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ASBCI to host 'Fashion's New Frontiers' conference
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The ASBCI (Association of Suppliers to the British Clothing Industry) announces that its major industry conference, ‘Fashion’s New Frontiers – What’s Next?’ will take place on Tuesday 14th October from 10-4pm at the Queens Hotel, Leeds.
 
The one-day conference will look at what is on the horizon for the fashion industry; the pioneering new ideas, revolutionary technologies and system innovations that will, undoubtedly, change the way the industry operates from both a technical and consumer engagement standpoint.
 
An esteemed line-up of industry professionals and specialists has been called upon to share their observations for the future, which will enable retailers, manufacturers and the supply-chain as a whole to become more adept at demonstrating a forward-thinking vision.
 
Focusing on the management of increasingly complex supply-chains, the true effects of counterfeititems in the trade, the adoption of transparent practice methods, cutting-edge production performance,consumer data intelligence and more, the conference will impart progressive realisation for creating,producing and delivering better products to consumers more efficiently.
 
Confirmed speakers include: PricewaterhouseCoopers, Coats, Marks & Spencer, Clear Returns, IntertekTesting Services (ITS), Bear & Wolf, Advanced Supply Chain, just-style.com and ManchesterMetropolitan University. The full speaker line-up, presentation synopses and conference agenda will follow in due course.
 

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