The local Pakistani market is small and does not offer the kind of income potential that is provided by the global garment market. It is a complex market with requirements that are different from a fragmented local market. Smaller cities and people who do not have the know how of the export market suffer because they have no outlet for their skills or products. This hampers the growth of the garment industry potential..
The idea is to create a course that trains in the business aspects of setting up a garments export business in a smaller setting with skilled women forming a cooperative to create an enterprise that benefits form the lower cost of production of distributed manufacturing in homes where women can more freely collaborate and create an additional income for their families. Also brings fashion correspondents from various countries that are big garment importers and use their networking to create a bridge between Pakistan's garment makers and foreign markets. The course will train in the special requirements of the garment export business. the legalities, the supply chain issues, the financing, the income cycle, risks, rewards, its limitations, quotas and opportunities that are not limited by quotas. There will be emphasis on laying down answers to the questions that women have about running an effective export business that does not interfere with their lifestyle. The project is to create this program in a persuasive format..
It can affect 50% of the population by training them in one skill in a short time and empower them to use their time effectively for income augmentation..
Empowering a full section of society will create a huge financial growth in one sector..
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