Factors of Garments Costing

Factors of Garments Costing The price of a garments product is depends on the all cost incurred to make it available for selling. Whenever we talk about the garments product costing, we have to consider all cost related with that product acquired or production. As merchandisers are responsible to negotiate with the buyers for selling the product, they need to…
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Number One Environmental Friendly Factory

Number One Environmental Friendly Factory in the World Can you guess which one is the number one environmental friendly factory in the world? I think you would not be able to guess the right one. You will be surprised to know that a factory from the developing country recently attains the achievement of world’s number one environmental friendly factory which…
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Features of Denim Fabric

Features of Denim Fabric Now a day’s Denim is a most popular and demanding fabric around the world because of unique features of denim fabric. Denim came from the French word “Serge de Nimes”. “Jeans” produced by denim is preferable by the teenagers because it can be worn as a fashionable or casual dress in different conditions. The production of…
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Flow Chart of Fabric Preparatory Process in Garments

Flow Chart of Fabric Preparatory Process in Garments Finished dyed fabric is not always available for garments manufacturing process, most of the time we have to prepare the fabrics before manufacturing garment products. To ensure effective preparation we have to go through different processes, after that we get the required form of fabrics for manufacturing. All the processes involved with…
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Flow Chart of Garments Cutting Section

Flow Chart of Garments Cutting Section Before sewing you have to cut fabrics parts by parts according to measurement and sewing allowance. The function of cutting fabrics in accordance with the sewing allowance and required measurements is done by the cutting section of the garments. Cutting is the first step basically we may find in garments making. When cutting started…
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Flow Chart of Garments Finishing Process

Flow Chart of Garments Finishing Process In garments it is required to go through several processes for producing garment products. There are three main processes involve in garments. These are cutting, sewing and finally finishing. But among these three finishing is very important in apparel/garments sector. Although these processes are simple enough to do but careful monitoring and quality control…
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Visual Merchandiser

Visual Merchandiser Visual merchandising is now one of the most demanding jobs for the merchandisers in European countries. With the change in choice of consumers and standard of living, people are now more conscious about fashion and visual appearance of goods and services. Person who is involved with visual merchandising is considered as visual merchandiser. Visual Merchandising Visual merchandising is…
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Qualities of a Good Finance Manager

Qualities of a Good Finance Manager Finance is the life blood of every organization because without financing it is impossible to do any kinds of economic activities for the business organization. For profit making organization or not for profit organization, financing is one of the core task done by the finance manager but whenever we want to evaluate the cost…
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Role of Financial Intermediaries in Financing

Role of financial intermediaries in financing corporate type of business in Bangladesh Bangladesh is a developing country, where both manufacturing and service sector contributing together to our GDP (Gross Domestic Product). With the expansion of our economy individuals, organizations or institutions are engaged with productive sectors, for this purpose they need funds. The question is who will manage and supply…
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Determine Optimal Capital Structure

How to Determine Optimal Capital Structure Many people get confused about the optimal capital structure for a company because they observed that different company holding different capital structure. Capital can be formed by using only equity or combination of debt and equity, but cannot form only using debt capital. For a company debt and equity can be 50/50, for other…
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