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Zilingo-VITAS partnership to bring digitisation to Vietnam

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Nov '19
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Singapore-based global fashion-technology platform Zilingo wrapped up a successful venture at the Vietnam Hanoi Textile & Garment Industry Expo (HanoiTex), where it presented its proprietary production software to help factories to increase efficiency and reduce defects by accessing production real-time data and actionable performance reports.

Attended by 195 companies from the textile and garment industry across 14 countries including China, Korea, Germany, the US and the UK, HanoiTex is regarded as a leading platform for thought leaders to showcase their innovative solutions and products.

Zilingo's participation comes on the back of strong ties with the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS) and was invited by Hoang Ngoc Anh, acting secretary general of the association, to share how the former can harness its own smart technology-led solutions to bring factories in Vietnam forward to join the digital revolution and maintain their position as major players in the fashion industry, according to a press release from Zilingo.

"As we scale our presence in Vietnam, we look forward to leveraging our platform to bring more Vietnamese factories into the digital age while connecting Vietnamese sourcing to global fashion brands in the West. The role of technology should be used to create inclusive growth. With Zilingo's suite of tools and services, fashion businesses will be better equipped to compete in a global marketplace," said Cian O'Dowd, head of expansion, Zilingo.

This is part of Zilingo's plans to launch in Vietnam as a key market to empower fashion businesses with unprecedented access to a transparent supply chain solution with access to software, financial services and marketing services.

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