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'ET Now' picks Narayan Group as 'Leader of tommorrow'
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Jul '11
Surat-based Narayan Group, a leading name in dyed synthetic women's fabrics has been chosen in the 'Leaders of Tomorrow' program on 'ET Now” business news channel. The company was picked as a part of a special coverage on Surat textile industry.

Narayan is renowned for its premium quality fabrics and for its emphasis on supply chain management. The group has delivered a consistent growth rate and thereby, increased its market share.

With ambitions to step on the global platform, the group is now moving ahead by launching innovating product varieties, while adding value to their fabrics.

“We feel very proud that we have been selected in the 'Leaders of Tommorrow' program on ET Now from amongst the Surat Textile industry cluster. It will be our endeavour to develop and design new fabric products and aim to be the the world's leading suppliers of women's fabrics in India and across the globe”, says the young and dynamic director of Narayan Group” – Mr Akash Khaitan.

The group thrives on the culture of innovation and has continuously delivered superior quality products in the market since its inception. The group specializes in the manufacture of exclusive fabrics for women such a georgette, crepe, brasso, jacquard and viscose.

Looking at the progress made by the group in the over two decades of its existance, with support of their team and developing new creations, Narayan Group definitely seems to be on track, to become the world's leading synthetic textile fabric manufacturer.

Click here to watch video of the program

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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