just-style management briefing: Lessons learnt from the past for the future
What should apparel firms have learnt from the upheaval of the past couple of years - and what should they be doing now if they want to remain competitive into the future? Buyers and manufacturers need to build a deeper, long-term relationship our respondents said, as well as focusing on a sourcing portfolio that balances costs and risks.
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An interactive databank with intelligence on the major apparel sourcing countries
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- Nike management changes to drive innovation
- Gap accused of rights violations in supply chain
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- BHS supplier Courtaulds Brands in administration
- Southeast Asia strategic sourcing review – a focus on Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar
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- Apparel Accessories in Hong Kong, China
- Practical Price Negotiation for Apparel Sourcing Professionals