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Fibre2Fashion turns 17 serving the textile value chain
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Apr '17
Fibre2Fashion.com has completed 17 years of excellence serving the global textile industry value chain. Beginning its journey in 2000 as a small entity offering a single service to the global textile, apparel and fashion industry, Fibre2Fashion today offers market intelligence reports, recruitment services, buyer-seller engagement, and much more.

At present, Fibre2Fashion is the most significant and interactive platform for buyers, sellers, small and medium enterprises, large companies, leading global fashion houses, emerging brands, machinery makers, technologists, designers, employees, employers, etc.

“With digital footprint in 190 countries, our site connects with 1.5 million business professionals every month. This makes Fibre2Fashion an indispensable business medium for any textile and apparel organisation,” says Jose Daniel, executive director of Fibre2Fashion Pvt Ltd.

“Our rich experience, commitment, accountability and innovations have helped foster the businesses of small, medium and large companies and enterprises associated with us. While thanking all those who have contributed in our growth story, we are excited at the scope and new opportunities in our journey ahead,” he adds.

Over the years, with global recognition and technical expertise, Fibre2Fashion has been able to render clear visibility to its clients’ products and has helped them to reach the right target customers. Besides providing effective business solutions, the portal offers textile based information through informative articles, news, market analytical reports on fibre and feedstock and also through its print features.

Acting as a connecting link between the employers and the apt talent, Fibre2Fashion's recruitment solution creates the right job match in positive work relationships that mutually benefit both employers and candidates. “We believe in prompt, efficient and quality placements across the textile value chain,” says Daniel.

Ecommerce as a Service (eCaaS), the latest venture of Fibre2Fashion, bridges the gap between small- and mid-sized apparel manufacturers and various e-commerce marketplaces. The service enables garment manufacturers to effectively manage multiple selling channels by building a brand virtually, effortlessly and thereby developing customer pools across the globe. “The fast growing e-commerce industry is the future of consumption. We help small players reap in benefits by aiding them to sell their products online,” says Chahat Shah, chief business officer.

In recent years, the company has carved a niche for itself in offering branding solutions and tailor-made service packages. The monthly magazine ‘Fibre2Fashion’ has also made a mark in the world of textile print publications and commands a loyal readership of decision makers and top management of various companies in the textile value chain.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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