A journey to the roots
Weaving through moments of fond recollection.
It’s time to rise & bring in perfection
For this journey that’s back to our roots!
Karwaan is on a journey of togetherness, on a mission to create the biggest community of artisans, designer brands and artisanal business in India and in the interim a conducive business environment in the Indian artisanal sector.
Our vision is to encourage the cultural heritage, the individuality of people and place and create life changing income opportunities for the artisans.
We focus on creating value for every member in our community. By businesses leveraging on the craftsmanship of artisans they create employment opportunities for the artisans.
We partner with artisanal businesses and plan an intervention to increase the market readiness of the cluster
The cluster is assessed on the parameters of infrastructure, skills of the artisans and the market readiness of the cluster group. This enables us to plan the intervention in an effective fashion.
Post the infrastructural requirements are met, the artisans are trained to increase their quality of work in accordance with the artisanal business.
Post the cluster is ready to fulfil the orders from the business.An appointed cluster manager will be the point of contact for all the activities thereafter.
Finance is the lifeline of a budding business. Absence of finance leads to a slower growth. Karwaan helps in solving these concerns by offering especially curated schemes for artisanal businesses in India.
We invest in artisanal businesses wherein in exchange for shares in the company the brand receives money it needs.
Our P.O financing is designed to meet the working capital cost of the inventory. This finance option can be availed as advance to cover the raw material costs and salaries of artisans during the time of production.
Karwaan is the journey of Indian artisans, designers & brands who strongly believe in the power of togetherness, of their art, of preserving age-old culture & of staying true to one’s roots. With advancement of technology & Westernisation, the voices and craft of these artists are fading, thus making them scarce and a relic. What if there was a way to nurture this kalaa?