Monday, November 6, 2017

Indore Based Start-Up Indian Threads Sold their Shirts in Atlanta, USA

Indore based start-up Indian Threads is changing the fashion industry for men.  Starting from a small city in Indore, Indian Threads is presented and sold in USA (Atlanta) as well.

In offline market, they are majorly working in 3 states Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan and in online, they have been selling their shirts nationwide. Few months back they have shifted down to bigger & better office in the heart of the city in Indore.

Abhishek Rawal, founder of Indian Threads said that “Recently we have received a lot of enquires of our brand presence in Pakistan and in UAE. We do plan to start shipping services in UAE and in Pakistan. We have been offered an investment of Rs 10 cr in Sep, 2017 but we are looking for the right investor to join our team and not just the numbers are putting on table”.

“It all started with a simple idea – to design fresh high-quality items at nominal price range we wanted ourselves. What started as an online webstore for our passion and entrepreneurial experiment quickly grew into much more than just selling a few shirts.” said Vishi Porwal.

Founders of Indian Threads, Abhishek Rawal & Vishi Porwal, further said that currently fashion industry has more than a 50 percent share of the B2C e-commerce market, which is likely to come up with online retail gaining prominence. They believe that the online retail sector in India is here to stay. This confidence comes from the much better eco-system that prevails in terms of consumer acceptance and the infrastructure to deliver. And there are successful examples of Myntra, Jabong & Koovs, where online shopping has permeated across socio-economic strata.

Abhishek & Vishi, also point out that with the huge mobile subscriber base and fast increasing base of mobile internet users, the Indian online retail market could potentially take a non-linear growth in the years to come, which will surely help us to push Indian Threads in market.

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