Doing small time wholesale of artificial jewellery and after incurring heavy loses 2 years back, came to X5 Retail (now IEC) and did a very modest beginning. With no money to pay advance rent for just a stall in one of the malls in Mumbai, he and his wife started from half stall of artificial traditional jewelry. Today in 2 years time he is present in all the malls where IEC is present, employees about 12-15 people and makes profit of couple of lacs in a month.
INDIAN TRADITIONAL JEWELLERY
Comes from a small village in Haryana. Worked as sales staff for mojari selling stalls in Bangalore. One day the employer told him that he was sorry and he could not afford to pay him salary for last 2-3 months. He told him to assume the existing stocks as his salary and take them. Through somebody’s help Pawan managed to come to Mumbai and put his first setup at Borivali grounds. He was picked up by IEC, brought to one of the malls in Bombay and given a stall position. Scared initially he was given 50% discount at that tie 2 years back for the first month of his business with IEC. He himself is now exhibiting in Govt. Of India exhibitions in Singapore, Dubai, Frankfurt and many other places and making good money.
JUTI / MOJARIS
Coming from a small village in Saharanpur village of U.P, Aslam and his family had a very good collection of wooden handicrafts but no opportunity to sell it. It took time for IEC to convince him to come to Mumbai. 6 months of persuasion and he finally came to Mumbai and started off with one mall. Today Aslam has turned into an entrepreneur at a very young age. Now he is a part and parcel of the team, participating everywhere and employing a decent number of staff and also making good money.
A designer by qualification, used to do just a few random exhibitions in a small halls in Mumbai. But tasted real success when she participated with IEC and started exhibiting at various locations with IEC. Today not just Suvarna herself but her entire family is into this arena of exhibitions managing all her stalls with X5.
Coming from a decent family and an excellent homemaker Mrs. Rajni and her husband shifted from Bangalore to Mumbai a few years back. Once they just happened to visit Infiniti Malad and were quite interested with the setup that X5 had at the mall. She went back did her research and came up with an amazing range of products “Rajasthani Crafts”. Today Mrs. Rajni sources all her products from various parts of Rajasthan and does it all by herself. She has tasted the sweet fruit of success with X5 and has evolved as a true entrepreneur.
Before being associated with IEC Shree used to participate in some odd random exhibitions in Mumbai. Later she participated with X5, and is now present in all the malls where IEC is present, employees few people and makes good profit every month.