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SVPITM, NCW organise seminar on women upliftment in textile
The National Commission for Women, Government of India and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International School of Textiles and Management (SVPITM) have jointly organised a national level seminar on role of women in upliftment of textile Industry at SVPITM auditorium on March 22, 2019.
HGH unveils Home Fashion and Lifestyle Trends 2018 – 2019
HGH India 2018, India`s largest trade-show for home textiles, home décor, houseware and gifts – designed exclusively for the professional and trade visitors – presented the latest trends forecasted by it in home fashion and lifestyle at a press conference in Mumbai. Conceptualised and implemented by the internationally renowned design office Sahm + Permantier, the trend, under the title ‘Transition’ reflect the influence of social, lifestyle and technological changes in the Indian home products market in 2018-19.
Shrijee Lifestyle makes lasting impression !
Printing is one among the many departments that have helped Shrijee Lifestyle make strides in the textile industry and also print indelible impressions in the minds of the textile buyers
Arrow eyes over 20% sales growth
Formal wear brand Arrow is targeting over 20 per cent year-on-year sales growth in the next 4-5 years, and plans to open 55 exclusive brand outlets this fiscal to expand its footprint in tier II and tier III cities.
Good in part!
The Budget 2018-19 is good in part for the textile industry thanks to corporate tax cut for MSMEs and higher allocation of ATUFS. The ITJ Cover Story takes stock of the Budget implications and the industry’s reactions.
Spykar collaborates with AR Rahman
Spykar Lifestyle, India’s leading casual denimwear brand, has associated with maestro of music AR Rahman for his first-ever India tour “We Are Rahman” celebrating the spirit of magnificent 25.
Purecotz Eco Lifestyle: A success story
After working in industrial sector for a few years, Amit Narke, an electronics engineer, rather decided to associate with an electrifying movement called ‘organic cotton farming’ and 100 per cent organic cotton garment manufacturing.
ORGANIC COTTON: Thorny issues stifle growth
India is still miles away from tapping the full potential of organic cotton despite a major global share of 56 per cent and a promise of 20 per cent higher return for farmers from this white gold. An ITJ Exclusive portrays the problems and prospects.
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