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April, 2018

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April 2018| 48 Pages

The April issue of StitchWorld marks the beginning of a new series dedicated to retail technologies. Undergoing a dynamic change, brick and mortar retail landscape has been witnessing onset of new technologies that are enhancing the shopping experience among customers. Another revolutionary step in Indian retail is the development of Indian sizing chart by NIFT.

Women have not been significantly seen or holding strong positions in tech industry, except few. In another interesting read, excerpts of interview with Federica Giachetti, President, Morgan Tecnica, will take our readers through her journey and what helped her grow over these years.

Team StitchWorld, in this issue, explored Ludhiana apparel manufacturing hub which lost its identity in the past and is now on renaissance path. Carrying an exclusive coverage of two manufacturing units namely, Superfine Knitters and Miniking Knitwears, these two are a perfect example of technology, leading to huge profits.

With an aim to enlighten our readers about automation in garment industry, Dr. Prabir Jana, NIFT, Delhi explores the possibilities of automation in various departments.

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Article From This Issue

NIFT INDIAsize to take on Indian retail with 3D body scanning

The sizing survey to be conducted by NIFT will use three 3D body scanners. The anthropometric data collected is expected to bring down reliance on US/ UK size charts by domestic retailers and manufacturers.

Apr 18, 2018  |  Information Technology

Women matter in tech industry

Although less in number, the passion and knowledge women in tech industry have is no less than men. Federica Giachetti, President, Morgan Tecnica shares her journey and dreams of a business world where women in leading position is not a surprise.

Apr 19, 2018  |  Production Technology

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