Lessons from Indian startups on crisis communication; Story of Surat-based Shahlon Group

Communication plays a very important role in times like the current pandemic. From one small textile unit, Shahlon Group grew to a Rs 382 Cr business.
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The story of textile biz Shahlon Group

Dhirajlal Shah (left), Chairman and Arvind Shah (right), Managing Director, Shahlon

In 1984, three brothers started a small textile manufacturing business named Shahlon in Surat. Today, it is a leading textiles enterprise with Rs 382 crore turnover.


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