Sewing children’s clothes is a current type of business, because the demand for products for children is always high and does not depend on the time of year. This business has a fairly quick payback, and its profitability can reach 30%.
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Online store bedding fabrics “Rullonchik” – wholesale supplier of fabrics for bed linen. The company has existed since 2008. Skillful leadership along with competent policy became the basis of strong partnerships with factories in Pakistan, Turkey, China, Belarus. Large manufacturers helped to form a large range of products, stand out among competitors and offer the buyer prices, one of the lowest in Ukraine. Continue reading
Heimtextil is held annually since 1971 and is the leading European exhibition of home textiles and fabrics for interior decoration. On Heimtextil you can see fabrics and upholstery, draperies, curtains, wallpaper, home textiles, mattresses, pillows, blankets, bed and table linen, yarn, carpets and other products of the weaving industry, used in everyday life and for commercial purposes.
NEW CONCEPT of the exhibition provides more opportunities.
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Office sofas and poufs. Furniture for public spaces
The Smart Balls project was born in 2007, when we built the interior of a rest room and informal negotiations in the office of one company. And we, of course, wanted to put frameless chairs there. But all that we found was simply terrifying quality (even including the famous and very expensive Sacco from Zanotta). We simply could not put our workers on “this.” We realized that the space was free, we came to our friends in the design bureau Ostengruppe, began to discuss what can be thought out and how to develop – and everything started to turn around … Continue reading
If you think that somewhere in the world there is a place where there are workshops under the sign KENZO or KVADRAT with large weaving machines and pretty weavers – then you are mistaken.
Textile business is cleverly arranged, especially in the high segment. There are factories, and there are so-called publishers. They differ from each other in much the same way as the usual “Russian” publishing houses for Russian ears differ from printing houses. That is, the publishers develop the design of the fabric (in a broad sense, from the color palette, drawings, to the way of interlacing and composition), and then place an order at the factory. Continue reading