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A trained newspaper journalist, Richard Woodard spent eight years working for the East Anglian Daily Times, a regional daily newspaper in England.
In September 2000, he joined drinks trade magazine Wine & Spirit International as editor, and was responsible for writing, commissioning and producing a broad range of business-related content relevant to the international drinks industry.
Richard left Wine & Spirit International at the end of 2005 to pursue a freelance career. Since then, he has written news and feature articles regularly for just-style.com, as well as for a variety of drinks magazines and websites, including sister site just-drinks.com.
Articles by Richard Woodard
Gap Inc is "not close" to finding the right formula to turn around its namesake brand’s fortunes in the US market, an analyst believes.
Government support is needed to help retailers address the issue of sustainable clothing consumption, according to new research.
Apparel business Hanesbrands announced record revenue figures for the first quarter, buoyed by the impact of new acquisitions DBApparel, Maidenform and Gear for Sports.
Bayer Materialscience has unveiled Impranil Eco – a new range of waterborne, bio-based polyurethane (PU) dispersions with a renewable content of up to 65%.
Unions in India’s textile and garment sector have agreed to work towards the joint organisation of workers.
Striking garment workers in Myanmar have ended their action after securing a 37% pay rise and other benefits.
The American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA) has written to Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen to urge a “timely resolution” to court cases against union leaders in the country.
The Internet of Things (IoT) could generate some US$8trn in value over the next decade, driving higher efficiency in the global supply chain, says a new report.
Fast-growing footwear business Skechers posted another quarter of record revenues, with net profit nearly doubling on last year’s first-quarter.
A number of organisations have written to US Secretary of State John Kerry to urge continued action against the government of Uzbekistan over its forced labour record.
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