Search Result For
Result(s) found: 120
Gujarat marches ahead
Gujarat has performed remarkably well, achieving an 18 per cent growth over the past decade since 2004, through policy support from both the Centre and State government. Unlike several other states, entrepreneurs in Gujarat have the option of availing benefits from both the Centre and the State Government, allowing for additional benefits. The Centre’s Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS), along with the state government’s policy, has helped entrepreneurs reap huge benefits in the sector.
Wills Lifestyle takes to ‘high flying’
Wills Lifestyle, ITC's premium fashion destination continues to be at the forefront of experiential marketing and consumer outreach innovations by introducing ‘Flying Fashion’ to launch the AW’16 collection.
Dhaka office to promote Surat textiles
Surat polyester fabrics, saris and dress materials will be on the shelves of Bangladesh consumers, if the Southern Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (SGCCI) plan to set up an extension office at Dhaka with the assistance of Federation of Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) brings good results.
According to BS Agarwal, President, SGCCI, Bangladesh is the top manufacturer of readymade garments and garment industry uses around 90 per cent cotton.
Gujarat marches ahead in textiles
Gujarat has performed remarkably well, achieving an 18 per cent growth over the past decade since 2004, through policy support from both the Centre and State government.
Kagzi Group enters women garments sector
Jaipur-based entrepreneur Mohammed Arif Kagzi is looking to reverse the trend – from online retailing to brick-and-mortar stores to sell premium women’s garments brand Kashana.
Kashmir wool market hit
India saw a decline in exports of woolen yarn, fabric and made-ups by 48 per cent and woolen garments by nine per cent in the first quarter of the current financial year.
Sri Lanka’s textile exports up 4.5%
Exports of textiles and garments from Sri Lanka increased by 4.5 per cent year-on-year in the first six months of this year.
Prospects of bamboo fibre in textile
Prospects of bamboo application in textiles cover a wide area and it has tremendous scope for the textile and apparel segments, opine P Senthilkumar, AN Sai Krishnan and C Prabakaran.
Application of textiles covers the entire spectrum of day to day clothing to the functional textiles. Application of new fibres in textiles will be prerequisite for the manufactures to diversify the product. Cellulose are produced from a renewable resource that is pulp from the trees which can be cultivated on the land. Cellulose offers wider variety like comfort, water absorbency.
Advertise Here [300 W x 250 H pixels]