Fast fashion brands around the world produce 52 mini-collections a year, which can be an especially tricky landscape to navigate when trying to solicit interest from potential buyers. How do you ensure that your work is seen as a possible investment over someone else’s?
The impact that the global fashion industry has on the planet is certainly no secret, responsible for ten per cent of the world’s carbon emissions, as well as a huge amount of waste that goes to landfill each year.
How can you go about boosting productivity and supporting your workforce in 2022 and beyond? Here are a few suggestions that could help you do just that.
So what can fashion brands do to go green? The answer is… a lot! Here are just a couple of ways in which you could boost your eco credentials quite significantly.
The case for living more sustainably, across the board, has never been stronger, with the impact of climate change and human activity on the planet now hitting daily headlines.
Having one great idea for a business is fantastic and it’s amazing when it does well but, after a while, you’re sure to want to grow and expand, and your customers are sure to start asking… what’s next?
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is the process of managing the entire lifecycle of a product from inception, through engineering design and manufacture, to service and disposal of manufactured products.
To help you sort the wheat from the chaff, we’ve counted down some of the top technologies that are having a positive impact on the manufacturing industry right now.
Data Management Data management is the usage, storage, curation, and consumption of collected information. In 2007, Cragin, M. H. et al., defined in their poster “An educational program on Data Curation” that data curation was: “the active and on-going management of data through its lifecycle of interest and usefulness to scholarship, science, and educ