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CEO (Vietnam and Hong Kong)
Vice President - Operations
Vice-Chairman and Managing Director
“Manufacturing apparel for export is like running on a treadmill with its speed continuously increasing. To meet the expectations of our exacting buyers we need continuous improvements in efficiency, innovative and solution-oriented production techniques, and great fashion and design produced with impeccable quality.”
Executive Vice President
Vice President - Merchandising - US
Global Creative Director
Director - Finance (Vietnam)
Annapurna is HerHealth’s Health and Nutrition Champion! For a person who kept away from vegetables and substituted fruits with junk food, the training proved to be a complete ‘U’ turn in her food and nutrition habits.
Prior to the training she regularly missed her breakfast and visited the factory dispensary frequently, seeking quick-fix solutions for fatigue and the inability to concentrate at Work. She would rest for a while; take a tablet and some powder glucose to revive her strength and return to work.
Not only did Annapoorna begin to eat breakfast regularly, but she also influenced her peers to adopt healthy eating habits and take care of their well-being. She used the flipbook that was provided during the training to guide her peers on various aspects related to health. A true champ indeed!
Ms. Parveen Akter joined Norp Knit Industries Ltd. Unit-2 in 2010 as a sewing machine operator under the production department. She proved herself to be a diligent and smart worker over the years. She was promoted from operator to senior operator in 2014.
Seeing her potential and in an attempt to bridge the gap that exists in society, where women do not get as many leadership and supervisory roles, she was promoted by the management in 2017 to Supervisor, Production. The Norp knit management decided to include her in factory mid-level management and was promoted to Supervisor in 2017. She has proven to be a good leader and continues to perform her work to the best of her ability.
Omvati joined Pearl Global Industries in 1998 as a tailor. At the time of joining she had 26 recently lost her husband and was in dire need of a job. She was in deep financial troubles, had a single stove and four utensils in her home and three young children to raise. After working for 2 and half years in the company she was in an accident and had to go on a long leave, but rejoined as soon as she healed.
She has now been with the company for 21 years and has been promoted by her General Manager due to her hard work and diligence. Her manager saw her potential and struggles, and she has now been promoted twice. She became a production supervisor soon after rejoining and currently works as a supervisor in finishing.
She has been single-handedly able to educate all her children who are now independent individuals and well settled. Her daughter is a Yoga teacher in Singapore, her elder son is an electrician and her youngest son is finishing his education. She talks with pride of her achievements and of her children.
Senior Vice President
CEO (Knits Division)