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Duke bags award for contribution to Indian economy
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Jul '15
For its huge and invaluable contribution to the Indian economy, Duke Fashions (India), a premium lifestyle brand has been awarded with ‘ET Business Knights’ award.
 
Delighted on receiving the award, Komal Kumar Jain, chairman Duke Fashions, expressed gratitude to the people who worked for the company and made the award possible.
 
“Business strategy, vision and innovation are the principal pillars on which our forward-thinking corporate policy is founded, said Jain in a statement.
 
Jain received the award from Kaptan Singh Solanki, governor of Punjab, Haryana and administrator of Union Territory of Chandigarh, at an event in Chandigarh last week.
 
Established in 1966, the Duke is now truly a pure Indian fashion brand with pan-India presence.
 
Duke offers full range of clothing for men, women and kids. Its products are available at more than 360 EBOs and over 4,000 MBOs.
 
The brand is evolving, growing and diversifying to attain new heights. It is now also expanding its presence outside India, according to the company. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk - India


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