Golam Ahmed Khan is the CEO and founder of the FabriKite Group of Companies which is a conglomerate of music, apparel, tech, defense and health. He is considered a global thought leader in apparel manufacturing and Apparel XR solutions through the work of his apparel manufacturing company 1 World Vogue Apparel Canada (1WVAC). His companies have established a global footprint and helped 1000+ fashion and tech start-ups with tangible solutions.
FabriKite’s network spans USA, Saudi Arabia, France, South Korea, Switzerland, Germany, UK and Canada. The groups combined client portfolio and collaborators include the NBA, Supreme, The Weeknd among other notable mentions.
The groups tech wing AGAMI Dev Labs launched the 1WVAC Apparel XR app on the Android platform this year and in the coming decade the groups primary focus is to innovate and develop enhanced user experiences by bridging physical apparel with digital engagement using AR, VR, gaming, and smart chips. As an early adopter to emerging technologies FabriKite continues to pioneer and set trends as a B2B solutions provider for apparel start-ups well into the future.
FabriKite’s music division FabriKite Creative Group is validated by the Canada Council for the Arts and FabriKite also represents Ventus Respiratory Products in Bangladesh under its Healthcare and Defense Tech portfolio.
Most recently Golam presented at The Idea Centre at Miami Dade College (MDC) to members of the Miami Fashion Institute, and the Miami Animation and Gaming International Complex (MAGIC). He also presented at the Immerse Global Summit on Apparel XR.
1WVAC is harbinger of sustainability and prides itself in pioneering the diversification of leftover fabrics by large corporations in Bangladesh and upcycling them for use by apparel startups. In the past decade his company has helped upcycle thousands of tons of fabric headed for the landfill by utilizing them in its production process and continues to do the same to this day.