Upcoming Event

Sourcing and quality control masterclass


If you are a handloom startup or thinking about starting then you must be feeling the challenges on sourcing quality products.

Custom production is a pain and getting correct suppliers for procurement is a big challenge.

In this workshop you will learn to solve your sourcing problems.

As you know this is the only possible program where Handloom startups can get comprehensive guidance so don’t miss the chance to make your business successful.

The workshop will cover following points

  • Basic concepts of quality control.
  • Identifying products and clusters.
  • Product development made easy.
  • Identifying producers and suppliers. 
  • Setting up a production ecosystem. 
  • Supply chain made easy

What extra you will get

  • One (one on one) session with Debal Banerjee after the workshop where you will get advice for your business
  • One udemy course (indian handloom masterclass.
  • Quality control sheet
  • Masterweaver’s Database from 19 different states.

Let’s know the instructor’s profile at a glance

  • 18+ years of domain experience
  • Worked as advisor for 15+ global brand as sustainable textile expert
  • Awarded by ‘World economic forum’ for contribution to Indian Handloom.
  • Mentored 80+ successful handloom start-ups.
  • The only author to write books on technical aspects of Indian Handloom.
  • Catered as product development consultant for many Indian and global companies.
  • As craft revivalist he intervened in handloom craft clusters from 19 different states of India.

Program Detail:

  • Date: Stay Tuned for the next date
  • Time: 06:30pm (IST)
  • Venue: Online (zoom link will be shared 15 mts before workshop)
  • Recording of this event will be available on request.
  • One on one advisory session’s date and time can be fixed mutually after the workshop.
  • Additional perks will be delivered after workshop.

This is a fundraising event organised by Handloom Foundation. The fee you will pay for this workshop will go to our initiative 'Go to School' where we support under privileged girl kids education.