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Fabindia

  • Largest platform for handicraft and traditional skills in India
  • More than 50 years of experience in the business
  • Links over 55,000 rural producers to urban markets
  • Exports its products to over 33 countries worldwide

Fabindia is India's largest private platform for products that are made from traditional techniques, skills and hand-based processes. It started as a wholesale export company and has since successfully established itself as a major retail player in the Indian market.

Fabindia's first retail store opened in New Delhi in 1976. Today, Fabindia has 196 retail stores across India, two stores in Singapore and one store each in Bhutan, Dubai, Italy, Nepal and Mauritius. Fabindia links over 55,000 craft-based rural producers to modern urban markets, thereby creating a base for skilled, sustainable rural employment, and preserving India's traditional handicrafts in the process.

The product range consists of garments for men, women, children and infants; garment accessories; home furnishings - bed, bath, table and kitchen linen, upholstery fabric, curtains, floor coverings; and a range of non-textile products like furniture, lights, lamps and stationery. In addition to handcrafted clothing and home furnishings, Fabindia's product line also includes organic foods and personal care products.

Source: http://www.fabindia.com

Fabindia: India's Largest Platform for Handicraft and Traditional Skills

2015

Applies for the ‘Khadi’ mark to sell apparels and fabrics under the Khadi brand

2014

Emerges as India’s most profitable apparel company

2013

Acquires 40 per cent stake in Organic India

2011

Gets rated among India's 'Best Companies to Work For' by Economic Times

2010

Wins TIE Retail Innovation Award for Excellence in Supply Chain Management

2009

Features as example of game-changers by BusinessWeek

2008

Receives recognition as one of India's Top Marketers by Business Today

 

Updated: September, 2014

Retail
By 2018, the Indian retail sector is likely to grow at a CAGR of 13 per cent to reach US$ 950 billion.