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Fibre2fashion turns 14 today
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Apr '13
Fibre2fashion.com turns 14 today. In a short span of 13 years, fibre2fashion has emerged as the No-1 global B2B portal, serving the worldwide textile, apparel, retail and fashion industry.

From humble beginnings in the year 2000, the website today has risen in popularity by commanding 10 million page views per month from an astonishing 1.5 global million visitors who hail from even more astounding 190 countries, around the world. 
 
Over the last decade  Fibre2fashion.com has emerged as the most significant and interactive platform for various stake holders such as buyers, sellers, small and medium enterprises, large companies, leading global fashion houses, emerging brands, machinery makers, technologists, designers, employees, employers… 
 
What began as a small entity offering a single service to the global textile, apparel and fashion sectors, has now turned in to a behemoth offering a multitude of services like buyer-seller engagement, market intelligence reports, financial reports, recruitment services, branding, online trade fairs and many more. 
 
In these 13 years, fibre2fashion has been recognized as #1 website for textiles and nonwovens globally by Alexa.com (a leading web info provider from USA), #1 solutions provider for the textile industry by Ranking.com and Business Strategies Group Ltd has ranked Fibre2Fashion at #20 of top 30 B2B websites globally.
 
Along this wonderful journey, the portal has also launched a magazine which within a short period of just two years, has been able to generate a loyal readership and create a mark in the world of textile print magazines.
 
The Fibre2fashion client base reads like a who’s who of the worldwide textile, apparel, retail and fashion industry. To name a few – Ralph Lauren, Brandix, H&M, Messe Frankfurt, Reliance Industries, Datacolor, Next Retail, GOTS, Daewoo International, Johnson Diversey, Intertek, Liz Claiborne, Huntsman Textile Effects, Truetzschler, Icebreaker NZ Limited, Buhler Yarns, etc. 
 
Fibre2fashion.com would like to thank all its associates, clients, past and current employees who have contributed to this magnificent journey of 13 glorious years. 
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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