Sector Pulse Interviews

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The pandemic has suddenly disrupted everybody’s lives and industries are not left behind. Fibre2Fashion spoke to textile industry veterans to find out the impact the pandemic has had on the industry and possible solutions.
The Cabinet has approved the Production Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme for textiles for 42 man-made fibre (MMF) apparel, 14 MMF fabrics and 10 segments/ products of technical textiles with a budgetary outlay of Production Linked Incentive (PLI) to the tune of ₹10,683 crore. Several textile industry...
From established brands to aspiring labels and wannabe entrepreneurs, or even the Work from home (WFH) hobby meisters, the power of Instagram as a marketing platform is on a high, more so in a pandemic-hit world. Fibre2Fashion spoke to some brand owners about their views on the subject.
Like fashion, in social media too, you need to know the trends and capitalise on them. Fibre2Fashion spoke to handful of brand owners about the strategy they are following to grab eyeballs for their brand on Instagram.
COVID-19 notwithstanding, the luxury sector is set to witness a surge this decade with some fundamental shifts. This shift will see brands that are committed to exciting the customers flourish. A global panel of experts talks about the trends around reset of the luxury business, new directions in...
Previously, the cotton yarn and fabrics were eligible only for duty drawback. But now the government has decided to cover them under the Remission of Duties and Taxes on Exported Products (RoDTEP) scheme effective January 1, 2021. Fibre2Fashion checked with few industry stalwarts their reaction to...
The government has decided to remove the anti-dumping duty (ADD) on viscose staple fibre (VSF) originating in or exported from China and Indonesia, to make its prices competitive with the global prices. Fibre2Fashion asked cross-section of the textile industry how the removal of ADD is going to...
A concerted and collective effort from textile businesses and the Indian government is key to address the issue of water stewardship in the textile sector. Fibre2Fashion asks industry experts to share their views on collaborative measures that can boost sustainability in the textile industry.
Amidst the pandemic, the education system had to role up its sleeves in terms of making the faculty and students adjust to the online mode of education. Placement of students was another factor. Fibre2Fashion asked fashion institutes what challenges they faced in placement of their students.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently gave his approval to extend the Rebate of State and Central Taxes and Levies (RoSCTL) on exports of apparel, garments and made-ups till March 31,  2024. The rebate rate will remain the same as notified by the Textiles Ministry of India in March 2019....
Just like everything else, the education system of the country underwent a sea change during the pandemic affecting students and staff alike. Fibre2Fashion spoke to few fashion institutes about the support they provided to their students and faculty during these unforeseen times.
Ever since the pandemic commenced, education systems have come into focus for their quick adaptability to the new normal in terms of training faculties and students alike on the online platform. Fibre2Fashion asked few deans of fashion institutes about what they thought was the biggest takeaway...

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