Generally how many new designs are brought in and how

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Generally, how many new designs are brought in and how many gets converted to be carried forward in the next step. Since we are in the exporting business, how long is the conversion cycle i.e. how frequently the trend changes? Are we able to meet the demand of the customer before the trend becomes obsolete? What parameters do they look in market research? Size/Color/Pattern? Fabric Development: Where do you get the raw materials from? How is process 2 and 1 linked? Is it a parallel or sequential process? Fabric sample preparation from mill: Is the vendor for sample same or different than the bulk order? Logistics for the sample process handled separately from the bulk order or is done together? Development phase for sampling done separately or does it impacts/delays the bulk process too? Is the same machine which process bulk is used for producing samples? If yes, do we have to stop the currently existing bulk process to get in the sample developed Design Presentation (3/4 Season ahead): What do you measure in the concept? In which form is the garment given? Where does the printing gets in picture ? Prototype Sample 1:
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Is there a standardized benchmark that you compare against? What are the testing parameters and how is the fine tune done?
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  • Fall '19
  • Ashok Kumar
  • The Order, The Samples, Online research community

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