The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted Indonesia’s digitisation efforts within its apparel sector. Only a few large companies have adopted new industrial revolution 4.0 technologies amid a slump in exports, government officials and industry executives have...
UK online fashion retailer Asos is to invest GBP14m (US$19.07m) in a new tech hub in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in a move that will create 184 new jobs over the next three years.
Ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in November, Just Style’s editor Laura Husband hosted a panel with the apparel industry on the challenges and opportunities for tackling climate change right now.
Boohoo Group has published its international factory list detailing 1,100 factories following an extensive period of mapping and auditing which initially began in 2020.
Cloud company filing mentions and jobs in the apparel sector in Q2 2021 and change from Q2 2020
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Ralph Lauren Corporation has become the latest to join Global Fashion Agenda’s Strategic Partner Group, supporting its mission to prioritise sustainability in fashion.
The Cambodian government has increased the minimum wage for its textile, garment and footwear workers to $194 a month - a hike of $2 that is effective from January next year.
A new supply chain programme has launched in the US offering training in a critical, growing area for retailers.
Merchant Bay, a Dhaka-based readymade garment startup, has raised US$260,000 in pre-seed funding to help with a digitisation project for the sector.
After a Covid-disrupted 2020, the textile and manufacturing industry in El Salvador is now recovering...
With consumers’ increasing awareness of sustainability and building a circular economy, fashion companies, whether fast-fashion...
The apparel industry is seeing changes in cloud investment across several key metrics, according to...
The Bangladesh clothing manufacturing sector is continuing to strive to improve its sustainability profile.