612 Ivy League, the clothing brand for pre-teen children between 6-12 years has opened an exclusive brand outlet in Manipur's Imphal East region. The new store 612 League- Thanmila Keshing is locate

Witnessing 70 percent growth since its launch in 2009, kids’ brand 612 League, aims to transform into a total wardrobe solution for kids’. It already has a label called Baby League for in

612 Ivy League, promoted by Indian Clothing League, is planning to add more exclusive stores. It plans to push up the number of EBOs from 12 to 20 in the next two months. The brand is targeting more

After getting Rs 50 crores funds, Indian Clothing League that retails two kids’ wear brands: 612 Ivy League and Baby League has put in place stage wise plans for both brands. “There are t

Indian Clothing League has raised Rs 50 crores funding from mid-market private equity fund ASK Pravi PE Opportunities Fund to carry out its manufacturing and retail expansion plans. This is the first

Looking forward to a positive winter season in terms of business, kids’ wear brand 612 Ivy League from Indian Clothing League, plans to expand its retail reach, while focusing on expansion and

With three agendas on the mind, Indian Clothing League, retailers of kids' brands 612 Ivy League and Baby League, is all set to capture a bigger horizon. As Manu Indrayan, Managing Director says, &ld

Aiming to be a Rs 100 crores brand in the next two years, kids’ brand 612 Ivy League is planning to ramp up its pan India presence. Elaborating on their plans, Manu Indrayan, Managing Director,

Kidswear brand 612 Ivy League from Indian Clothing League has won the ‘Best Kidswear’ award at the Shoppers Stop Pinnacle awards for the year 2011-12. The brand launched three years back

612 Ivy League a kids’ wear a brand, launched by Indian Clothing League, a sister concern of Indian Yarn has announced plans to add around 175 retail stores by the end of year 2012-13 including

Eyeing the opportunity in pre-teens segment, Indian Clothing League launched 612 Ivy League in 2008-09. Manu Indrayan, MD, Indian Clothing League explains, “We realized that there were just a h