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CMAI Apparel Index shows positive outlook
A Report on CMAI’s Apparel Index for the First Quarter (April-June FY 2017-18) shows a positive outlook for the next quarter with a growth at 2.77 points.
Big brands maintain lead
CMAI’s Apparel Index for January-March 2016 (Q4) indicates that the industry managed to clock in a moderate growth with an overall Index value of 3.79 points. Giant brands (with a turnover of above Rs 300 crore) and large Brands (with a turnover of above Rs 100 crore to Rs 300 crore) however, maintained their growth trajectory, even though their pace slowed down as compared to previous quarters.
Apparel maintains growth tempo
CMAI’s Apparel Index for the Second Quarter (July-Sept 2015) once again confirms that the industry has maintained its growth tempo with overall index value at 6.68 points. Giant and large brands have continued their growth story much like the previous quarters and stayed ahead of the curve. They have done better with higher sales turnover and lower inventory holding.
Giant brands make big leap
The CMAI’s Apparel Index for the third quarter, FY2014-15 from October to December 2014, with overall Apparel Index value up at 5.01, once again revealed the low sentiment among small brands, those with turnovers of Rs 10 to 25 crore.
Big brands grow by 9.98 points: CMAI Apparel Index
CMAI's Apparel Index this Quarter (July-Sept Q2 FY 2014-15) clearly sets apart the performance of two sets of brands. First, the ´Big Brands´, those with a turnover of Rs 25 crore
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