Top stories this week on just-style include a look at how Bangladesh has overtaken China and India in ethical compliance in the apparel sector, the six areas retailers should focus on if they want to grow their presence digitally, and whether Myanmar's new minimum wage increase will be absorbed by international buyers.

Bangladesh tops China on ethical performance

Bangladesh has overtaken China and India in ethical compliance in the apparel sector, a new survey suggests, thanks to improved workplace safety following pressure from international inspection and remediation agencies in the years following Rana Plaza.

Six ways retailers can keep up with digital trends

Online fashion sales appear to be on an upward trajectory, generating GBP16.2bn (US$22bn) in 2017 and expected to jump 79% by 2022. Here we set out six areas for retailers to focus on over the next year if they want to grow their presence digitally.

Why digitisation is the smart approach to quality

Digitising the quality process at Helly Hansen and VF Corporation is disrupting the traditional concept of quality control – and paving the way for a move from inspection towards in-process quality management.

Nike, Gap and H&M partner on circular fashion initiative

Burberry, H&M, Nike, Stella McCartney and Gap Inc have been named as the core partners of an initiative driven by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation to develop solutions to some of the biggest issues faced by the fashion industry.

Will buyers absorb new Myanmar wage increase?

An industry body that works to promote 'Made in Myanmar' garments and sustainable practices has questioned how much of the country's minimum wage increase will be absorbed by international buyers as it comes into effect today (14 May).