A sustainable CSR Strategy
Corporate Social Responsibility Begins with True, Multi-Tier Vendor Collaboration
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a prominent concern in the minds of both consumers and fashion businesses. Many consumers, especially Millennials, are actively engaged in social issues and want to feel confident that the products they buy are produced in a socially ethical, safe and environmentally sustainable way. Likewise, apparel brands, manufacturers and retailers recognize the importance of being responsible corporate citizens.
For apparel and fashion retailers, brands and manufacturers searching for a better way to manage CSR and vendor compliance, the answer may reside in a single, dedicated technology platform with universal connectivity.
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