Quality assurance, consultancy and training services for leather goods and footwear industry Over 100 years of accumulated expertise Subsidiaries in 13 countries and inspection offices over 4 continents Comprehensive and ever expanding R&D program and competitive intelligence system
Leather industry is concentrated mostly in the cities of New Delhi, Agra and Chennai India - 3% of international share in leather trade China - 17% extra market share. Source: http://blog.mapsofindia.com/category/india-business/
A significant growth trajectory for production of tanned and dressed leather in India Source: Production of Tanned and Dressed Leather, Luggage, Handbags, Saddlery, Harness and Footwear, ISIC Classification 19: Euromonitor International from national statistics/UN/OECD
Footwear sales is also rising to new highs in Indian market Footwear market value grows 11% in 2008 to reach a value of Rs 61.8 billion Womens footwear value grows highest at 15.1% year on year In 2010, the footwear market value is expected to grow at CAGR of 12.2% Source: Euromonitor Report – Footwear - India, Oct 2009
Main Indian players in technological and design development of leather Central Leather Research Institute, Chennai Footwear Design & Development Institute, NOIDA National Institute of Fashion Technology, New Delhi Source: Euromonitor Report – Footwear - India, Oct 2009
Leather production and processing very likely to grow further in India Leading footwear players like Adidas, Puma and Nike are likely to channel a part of their purchase and production from China to India. India has one of the largest raw material for leather – with the largest bovine population (19%) and third largest sheep and lambs population (share of 6%) Source: 1. Euromonitor Report – Footwear - India, Oct 2009 2. Exim Bank : Research Brief No. 22 March 2006
New legislations and regulations are likely to drive R&D efforts for eco-leather European Unions directive on End of Life Vehicles (2000) are getting adopted worldwide as a standard for Chromium free leather Consultancy and audit services would be required even more for norms adherence, growing the market further for CTC Source: www.unctad.org
Make the most of the good time for leather industry in India CTC can fill in the gap for: Lack of consultancy firms/agencies/institutions in India who can provide assistance. Lack of International environmental product standards association in India.
A few words about myself 1979 1998 2004 2010 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION – UNDER GRADUATE & POST GRADUATE PROFESIONAL EXPERIENCE MBA Born and raised in a small town in India Excellent academics Avid debater and theatre artist 1998 – 2001: Bachelor in Computer Applications All rounder in university Professional street theatre artist 2001 – 2004: Master in Computer Applications Top 10 all over India in advanced computer science test organized by Government of India Prestigious Internships
A few words about myself 1979 1998 2004 2010 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION – UNDER GRADUATE & POST GRADUATE PROFESIONAL EXPERIENCE MBA 2+ years of experience in Media Business Development 4+ years of experience in IT Consulting India, Middle East Received Client Satisfaction Awards 2009 – 2010: MBA, HEC Paris Consulting Internship with Thales (HQ, France) Marketing Internship with Marico (Mumbai, India) Student representative Vice-President – Marketing Club
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