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Residents at posh areas like Defence colony, Saket, Vasanth Kunj, Gurugram have inclination towards mild, younger yet fancy variants of classic fragrances; on the other hand consumers in areas like Old Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Paharganj have inclination towards strong classic fragrances," said Pankaj Nagdev, Managing Committee Member, AIAMA.
With the changing trends and evolving demand, the incense industry is all geared to witness a significant growth of 20%-25% in next 5 years, reports AIAMA. (NewsVoir)
There could have been no better festivity than Durga Puja to salute womanhood, its avatars and their contribution in creating a balanced ecosystem," said President AIAMA, Sarath Babu.
"To support economic independence and rural employment amongst women, AIAMA aims to train a large women workforce in partnership with the association members in next few months.
Popular fragrances like Rose, Sandalwood, Champa and Jasmine continue to be the demands drivers; however, the preference for exotic and fusion based fragrances like oriental, fruity and floral Agarbathies increases during this season," said President AIAMA, Sarath Babu.
Managing Committee Members of AIAMA from across India, Mr.
Boggaram, Past President AIAMA moderated the sessions.
Sharath Babu, President AIAMA, said, "With increasing competitiveness in agarbathi industry, it is imperative to stay up to date with the latest trends in the market and incorporate the best practices across segments.
44 Lacs to support around 2000 students and this year we hope to assist up to 900 aspiring students," said Sarath Babu, President AIAMA.