ETDA Egyptian Textile Development Association

ETDA is a non-for-profit Business Association, the founding of which was urged from the need of having a 100% dedicated and professional organization to develop the Egyptian textile industry.

The Board of Directors, which includes key players in the Industry, have managed and successfully contributed in developing the textile Industry through their own practical experience in the Egyptian Textile business and academic arena.The Board members experience spans through the entire Supply Chain of the Egyptian Textile Industry from Spinning, Weaving, Dyeing, and Apparel up to Retail, Consultation and Marketing. At the same time they are key members of other Associations representing the Egyptian Textile manufacturers within these organizations.

In a united framework, the ETDA represents a complete eye on the industry concerns and subsequently provide holistic and concrete business solutions. The professionals that represent the various corners of ETDA are accredited in their abilities to develop and move the Industry mechanics on both micro and macro levels, in order to help the Egyptian Textile and Apparel Industry compete successfully in the World Textile arena.

ETDA Services

Marketing and Export Promotion Technical Assistance
Information acquaintance Foreign Direct Investments
Textile Industry Networking and Policy Reform Information Technology
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