Growth Strategies Archives | Apparel Resources
Home » Tag » Growth Strategies

# Growth Strategies

Strawberry Clothings exploring opportunities in Canadian market

Noida (India)-based apparel exporter Strawberry Clothings (a unit of Shatabadi Exports) is exploring new markets, improving its work culture and increasing its manufacturing capacity to enter into domestic market… Rohit Bhandari, Director of the company told Apparel Resources that he is exploring Canada and will participate in a Canada-based sourcing fair too as the country has lot of scope for Indian stuff. “Currently we are studying this market and hopefully we’ll get good business in […]

Share: 

Wolverine Worldwide selects Precision Dialogue for consumer engagement solutions

US-based Wolverine Worldwide Inc., a leading apparel retailer, has inked a new multi-year agreement with Precision Dialogue to serve as its consumer engagement strategy firm. Precision Dialogue will unify customer data on an enterprise-level and enable alignment around a strong consumer engagement strategy. Danielle Leveille, Director – Consumer Relationship Management, Wolverine Worldwide informed that the company was searching for a reliable, scalable, and measurable solution – to serve its family of brands. Precision Dialogue will provide […]

Share: 

Mulberry ditches runway; opts for ‘see now, buy now’ model

Amidst year-on-year stumbling financial performances and generally failed efforts of trying to reposition themselves in the market, Mulberry decides to hit refresh on their strategy. The fashion brand has announced their decision to forgo a runway presentation at the upcoming London Fashion Week and instead, go direct-to-consumer and follow the ‘see now, buy now’ model from this season. Also Read – Mulberry notes boom in sales The label will present its Spring 2018 collection through […]

Share: 

Lenzing introduces new eco-friendly fibre

Austria-based Lenzing Group, manufacturer of textile and nonwovens cellulose fibres such as modal and lyocell, has introduced new eco-friendly viscose with the lowest environmental impact in the industry, setting the new benchmark in the sustainability of viscose fibres. Launch of EcoVero fibers is expected to take place in Autumn 2017. EcoVero fibres are made from wood, a natural and renewable raw material. The wood comes from sustainable forestry plantations that are certified by industry-leading associations […]

Share: 

Baraka Power buys Bela Fashions to venture into garmenting business

Bangladesh-based Baraka Power has acquired an export-oriented woven garment factory Bela Fashions to venture into garment business. The deal has been finalized by Baraka Power for BDT 30 crore. This has been disclosed in a statement issued by the company. The production capacity of the said factory is 10-line (woven tops). The project will be financed at 70:30 debt-equity ratio where Baraka Power has taken 51 per cent equity. The estimated average net earnings (based […]

Share: 

Jack targets to capture booming Indian domestic market…

Jack Sewing Machine, a popular brand amongst the Asian apparel manufacturing units, especially the Indian market, has traversed a long journey from being a reliable and efficient sewing machine provider to a high products technology sewing machine provider. The company, deeply rooted in the Indian domestic market, is growing because of its low-cost but good quality and prompt services. Playing on the cost factor, the company is also competing against Japanese technology with its new […]

Share: 

Shoppers Stop strategizing to attract youths

India-based retail chain Shoppers Stop is planning to introduce some measures in order to tap onto more and more millennial consumers. The retailer is mulling to make available brands such as Vero Moda, Jack-n-Jill, popular among young consumers, in the stores across the country. The retailer is also planning to introduce fresh design at its stores for better experience, and a reinvigorating online presence to make it friendlier among youths. “The younger customer between 18-25 […]

Share: 

Azmat Group: A manufacturer’s stride towards excellence despite struggles and challenges

Azmat Group, a leading manufacturer of garments, with an annual turnover of US $ 75 million, today has a production capacity of 1.8 million pieces (per month) across all its 6 units. Specializing in woven garments, their products majorly pertain to kids – from new-born babies to teenagers. In an exclusive interaction with team Apparel Online, Dr. Mohd. Athar Uddin, Chairman of Azmat Group, comprising companies Azmat Fashion Ltd., Azmat Apparel Ltd., Z-3 Dresses Ltd., […]

Share: 

Sutlej Textiles gets approval to raise funds up to Rs. 500 crore

Sutlej Textiles and Industries Ltd. (STIL), an ISO 9001:2008 certified company and  one of the largest integrated textile manufacturing companies in India, has received approval to raise funds up to Rs. 500 crore by way of borrowing for long-term working capital requirements and growth plan. The approval was granted to the company at a board meeting held recently. The board also recommended a dividend of Rs. 13 per share and sub division of shares in […]

Share: 

Wu Luen (Taiwan) expands knitting capacity

Taiwanese knitting and textile dyeing company, Wu Luen, has started its new manufacturing facility to help accommodate more advanced knitting and manufacturing equipment. The expansion move follows a rise in demand for more enhanced production methods in the country. Located at Changhua County, the new facility is approximately 8,000 square metres in size, and will help consolidate the company’s former spandex and rigid knitting mills, as well as help further expansion to accommodate the advanced […]

Share: 

IKEA eyes to reach more Indian cities

Sweden-based global home furnishing giant IKEA is eyeing to set up its stores in Indian capital city New Delhi and Karnataka’s capital city Bangalore. This was disclosed by IKEA India CEO Juvencio Maeztu during an interview to a leading business newspaper. IKEA India, part of the IKEA Group, has been present in India for 28 years, sourcing many different products for its stores worldwide. The retailer is set to open two stores one each in […]

Share: 

India’s Vijay Designs Inspirations to expand market reach

After witnessing surging turnover by 100 per cent in last few years, Greater Noida (India)- based home furnishing manufacturer, Vijay Designs Inspirations, has announced to expand its market reach with its new proposed international brand named ‘Dhaarna’. The company is also planning to diversify its product range as well as aiming to increase its production efficiency. In an exclusive discussion with Apparel Resources, Vivek Vikas, Managing Director, Vijay Designs Inspirations said, “We are planning to […]

Share: 

Indian Textiles Minister takes Twitter route to promote cotton industry

India’s Union Minister of Textiles Smriti Irani has initiated a new Twitter campaign to promote cotton in the country by asking twitteratis join the movement and post pictures with cotton wearables. Celebrating the cotton industry, Irani tweeted a picture of herself in a cotton saree and encouraged others to share their #CottonIsCool looks as well. The Textiles Minister began the campaign by tweeting that India is among the largest cotton producing countries in the world, […]

Share: 

Finding a niche in sourcing, the only way to survive for small buying houses

Out-of-the-box thoughts and the zeal to excel make Araf Tex Mode and Macrostyle the two enterprising companies in the cluster of several buying houses in Bangladesh. Their flexibility in accepting even small orders and also their thrust to explore new markets in future is the reason for their survival. Lutfor Rahman, CEO of Araf Tex Mode and Mohammad Atiqur Rahman, Director of Macrostyle in an exclusive interaction with the team of Apparel Online elucidate about […]

Share: 

IKEA to set up home-services department in India

Sweden-based global home furnishing giant IKEA has decided to set up home-services department in India to cater to customers for delivery and assembly of its products. The furniture retailer is expecting almost 50 per cent of its Indian customers to avail this facility. Most of IKEA customers in other markets prefer to buy ready-to-assemble beds and sofas. “In some of our European markets, around 3-10 per cent of our customers opt for home-delivery or assembly […]

Share: 
1 2 3 17