"With our participation in the F2F Sourcing Show 2020, we are hoping to increase our client base in India and outside. Being in the kidswear business for more than 25 years now, we have manufactured a lot of apparels and understand the pulse of this business," said Kruti Garment managing director Vipul Thakkar.
The Ahmedabad-based company is displaying jeans, jeggings, leggings, shorts, skirts, capri, tops and frocks under girls' wear; jeans, jeggings, leggings, shorts, capri, tops, t-shirt and pyjama under womenswear; t-shirts, track pant, capri and shorts under menswear; and jeans, pant, shorts, capri, t-shirt and track pant under menswear at the digital exhibition beginning August 1.
To attract and engage the audience, "we have tried to make our booth as attractive as possible throught the company brochure, company profile and product showcase. We have a committed team of people who are ready to answer all the queries as soon as possible. We have also set up a small area in our premises for receiving all the video calls wherein we can showcase all our product samples and build a long-lasting relationship with potential buyers," said Thakkar.
Speaking about the focus markets, Thakkar said, "We are hoping to impress retailers in South India and abroad. The reason for capturing the South Indian market is that our products work very well in the southern states and we would like to reach more retailers with our existing product range. Also, in our manufacturing setup, we use the best quality of fabric, thread and equipment. And, we provide all of that at an affordable rate. We can capacitate big orders and that’s why we want to focus on exporting our products as well."
Kruti Garment has a very trendy line of products in their current production cycle and it expects receiving good feedback and orders for those products. The company is also promoting about its participation in the F2F Sourcing Show 2020 through its social media handles. It has also informed all its clients to visit the stall and spread the word about their participation.
"Coping up with the change that this pandemic situation has brought to us, we think that virtual events will be very helpful to businesses. Almost all sectors are having a troublesome time with less sales right now, and we feel that at least for us, the virtual trade will help us recover from this situation," Thakkar concluded.
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