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Hannah Abdulla

Hannah AbdullaBiography

Hannah-Farah Abdulla has over four years of experience in the publishing industry.

Hannah graduated from Loughborough University with a degree in publishing with English.

She has experience in both print and online journalism. Hannah spent two years as assistant editor for John Lewis' internal publication The Chronicle before travelling to the Middle East where she worked for two years under the ITP Publishing Group umbrella. Hannah spent one year as editor on B2B title Facilities Management Middle East before moving on to F&B title Caterer Middle East which focused on the retail and foodservice aspects of the industry.

Articles by Hannah Abdulla

Bangladesh's government has allegedly failed to put the measures in place to ensure worker safetyEU again urged to probe Bangladesh labour law failings 19 October 2017

Unions are piling pressure on the European Commission to make good on its promise to launch a probe into Bangladesh after the country's government failed to make vital reforms to ensure its garment industry complies with core international labour standards.

The USTR says he is NAFTA negotiations to extend into 2018 amid frustration 19 October 2017

After four rounds and 22 days of talks squeezed into just over two months, negotiators working to remodernise the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) have admitted to new challenges in the discussions, which are now expected to extend into the first quarter of next year.

Target plans to increase its adoption of renewable energy in its operationsTarget unveils new climate policy and goals 19 October 2017

US department store retailer Target Corp has rolled out a new climate policy, committing to a "more sustainable, stronger, cleaner supply chain."

Two of Australia's fashion industry bodies to merge 19 October 2017

Two of Australia's textile and fashion industry organisations are to merge, saying the move will result in a more influential body that is aligned around helping all parts of the industry ecosystem to grow.

BCBG Max Azria ordered to quit Europe by month-end 19 October 2017

The French unit of troubled US-based fashion brand BCBG Max Azria has been ordered to cease all of its European operations by 31 October.

eBay announced a collaboration with high-end fashion retailer Spring last montheBay has "aggressive plans" to grow in fashion 19 October 2017

Online marketplace eBay has confirmed plans to bolster its presence in the apparel industry, following last month's partnership deal with high-end fashion retailer Spring.

Lululemon says Chinese millennial consumers are becoming increasingly health conscious which presents an opportunity for the brand to expand its presence in the countryLululemon targets health conscious Chinese millennials 18 October 2017

Yogawear retailer Lululemon Athletica is attempting to exploit an opportunity to expand its presence across China as the country's younger population begins to show signs it is becoming more health conscious.

The GM cotton seed is expected to contribute significantly to the country's economy and drive down costs for farmersPakistan scientists hail disease-resistant cotton seed 18 October 2017

The University of the Punjab has committed to providing a disease, insect and drought-resistant cotton seed to farmers in Pakistan in order to boost the country's economy and save poor farmers PKR20,000 (US$189) per acre.

IndustriAll and UNI say the decision sends a message brands cannot shirk their responsibility to worker safetyUnions to proceed in Accord case against two brands 17 October 2017

Global unions have been given the green light to proceed to the next stage of arbitration in a case against two "leading fashion brands" for non-compliance with the Bangladesh Accord on Fire and Building Safety.

H&M and Bestseller have come under fire for allegedly incinerating unused clothingH&M, Bestseller hit out at waste clothing incineration claims 17 October 2017

Apparel retailer Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) has hit back at press reports it sends "tonnes" of unused clothing to incinerators rather than recycling it, insisting this is a "rare" practice, only done in the event products do not meet the required safety regulations.

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