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Fibre2Fashion goes for brand makeover; redesigns website
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Feb '16
Keeping with the times, Fibre2Fashion, the world's largest trade portal for the textiles, garment and fashion industry, is all set to launch a redesigned website and a new logo.
 
“The redesigned website and new logo are in keeping with the company's forward march. The new cleaner, user-friendly and content-rich site with improved functionality and easy navigation will allow for enhanced user-experience for our readers,” said Fibre2Fashion executive director Jose Daniel.
 
“The complete brand makeover also entails a new logo which is part of the process to enhance our identity. I hope our users, members and fellow members of the textiles industry will like this change,” he added.
 
In recent years, Fibre2Fashion (formerly Sanblue Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.) has achieved several milestones, including setting up an office in Shanghai, China, and structuring a subsidiary company in Singapore – Fibre2Fashion Pte. Ltd.
 
Since its inception in 2000, Fibre2Fashion.com has emerged as the most significant and interactive platform for buyers, sellers, small, medium and large companies, machinery producers, employees and employers in the entire global textile supply chain. The portal attracts more than 1.9 million worldwide visitors and 10 million page views every month.
 
In addition to B2B services, the portal also offers  niche services like Market Intelligence Report, Recruitment Services and Branding Solutions. Fibre2Fashion is also known for offering tailor-made service packages.
 
Fibre2Fashion has offices in Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Shanghai (China), and has marketing partners in Bangladesh, Vietnam and Turkey.
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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