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Organic & sustainable textile seminars for brands, retailers

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MADE-BY and Organic Exchange are jointly offering a series of 2-day intensive seminars in key European cities to assist textile and apparel professionals to come up to speed on changes and opportunities in the supply chain.

This platform brings together experts and industry practitioners along the supply chain of garment, and provides an open and neutral ground to discuss most burning issues, latest innovations, how to address challenges and best practices on developing sustainable fashion production.

26–27 May, 2010
Sweden, Stockholm

21st Century supply chain management calls for innovative mindsets and specialized methodologies. Escalating oil prices, climate change, consumer awareness, water shortages, child labor, biodiversity, landscape management, transparency, and pesticide management – all these elements impact on sourcing decisions, the supply chain and how we deliver product to the consumer.

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