Firstly, by reducing complaints about problems with fit by up to 50% and secondly, with much higher levels of customer satisfaction.
At the event practical examples will illustrate the various modules of the "Made by Hohenstein" fit checking programme as well as showing the potential improvements and savings, clothing manufactures, importers and retailers can make.
Stephanie Müller, an expert on garment fit and processing at the Hohenstein Institute, will be accompanying the 30-minute webinar in live chat, fielding questions from participants.
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