just-style management briefing: Fast fashion shifts supply chain focus
By MJ Deschamps | 2 July 2012
Global manufacturing and supply chains are shifting and changing in response to fast fashion's demand for up-to-the-minute styles and trends at relatively low prices.
Join now for increased access
There are various access options to choose from. All provide instant access to the latest news, insight and expert analysis.
If you're already a member, login here.
More articles related to this one
Top ten interviews on just-style in 2012...
Among the industry executives who spoke with just-style this year were Ranjan Mahtani, CEO of Epic Group; Henry Tan, CEO of Luen Thai Holdings; Andrew Lo, CEO of Crystal Group; and Marks & Spencer's Kate Bostock and Steven Sharp.
Top ten analysis articles on just-style in 2012...
Among the most-read analysis articles on just-style in 2012 were stories relating to the clothing industry in Burma, the importance of speed to market, and the future of the UK apparel manufacturing industry.
Top ten comment articles on just-style in 2012...
Among the most-read comment articles on just-style this year were a look at China's competitiveness and the sourcing potential of Bangladesh and Burma, as well as the challenges facing retailers including Gap, Marks & Spencer, and Wal-Mart.
Market research related to this article
adidas AG in Apparel (World)
adidas, the second largest apparel brand in the world, trails in the wake of it great rival Nike. However, organic growth in developing markets, acquisition and a dynamic marketing and brand strategy have seen it outperform its rival over the review ...