals throughout the day for the convenience of the visitors from Mumbai’s optical hub, Kalbadevi road to CIDCO, courtesy Alankar Opticians, Mumbai.