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Mr. Mullick at 38th All India Public Relation Conference
ClubbCart Managing Director Mr. Tarun Mullick Felicitated at 38th All India Public Relation Conference Organised by Public Relation Society of India, Kolkata Chapter. The event was held at ITC Sonar Kolkata from 16th to 18th December 2016.
Clubb eyes Rs 50,000 cr soft luggage market: Financial Chronical
Kolkata’s homegrown Clubb International, is gearing up to emerge as a leading player in the Rs 50,000 crore-plus soft luggage market in the country.
The MD Unveils: How I Made My First Million: Tarun Mullick
Life for the young Tarun Mullick, now managing director of Clubb International, wasn’t cricket. Fate had dealt him an unfair deal. His father died when he was six and he had to start fending for him-self pretty early. “I turned entrepreneur at 16 when most people don’t think beyond studies,” he says
Clubb International – Redefining the Luggage Industry : The Financial Express
A jute handbag for the wife’s birthday? No, this isn’t a poor joke – its high-quality stuff made by a company that’s already made its mark with nylon and polyester stuff. Plus, its got an unbeatable stamp: the jute handbags have been a success in export markets.
You have to think differently and be ahead of your competitors
EVEN as a child, Tarun Mullick was more into technical games rather than those involving physical labour. Perhaps that’s the reason why the founder and managing director of Clubb International had quit swimming and opted for table tennis.
From A Club(b) That Bagged Success: Corporate Front
There’s nothing soft or smooth about his marketing tactics. In fact, this former table-tennis player–he won the West Bengal junior state championship in 1975–believes in spinning his opponents out of a crowded marketplace. The result: in just seven years, Clubb International has become a major brand
The MSME Sector Needs Helping Hands from the Government
Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are critical to the nation’s economy. They contribute approximately 40% of India’s domestic produce, alsmost 50% of total exports and 45% of industrial employment.