Dhaka, Tuesday, 15 October 2019

Brands self-disrupt to meet consumer needs

Brands self-disrupt to meet consumer needs

Apparel Desk: In order to stay relevant among young consumers, traditional brands are disrupting their own offerings, and business models. The latest Business of Fashion–McKinsey State of Fashion Survey highlights, self-disruption as one of the top 10 trends for the fashion industry to watch out for in 2019. Two key forces drive this self-disruption: preference of ... More

Bangladesh pays cotton import bill of over $3.0b annually

Bangladesh pays cotton import bill of over $3.0b annually

Staff Correspondent: Bangladesh is the world’s largest raw cotton importer as it uses this cotton ... More

Tech changing the dynamics of cotton production in the US

Tech changing the dynamics of cotton production in the US

Apparel Desk: Like every other industry, textile and specifically cotton producers need to get tech ... More

WTO members support to cotton spread in West Africa

WTO members support to cotton spread in West Africa

Apparel Desk: At a recent discussion on cotton, majority of WTO members affirmed their support ... More

Global demand for cotton may rise

 

Global demand for cotton may rise
 

Apparel Report: Next year, global demand for cotton is expected to inch up three per ... More

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