Giftex 2016 is here !!

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With close to three decades of experience ‘GIFTEX 2016’ is a one step solution to analyze and research about the various relevant gifting solutions that can be availed. The upcoming festive season provides corporates and solution providers a unique opportunity to exchange and be part of the celebrations of their customer base, however it is imperative to keep in mind the impact it should create in the minds of the recipients. Therefore ‘GIFTEX 2016’ ensures that the degree of specialization and effectiveness are achieved, maintaining the harmony and sanctity of the festival.

This Diwali, be a step ahead and acquire the mind space of your esteemed clients through gifting solutions that are specially molded to fit such occasions. The variety of options ensures that each and every business model with their specific characteristics has a gift which is supplementary in nature. This activity makes the whole experience far more enriching in terms of utility for the receiver and also justifies the sender’s prerogative of sharing the joy of the season, while simultaneously maintaining their brand recall and return on investment parameters. The ‘GIFTEX 2016’ exhibition is scheduled to take place between the 29th of July – 1st of August 2016 at Nehru Center, Worli, Mumbai, India. The exhibition has been curetted keeping in mind Diwali and aims to provide a platform for individuals or corporates to explore the possibilities of sharing the joy of the festival of light with those who matter, be it their employees or clients, after all Gifting is an integral aspect of translating our expression into form.

To get more information about the exhibition please visit: http://www.giftex.in/

 

Corporate giveaways and Giftex

The term ‘Corporate Gifts’ is often used very liberally or loosely to denote voluntary give and take in the business world. Its interpretation is done differently by different people. And it obviously has different connotations to different people and occasions. The fact remains that corporate gifting is an integral element of any marketing and relationship building exercise. (more…)

Buy gold for Diwali, now

If you are planning to give away gift in gold – say a shiny new necklace for someone dear to you or a gold coin as a corporate gift or a gold-plated statue for branding’s sake – do not wait till Diwali. If gold is there on your mind for this festive season gifting and the upcoming wedding season, you may do it now.

If a Hindustan Times news report is to be taken into consideration, you may have to spend something close to Rs. 40,000 per 10 gm. Here are the scenarios and reasons behind it as stated by The HT staffer Manish Pachouly:

If you were taking heart in the minor fall in the price of the yellow metal in the first week of September – Rs. 31,700, experts say this slide is unlikely to last. The fall of the rupee against the dollar has already driven the price of the precious metal up from Rs. 28,270 on August 1 to Rs. 33,265 on August 28, amid a crackdown on imports by the Central government which is desperate to curb the outflow of foreign exchange.

Rising prices have already hit import volumes, with the amount of gold brought into the country dipping from 162 tonnes in May to just 47 tonnes in July. After the curbs, imports dropped to about 5 tonnes in August. Customers, meanwhile, are recycling old jewelry rather than buying fresh gold. “There is currently zero demand for fresh gold,” said Kumar Jain, spokesperson for the Bombay Bullion Association and owner of a Mumbai-based jewelry store.

In November, as demand soars further during Diwali – especially on Dhanteras which is considered the most auspicious day for buying gold — and ahead of the wedding season, experts say the price is expected to breach the psychological barrier of R40,000 per 10 gm. Since the curb on imports will most likely stay in place until February — in other words, all through the wedding season — the short supply could boost prices further.

“During the festive and wedding season, there will be a supply crunch and that could further increase the prices,” according to the All India Gems and Jewellery Trade Federation. With imports curbed, he said one key source of gold is sale by customers and investors.

 

A top name in special and custom paper roll applications

If you are looking for superlative quality Jumbo Thermal Transfer Reels, Thermal Paper, Industrial Charts, Medical Paper, Medical Accessories and Industrial Accessories one name that you can look forward to is Computech India.

Gul Mataney made a decision to make a mark into the paper industry. He launched his endeavor with the very minimum. With dedication and determination he went from making rolls with his hand to owning the top most machinery today spread across 3000 sq.ft, making Computech India a well established brand in the field.

