Outlook 2013: Lessons that should have been learnt
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? They need to remain nimble enough to respond to changing buying patterns, develop strong partnerships across the supply chain, and focus 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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