Money Control – Gayatri Jolly: The Master ‘G’ behind the first all-women ecosystem in apparel design.

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August 7, 2021

The Master ‘G’ behind the first all-women ecosystem in apparel design is a training programme launched by Gayatri Jolly, is giving women the opportunity to claim their space in the apparel industry. Read on to know more.

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