You may try out their pre- printed rolls so as to promote your popular brand with quality custom-printed rolls that carries your logo or you want to prevent any sort of receipt fraud with superlative security rolls, one name

The company has access to the top most arrays of paper grades, high grade machinery and some of the best printing options that make it the best choice for an array of special and custom paper roll applications. It can provide you with custom printed rolls, custom size rolls, various paper grades and loss prevention rolls. Various sizes and patterns are available depending on the clients’ requirement.

Thermal paper is impregnated with a chemical that changes color when exposed to heat. It is used in thermal printers and particularly in cheap, lightweight devices such as adding machines, cash registers, and credit card terminals. They are manufactured at

Computech India’s plant located in Mumbai, equipped with the latest automatic machines for chart printing, punching, rewinding and designing. An advanced technology is used for paper cutting, rolling and wrapping. A wide range of thermal papers are manufactured by experts with care and precision to provide the best quality products to customers.
Every batch of paper is stringently tested for dimensional stability against ambient influence. Even the storage, packing and manufacturing areas are atmospherically controlled to ensure quality.

Any other paper can be developed as per your requirement. You are requested to send us your requirement along with your sample.

Computech India

230, 2nd Floor, Ashirwad Industrial Estate No.5, Near Movie Star Talkies, Ram Mandir Road, Goregaon (West) Mumbai 400 104

Tel. No. :+91 – 22 – 2676 3798 / 22- 2676 3839 / 22 – 2676 4376 / 22 -6697 3951 / 22-6116 7777
Fax No. : +91 22 6697 3950
Email : computechindia@rediffmail.com / getwellgraphics@gmail.com

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Mega Giftex show in Bangalore, the countdown begins

Another keenly awaited and successful edition of the Giftex show will take place in Bangalore in the first week of this month. It will provide exhibitors with an excellent opportunity to reach out to new buyers and also renew old contacts as well as business associations.

With its highly targeted promotional drive and focused marketing initiative, the B2B event provides a valuable exhibition experience. Just take a look at the product profile, and you will realize the vast canvas with endless varieties of gifts and novelties on offer, including:

•    Stationery, Jute Consumer Products, Handmade Paper & Handicrafts, Albums, Artifacts, Bags, Ball Pens, Pens, Briefcases, Calculators

•    Calendars, Diaries, Indexes, Cameras, Caps, Promotional Clothing, Clocks, Watches, Crockery, Cutlery, Crystalware

•    Desk Top Accessories, Dining Tableware, Corporate Embellishments, Photo Frames, Home Appliances, Home Furnishings

•    Idols, Statuettes, Key Chains, Lamps, Luggage, Leather Products, Packaging, Torches, Toys and so on.

The list is literally endless. The event reflects the mission and motto of Giftex, launched more than two decades ago: to create a common platform as well as a meaningful meeting place for sellers and buyers of Gifts and Stationery courtesy Trade & Technology Exposition Co. (India) Pvt. Ltd., an exhibition organizing company.

Now you know why the upcoming Giftex show is sure one not to be missed. Ensuring value for your time and money, it’s definitely the most cost effective avenue to make real headway in the domain of corporate gifting. The best of the gifting industry is going to be there, so wouldn’t you like to be a part of it?

Note down the details and make it a point to be part of it!

Mumbai venue:
Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai
Dates:
21st to 24th March, 2013

Mumbai office:
Trade & Technology Exposition Co. (I) Pvt. Ltd.
FGP Centre, Commercial Union House,
3rd floor, 9 Wallace Street,
Fort, Mumbai – 400 001, India
Contact details:
Tel: +91 22 2207 5256 / 57 / 58
Fax: +91 22 2207 5231

E-mail : admin@giftex.in
Website : www.giftex.in
GIFTEX, STATIONEX & JUTEX 2013
Venue:     Koramangala Indoor Stadium, 80 Feet Road, Bangalore – 560095, India
Date:     Sep 6th – Sep 8th, 2013
Timing: 11.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.

