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The large picture of the Indian footwear industry is that the industry has to feed the feet of more than a billion people, and the larger is that, with possible exports figure added, the figure will leap. However, what we have witnessed so far is just the fraction of what is large or could be larger; and the very realistic size is the manifestation of how it is still less organized. Despite the displayed prospects and more organized atmosphere in the form of frequent and bigger fares and formation of industry bodies, the industry is not without chaos and great challenges. However, at such a juncture the response of the major industry leaders has been to iron out ideas that could only make the industry more robust. Such initiative has also helped build a smooth coordination between the policy makers and the industry; and the increasing participation has only emboldened the confidence of most stakeholders. In this backdrop, the distinct or the apparent development is the further and visible segmentation of the industry instead of being lumped all into one. Some years back it would have been virtually impossible for someone to look for relevant figures of the various segments; the arrival of global brands has also helped change the culture with the introduction of new retail strategies, designs and technologies. Council for Leather Exports’ Designers Fair is a sign indicating how much the industry has evolved over the years. Underscoring this significance, in this issue we have ensured that the changes are highlighted in the most elaborate fashion.

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