How local hijab producers could make an economic impact in Indonesia
Only a quarter of the 1.02 billion hijabs bought annually by Indonesians are produced in the country. But new technology is helping local companies grow.
Evermos is a social commerce with the aspiration to create an inclusive economy and prosperity by providing access, opportunity and training to individuals and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to become more financially independent. For SMEs, this means expanding their business throughout Indonesia by leveraging the Evermos resellers network at no cost. For individuals, this means owning a sharia compliant business by selling Muslim products from hundreds of brands. Evermos also aims to improve global competitiveness and endurance by strengthening the entire halal industry value chain in Indonesia, from upstream to downstream.
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