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2020: What's in store for textiles & apparel industry?

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Jan '20
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The year 2019 witnessed significant developments that affected the textiles and apparel industry. These included the US-China trade war, Brexit, WTO hearings, shift in sourcing strategies, global economic slowdown and rising demand for sustainability. These and several other factors are going to influence the global textile and apparel supply chain in 2020.

How these factors are expected to impact the textiles and apparel industry in 2020 would be evaluated in a webinar titled "2020: What’s in store for the Textiles & Apparel industry?".

In the informative webinar, to be held on February 5 at 11:00 AM EST, Fibre2Fashion’s Market Intelligence team will discuss: 2019-the year that went by, US-China trade war's impact on global supply chain, Brexit, WTO and tariff preferences, global economic and business scenario, and expectations in 2020.

Fibre2Fashion is the leading portal offering multi-dimensional services to the global textile, apparel and fashion industry. The Market Intelligence vertical at Fibre2Fashion has 20 years of vast and extensive experience in textile and apparel research. Over the years, the vertical has worked with 500+ clients on over 300 subjects. It acts as the go-to source for authentic textile market information from around the world across the value chain. It is also credited with bringing in the first online market information tool "TexPro" to the market.

Click here to register for the free webinar

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