Blog: A new re:source from just-style
Leonie Barrie | 6 December 2016
Some of just-style’s more eagle-eyed readers might have noticed a small change to the menu bar on the homepage: the addition of the word re:source. Yes it might be a small change – but it marks the countdown to the biggest launch in our 16-year history.
So what are we planning? More will be revealed in December, but essentially we’re gearing up for the launch of re:source, a new strategic planning tool to help industry executives navigate some of the biggest challenges facing global apparel sourcing.
While we’re still keeping the detail under wraps, benefits will include saving time, reducing cost and understanding supply chain risk by turning disconnected market data into usable insights
We’re also keen to encourage our readers to help test the product prior to its launch in 2017.
So if you'd like to be the first in line to apply to become a tester, just enter your email address here and we'll tell you as soon as the testing programme opens up.
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