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While large enterprises are better placed at bridging the gaps to jump levels, it is the MSMEs in the industry who face the threat of being left out of this new growth story that is unfolding. Historically speaking, this gap always existed at any point in time as the evolutionary strains have never been fast enough for MSMEs to draw level with their larger counterparts to take advantage of a ruling market opportunity. .
If MSMEs, being the backbone of an economy that they are, have to become mainstream and be counted upon then this distortion has to be addressed with a new developmental model.
Client: CII Partnership Summit, Andhra Pradesh
AP Government signs MOUs worth Rs.5,337 crores in Textiles Economic Times 26th February 2018.
Client: BIBA set to Add 200 new stores in 3 years
Women’s Ethnic wear brand BIBA Apparel is set to add 200 new stores under its flagship brand name BIBA across the country over the next three years. The company also hopes to increase its turnover from the current Rs.100 crores to Rs.300 crores during this period. Economic times 26th Feb, 2018
Client: Fashion, Strategic Segment
Fashion happens to be one of the two focus segments of Flipkart Economic Times 26th February 2018.
Client: Italian Kidswear Brand Monnalisa to Enter India
Italian luxury kidswear brand Monnalisa is set to enter the Indian market later this year with its first outlet in Delhi Economic times 26th Feb, 2018
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We reimagine a vibrant textile sector with hundreds of smart apparel hubs powered by advanced technologies and cluster science . Using a unique dual strategy Kay Ventures is on a mission to transform traditional clusters into economic powerhouses with capacity to serve national and international brands in volumes and values beyond compare. From a socio-economic standpoint the gains achieved are outstanding as Kay’s Dual Strategy includes empowering and transforming progressive SMEs located within the periphery of a super plant, which plays the role of a anchor system generating the momentum, scale and scope for traditional clusters to transform into highly integrated SMART APPAREL HUBS.
The Indian textile industry riding on a robust
and stable economic growth needs manufacturing systems that are well geared to take advantage of the multi dimensional expansion that is being witnessed in the sector at present. The Indian textile sector being what it is with spatially fragmented and disintegrated capacities coupled with low levels of business technologies is in need of interventions that are aligned to emerging global standards, customer expectations, retail formats and market dynamics.