Supply Chain

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Each morning the keynote speakers will open the programme with exciting statements and lectures. © Irina Sokolovskaya/stock.adobe.com

 
17/03/2021 – 35th International Cotton Conference Bremen

35th International Cotton Conference Bremen

Keynotes: Sustainability, transparency and responsibility

Around 400 participants from over 30 countries have registered for the conference, which takes place on 17 and 18 March. By  Sibylle Michel
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Message by video from Anna Gedda, Head of Sustainability H&M Group: Uniform legislation on corporate due diligence is important. © OECD_screenshot

 
17/02/2021 – Diligence in the garment and footwear sector

Diligence in the garment and footwear sector

The 2021 OECD Garment Forum

Labour, human rights, environmental, integrity. The forum discusses emerging risks and the implementation of due diligence in a global world. By  Iris Schlomski
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Today, the results of OECD evaluations, their rulebooks are absent on hardly any issue of international relevance. © OECD

 
17/02/2021 – Key resources for a responsible supply chain

Key resources for a responsible supply chain

OECD: Sector significant

Yvonne Heinen-Foudeh reports from this year's OECD virtual apparel forum for textile network. By  Editorial staff
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On a side session of the current OECD Forum, ITMF and IAF presented the Standards Convergence Initiative. After the Paris event in 2020, video conferences are currently on the agenda. Unquestionably different - certainly climate-friendly. (from left to right: Christian Schindler, ITMF; Matthijs Crietee, IAF; Yvonne Heinen-Foudeh, M+M; Deniz Thiede, Triple-Tree). © yh-f

 
17/02/2021 – Together against audit fatigue

Together against audit fatigue

OECD’s February Forum: New initiative by ITMF and IAF

An article by Yvonne Heinen-Foudeh. By  Editorial staff
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To successfully enter cross-border e-commerce, know-how is required. © Unsplash/Ken Yam

 
04/05/2020 – Advert

Advert

Cross-Border Commerce

In 2018, e-shoppers generated sales of more than 1.1 trillion euros worldwide – one of the reasons why more and more retailers want to internationalize ... By  Editorial staff