Study by Indonesia’s Number 1 Social Commerce Platform, Evermos, Highlighted Big Potential from Local Hijab Producers to Make a National Economic Impact
BANDUNG, Indonesia, Nov. 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — During the past couple of weeks, “Artikel Hijab Evermos” (Evermos’ Hijab Artikel) has become one of the most discussed topics among Twitter users in Indonesia. Research-based articles that were published at the, reveal the huge national economic potential for the hijab industry. World Economic Forum The WEF shows that there were a lot of hijab transactions. Indonesia The annual production of 1.02 billion pieces is equivalent to more that $6.09 Billion. However, only 25% came from local industries. This indicates that there is great economic potential.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has shown that around 86.9% of Indonesians are Moslems. Raymond Chin, CEO & Founder TernakuangHe pointed out, in the YouTube video that highlights the article, that “The Syariah Market is a Sleeping Giant.” Although it has enormous potential, only a few have been able to maximize its potential by the Indonesian MSME player players.
Evermos, the author of the trending article, is a social commerce that focuses on halal products and has the vision to facilitate entrepreneurs while promoting the growth of local brands and MSMEs. Evermos sees the potential for economic development in the MSME industry and is looking forward to more people supporting local products including hijab.
Ghufron Mustaqim, CEO & Co-Founder Evermos, In an interview, he stated that “The contributions made by social commerce to the Indonesian economic are substantial.” $12 billion. Evermos, the #1 social commerce site Indonesia Today, we aim to increase our contribution to the nation’s economy and help local brands market their halal products via our reseller network.
Evermos and Evermos have teamed up to enhance the potential for the local hijab business. Hanung Bramantyo is a well-known film producer A documentary was just released by the organization. This short film tells the stories about the hijab industry. IndonesiaBusiness owners, MSMEs, fashion design, fabric cutters, and tailors all contribute to this. Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga UnoThe film is less than 25 minutes long and features a guest appearance by, who shares his views on the subject. The documentary can be viewed on Evermos YouTube channel or via via https://evermos.info/FilmHijabLokal .
A domestic hijab market can help to create a snowball effect that promotes the national economy
Evermos’ Hijab Art Article not only highlights the potential for local hijab manufacturing, but also gives a more detailed analysis of the micro aspects. While it might seem easy to make a hijab, it is complicated and requires many steps.
ZM Zaskia Mecca, a local brand of hijab and Moslem clothes, has a monthly volume of approximately 70,000 pieces and an average price of $1000. $5.97 per item. They use a combination cloud manufacturing and traditional fabrication to produce their goods in the United States.
Haykal KamilZM Zaskia Mecca’s CEOInterview with… “First we would buy materials from manufacturers. Next, we will print patterns or color the fabrics before distributing them into our production centers.” We have several production centers and partner tailors.
ZM Zaskia Mecca collaborates with one of their production centers, the garment company founded by Yus Ansari Owner of the brand Ansania Yus created a cost-efficient and effective production system with a total output rate of up to 150,000 clothing items per day, with the flexibility to cater to the changes of market demand as well as the ability and commitment to maintaining quality.
Yus divided the work involved in hijab production into two categories: one for easy, high-intensity work and the other for more difficult work. While the factory does the hard work, the simpler tasks are left to the traditional tailor community. Other companies can access the overall system remotely and use it together, just as ZM Zaskia Mecca did from its office located 150km from Yus’ business. This system is also known as cloud manufacturing.
Yus further explained the production process he created by saying that “we set up warehouses to store our products in rural areas, then we will outsource them to thousands of people in the nearby communities.” The semi-finished products from this factory will then be finished and distributed to retailers. Every product is covered by this system. $2.39 Earning one product can have a positive impact on the village.
Leveraging the potential syariah markets to boost the national economy with local products playing a key role
Referring to data in the WEF Article, spending on Mode modest The Islamic fashion, such as the hijab, has increased by 5.7% since 2021 $279 billion To $295 billion. It is expected to rise by 6% this year. $313 billion.
Sandiaga Uno replied to the data saying that the projection “verifies the size world hijab markets.” To create employment and business opportunities, we need to maximize this potential.
The Islamic fashion industry is just one example of the many products that are aimed at the Moslems. There are many other potential products, such as food, cosmetics, health, and worship gear.
Hartati, Evermos Reseller from BandungShe shared her experiences when she began selling. “I learned how to upload products on Evermos the first day that I joined Evermos. I used what I learned the next day to promote a travel prayer mat. Alhamdulillah, Thank God, I was able to sell 5 mats in one day.
Evermos, a social commerce platform that also acts as a reseller platform was founded with the tagline “Another way to make money.”Every Moslem’s daily needs“. Evermos today offers more than 100,000 quality, halal products made by at least 1000 local brands. These products are available through the app and can be purchased by hundreds of thousands resellers who will reach consumers all over the world. Indonesia.
Ghufron stated, “There are 9,000,000 people in Indonesia People who have not yet found a job. There will be more opportunities for business and jobs if we can produce more products domestically.
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