Fashion finance – Freeing up capital in the apparel supply chain
Specialised finance products for the garment industry, solutions for keeping track of inventory, and software systems to guide planning and operations are all covered in our special reports on how to free up capital in the apparel supply chain.
Slow and cumbersome traditional financing does not fit the needs of dynamic, small-and-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in today's fast fashion-driven garment industry.
Clothing brands and manufacturers wanting to maximise their financial performance are being offered an increasingly varied and sophisticated array of software systems to guide their planning and operations.
Keeping track of inventory can make or break a fashion brand, and experts say there are several solutions to achieving this in an effective manner.
Specialised debtor finance products for the garment industry is a niche area that continues to grow – with services increasingly being offered worldwide.
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