An ancillary/sister concern of Evince Group, one of the leading and most diversified independent manufacturing conglomerates in the apparel and textile sector in Bangladesh, Evince Retail Limited is credited with introducing two new brands in the country – Miniso Bangladesh and Noir.

Apparel Resources recently caught up with Shah Rayeed Chowdhury, the young and energetic Director of Evince Retail Limited, to know more about the existing retail scenario in Bangladesh, challenges and prospective growth areas, effect of coronavirus on the country’s retail landscape, Rayeed’s scheme of things going forward, and not to mention, all about Miniso Bangladesh and Noir.

“Bangladesh is known for being one of the top RMG manufacturing countries in the world. This has led its new generation entrepreneurs to aspire to enter the
fashion retail scene, as a lot of them either have a strong support of family-owned apparel manufacturing plants or through external sources related to the industry,” he said.

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