Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Cambodian Start-up Competes With India in Natural Hair Market

 Ron Gluckman writes in the deal book blog of the NEW YORK TIMES  where the e-commerce site that sells hair extension. sells their production at a five story building here lack elevators. the company founded by Janice Wilson has grown from a handful of employee to 80 is now worth more than $ 1 million in Revenue. gained its share from the industry's dominant players in India and China.India has long provided “much of the world’s natural hair, sold to wholesalers mainly in China, which in turn marketed their products to retailers in Europe and the United States.Probably 99 percent of the world’s hair comes from India

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