Sharan Hats is a B2B or B2C (wholesale) e-commerce for designing, manufacturing, and supplying garments worldwide. In the dynamic world of fashion, where trends shift like the seasons, businesses need to continually innovate. We need to stay attuned to consumer preferences and adapt swiftly to remain competitive and relevant in the ever-evolving marketplace. Sharan Hats emerges as a notable player in this scenario, serving as a B2B and B2C wholesale clothing in Nepal. We specialize in the design, manufacture, and global supply of garments. As we unravel the fabric of Sharan Hats’ operations, let’s delve into the nuanced business models that define the contemporary fashion industry.
Understanding Business Models
Normally when people think of e-commerce, they imagine going to a website and purchasing products. In reality, e-commerce is so much more. The e-commerce industry has grown to include an immense array of business models and delivery methods. One e-commerce business might look entirely different from another.
Fundamentally, e-commerce means a company selling products online. Just like in the non-digital realm, there are countless ways an item can get sold on the internet:
Business to Consumer (B2C)
The visitors of the online store are individual people and the business sells or curates its own products. Cosmetics can be regarded as a classic example of B2C businesses.
Business to Business (B2B)
In B2B businesses, one business acts as a seller to another business. B2B sites usually provide their shopping experience to much higher order volumes from the customer (think: 1000+ items instead of 1 or 10).
Consumer to Consumer (C2C)
C2C business is an old idea becoming new again. These are online marketplaces that allow consumers to sell their goods directly to other consumers. eBay can be called the most common example of this.
There were many businesses that traditionally only served other businesses, but realized that with e-commerce, they could open up their products to the general consumer. These business sites often have few features of a B2B site (large selection, large volumes, highly customizable orders, detail-focused product pages), but then are open for customers to make smaller-sized orders. This model helps to reach a different potential of the market.
Business to Consumer (B2C) wholesale
In this business model, one business sells its consumer in bulk smaller than the B2B model but bigger than the B2C model. The amount may vary depending on the consumers’ needs and intentions. This model mostly satisfies customers who are small-scale shops or need a large quantity of products for events.
Sharan Hats as Factory Direct Wholesale Clothing in Nepal
Sharan Hats, standing at the forefront of the fashion industry, has successfully carved its niche as a Factory Direct Wholesale Clothing provider in Nepal. The company is committing to excellence. Also, coupled with producing the best quality products according to the needs of consumers, sets it apart in the dynamic landscape of garment manufacturing and distribution. Sharan Hats is a Business-to-business clothing eCommerce company that provides wholesale customized to your needs.
We offer T-shirts, Sweater, Trouser, Pants, Skirts, Cotton Hobo and Normal Bag, Purse, Handbag, Rucksack/Backpack, Cap/Hats, Beanie, Gloves, Scarf, Stonewash clothing, Hair Clip/Band, Necklace, Ear Ring, Finger Ring, etc. You will get all the necessary clothes, equipment, and accessories for both men and women at an affordable cost. With over 100 sewing machines for production, the firm employs 23 full-time employees & 37 daily wage staff to look after the quality control and packaging in the factory. The firm manufactures various kinds of clothes in numerous attractive designs. Feel free to reach out if you have any inquiries. Contact us today to get your custom-tailored wholesale deal.