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At WFSGI we are committed to providing our members with a regular source of information on COVID-19 researching and providing information on the impact of COVID-19 on our global industry and keeping you up to date on its impact on the sporting environment This HUB serves as a support and resource centre for our members

Exploring the Impacts of COVID

The COVID-19 pandemic and government efforts to contain the spread of the virus through travel restrictions social distancing and shelter-in-place orders have widespread influence on business operations and personal activities During this time of crisis supply chains are at the forefront not only in business and government planning but also in the minds of consumers

Coronavirus' business impact: Evolving perspective

COVID-19: Implications for business Open interactive popup Article (PDF -549KB) Full Report (PDF -7MB) Our latest perspectives on the coronavirus outbreak the twin threats to lives and livelihoods and how organizations can prepare for the next normal COVID-19: Briefing note: June 18 2020 Our latest research focuses on recovery in Europe Downloadable Resources Open interactive popup

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COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry aims to catalyse action from across the global garment industry to support manufacturers to survive the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect garment workers' income health and employment This global action also calls for work on sustainable systems of social protection for a more just and resilient garment industry

Bangladesh's RMG to collapse if fashion brands do not

Bangladesh's RMG to collapse if fashion brands do not support during COVID-19 pandemic Abir Basak April 4 2020 Share Deadly COVID-19 has spread around the globe affected 180 countries sending billions of people into lockdown as health services struggle to cope Bangladesh also did not escape from its outbreak Due to its massive expansion the country's garment sector known as the

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Centexbel the scientific and technical research centre of the Belgian textile industry is an institution recognised by the application of the Royal Decree of January 30th 1947 (a k a Law De Groote) Its mission - in close co-operation with Fedustria - is to promote research and technological development with the intention of enhancing the cost-effectiveness quality and production

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key organisations Below are just some of the organisations that are working to improve the conditions for those who make the clothes we wear Contact your local Fashion Revolution Co-ordinator to find out more about what is going on where you area and what you can do

Q As for Retailers on COVID

For example even if an anchor tenant in your shopping centre has closed due to COVID-19 and it affects you apply Recent case law is evolving on insurance coverage in this area It is wise to give your insurance company notice now by applying for coverage so as not to preclude yourself unintentionally from potential benefits later even if you anticipate a denial of coverage at this time

CAF launches apparel industry COVID

Alongside our industry and government partners the Canadian Apparel Federation (CAF) has launched a new COVID-19 Resource Centre for the apparel industry This is a stand-alone website which will act as an industry-specific hub to assist manufacturers and suppliers in

Advisory on COVID

Advisory on COVID-19 for businesses Enterprise Singapore 29 Jan 2020 Updated Joint press statement by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Trade and Industry on the Singapore-China fast lane for essential travel: 19 May 2020 : End of Circuit Breaker phased approach to resuming activities safely : 19 May 2020 : Advisory on gradual resumption of business activities in phases

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COVID-19 RESOURCE CENTRE For the Canadian Apparel Industry The Canadian Apparel/Textile Industry: Leaders in the fight against COVID-19 Since the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak hundreds of apparel and textile companies have stepped up to retool their factories for the production of essential medical equipment and PPE that was in short supply Industry Contributions A Message from the

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COVID-19 likely to prompt era of "ethical consumption " survey finds ETI endorses Covid 19 call to action to global garment industry and urges AT members to sign up ETI has endorsed a call to action to the global garment industry and is urging all its apparel and textile members to sign up urgently Read more

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Apparel Training Design Centre Glorious 25 years of service to apparel industry pursuing skills-excellence Apparel Training Design Centre (ATDC) has emerged as India's Largest Quality Vocational Training provider for the Apparel Sector with over 200 directly – run ATDCs including 65 ATDC-Vocational Institutes spread across 23 states 86 cities and about 150 districts PAN-India

Apparel Textile Sourcing Trade Shows:

Apparel Textile Sourcing trade shows are a global industry destination that provide a platform for the world's apparel and textile executives to connect learn and establish strategic relationships to scale their business We provide opportunities for thousands of buyers and retailers to meet hundreds of manufacturers from the world's most influential apparel and textile producing countries

Business Resource Hub: Build

Business Resource Hub We're here to help you get back to business As businesses like yours continue to TongWei on new challenges we're committed to providing support Find tips training and more to help you stay open and connected to customers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak Featured Committing $100M in grants to the Black Community Learn More Programs Keep your business

Centralized vs Decentralized Manufacturing

Centralized vs Decentralized Manufacturing Companies with centralized manufacturing have a single facility to produce and distribute their products or a central factory with multiple distribution points in their supply chain July 26 2016 Volume 17 | Issue 10 | Year 2014 Click here to read the complete illustrated article as originally published or scroll down to read the text article A

KEY ORGANISATIONS

key organisations Below are just some of the organisations that are working to improve the conditions for those who make the clothes we wear Contact your local Fashion Revolution Co-ordinator to find out more about what is going on where you area and what you can do

Thought Leadership

COVID-19's impact on the CPG industry has forced many businesses to adapt We explore the top 7 CPG trends of the first half of 2020 in this post Latest Events Event: Lunch Learn - Navigating the New Normal Exclusive 1-hour event for Manufacturing and CPG customers About Us Our Approach Our Unified Framework drives innovation and accelerates growth Our Culture We share a passion

Center for International Development

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the lives of people around the world but those in developing countries are likely to suffer the most in the face of this global crisis At the Center for International Development (CIDHarvard) we see this as a call to action

Ontario Helps People Impacted by COVID

As the economy gradually reopens the Ontario government is helping people affected by COVID-19 get back to work The province is investing in Ontario's first Virtual Action Centre an online counselling and training portal to support laid off and unemployed hospitality workers and is helping apprentices by providing grants to purchase tools protective equipment and clothing for their

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Latest News on COVID-19 Keep up to date with the Business Human Rights impact of the Coronavirus pandemic COVID-19 Risks to Migrant Workers in the Gulf We asked construction companies what they are doing to protect workers Latest From Us More surveys benchmarks and tools from the Business Human Rights Resource Centre

Presenting Project SU RE: Indian Apparel Industry's

Project SU RE is Indian apparel industry's largest commitment to move towards sustainable fashion Posted On: 22 AUG 2019 7:51 PM by PIB Mumbai The Union Minister for Textiles Smt Smriti Zubin Irani launched Project SU RE a move towards sustainable fashion at Lakm Fashion Winter/Festive 2019 in Mumbai on 22 nd August 2019

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The International Growth Centre (IGC) aims to promote sustainable growth in developing countries by providing demand-led policy advice based on frontier research About IGC Highlights Remittances in the time of COVID-19: Challenges and Joevas Asare Tewodros Makonnen Gebrewolde Moussa Saab Nan Sandi Laura Sili Nick Wilkinson Dean Yang The COVID-19 pandemic has placed

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Strategies to Optimize the Supply of PPE and Equipment PPE shortages are currently posing a tremendous challenge to the U S healthcare system because of the COVID-19 pandemic Healthcare facilities are having difficulty accessing the needed PPE and are having to identify alternate ways to provide patient care Surge capacity refers to the ability to manage a sudden unexpected increase in

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