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Eshopbox to help apparel brand Envoy go online
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Jan '16
Eshopbox, an end to end ecommerce service provider will help United Exim to launch its apparel brand Envoy online and aid Envoy evolve as a brand and strengthen its market capabilities.

Gurveer Singh from United Exim said, “United Exim has experience of the apparel market since more than two decades, and upon this basis, we are taking forward our apparel business into menswear.”

“Envoy will target the North Indian market in the first phase of its launch and later on, we will bring within its fold, the national and international markets,” Singh added.

“Although, Envoy will be sold in the markets of the Middle East, UK and other countries in the near future, the Indian menswear market will always remain top priority for United Exim,” an Eshopbox press release stated.

Co-founder of the Eshopbox, Mayur Karwa said, “Eshopbox is a SaaS based platform that gives a competitive advantage to the brands in garnering the benefits of the apparel market expeditiously.”

“Besides, we take complete care of our clients from their nascent stage to receiving exposure on national and international level, coupled with speedy fulfillment,” Karwa too added.

The Indian menswear market accounts for 42 per cent of the Indian apparel market whose approximate size is $40 billion and India also has the largest segment of a young population.

“Thus, this holds lots of promises for online sellers and in order to tap the full online potential and gain competitive edge, Eshopbox can help these sellers achieve the edge,” the press release added.

Eshopbox drives ecommerce for fashion brands and helps them provide a unique, brand-centric experience to their customers and is led by experts with skills including, technology, order fulfilment and marketing. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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