Bangalore Office :

Trade & Technology Exposition Co. (I) Pvt. Ltd.
9,Auto Towers, 1st Floor,
J.C Road,Bangalore – 560 002, India
Tel. : +91-80-22270211
Fax. : +91-80-22257539
Mobile : +91 9900523614 / 7259560900

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Gifting knowledge and inspiration

At a delicate and defining stage of their life and career, teenage students need proper grasping of the events happening around them. They also need resources to properly process the deluge of information that will stand them in good stead as they get ready for the challenges ahead. Books and publications, which help and guide them in this process, will make the most precious gift.

Each edition of Manorama Yearbook, invariably more than a 1000-page volume, is designed and projected as a special general knowledge resource, which offers students, quizzers and scholars a great deal of new and updated information. It can make the perfect gift since it’s a handy learning aid that has also progressively become informative every year. As a record of the year gone by, the yearbooks is an elegant summary and ready reckoner. A yearbook is easier to refer to and more credible as well.

One cannot really deny the fact that digital resources are more widely and easily accessible – on laptops, desktops and even on mobile devices. However, they cannot fully substitute the joy of checking the facts physically by going through a book. And that’s exactly what a yearbook will do for a diehard reader or a knowledge seeker. Apart from being highly, they present information in an easily digestible format.

For example, serving as a rich database of general knowledge, the Competition Success Review (CSR) maintains that it is the only publication, which has promoted and stuck to the concept of positive thinking. It mentions: “The idea of success is so deeply embedded with the ethos of CSR that the reader is motivated to focus on the goal and put in his best. You dream success; you live success and ultimately achieve it.” Staying tuned to the changing times CSR offers an outlet to the changing world and our country. CSR yearbook and other Genera Knowledge (GK) books make a thoughtful gift for the career-minded students who are on the verge of entering a new challenging world.

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A comprehensive elegant yearbook courtesy Scholastic

Sifting through a yearbook not so long ago was an enjoyable ritual keenly awaited. It would tell us about the important events in the year gone by – sporting records, revolutions, natural disasters, political happenings and so on. Though with the advent of Internet, their prominence has diminished a touch, for genuine book lovers who relish general information, something like the Scholastic Yearbook 2013 can be a good gift. Budhaditya Bhattacharya of The Hindu narrates in article what makes it interesting:

  • The year 2012 began with the sinking of the Costa Concordia where 30 people died and more than 60 were injured, a massive power outage in India, the Olympics, new Presidents in India, Egypt and France, Hurricane Sandy and the re-election of Barack Obama. The yearbook tells you all this in more detail with accompanying illustrations by animation filmmaker Priya Kurian.
  • “Visual breaks make information more palatable and the yearbook’s layout is geared towards breaking the tedium of the text with the help of illustrations,” Tina Narang, the managing editor of Scholastic states. “We commission various subject experts and journalists to write for the Yearbook…and Yearbook 2013 has a particularly long line-up. There is a financial journalist with a round-up of the economy, a Supreme Court advocate on the landmark Indian court judgements, a fashion journalist on the latest from the world of fashion.”
  • The tedium of the text is also broken by dividing it into distinct categories such as sports, entertainment, science and environment. Apart from data about the year 2012, the book also provides a timeline of India and the world, an overview of the states and countries respectively, and lists important office bearers. Naturally, such an effort couldn’t have been one person’s handiwork.
  • Some of the contributors are Jaya Bhattacharji Rose, an independent publishing consultant, Brinda Miller, director of Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, Mumbai and Amrita Lahiri, a Mumbai based Kuchipudi dancer, among others.
  • The yearbook ends with a series of ‘top ten’ lists — of famous monuments, population densities, richest countries, and most spoken languages. The book is intended for students and general knowledge aficionados, but can the utility of the yearbook, as an object, withstand the pressures of the internet, which has arguably spawned a new kind of nerd?

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Light-hearted and harmless gifts

Think about it, you are thinking to get a piece of merchandise for someone, which not only has a lasting utility value but will also bring a laugh on their face, won’t that be doubly joyful and meaningful? Will that be something very interesting or innovative on this Christmas and the New Year eve? Continue reading

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