KHITISH PANDYA: FOUNDER, ECO TASAR
Textile Value Chain|February 2021
Khitish Pandya has been involved with tasar silk textiles since 2000. He was brought in by PRADAN- an NGO to help build the business side of the silk yarn making project initiated by PRADAN.

As a social entrepreneur, he strongly believes that providing right economic opportunities to the poor in their own locale and also by helping enhance their capacity to avail such opportunities is a more inclusive and sustainable way of poverty alleviation.

Khitish Pandya, formed a separate company named Eco Tasar Silk Private Limited in 2007 to cater to the fabric market exclusively.

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