Home Futures exhibition at the London Design Museum The exhibition starts November 7, 2018 and lasts to March 24, 2019 at London’s Design Museum. Twentieth-century prototypes are compared with the latest innovations in domestic living to question whether yesterday’s fantasies have become today’s reality Organised in partnership with the IKEA Museum, the exhibition explores the … More Worth Visiting
Ethiopia will begin the development of three textile parks before July 2019. These centres will be built in: Aysha and Semera near Djibouti border and Assosa, next to Sudanese border. These parks will play a critical role in Ethiopia’s plan to transform its still largely agrarian economy into an industrialised one by 2025, using the … More Ethiopia to start development three textile parks before July 2019
House of Fraser has acquired the freehold of its iconic Glasgow store as part of its new owner’s ambitions to create the “Harrods of the North”. House of Fraser, which is now owned by Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct retail group, today announced a GBP 95 million deal to acquire the freehold of the Frasers building … More House of Fraser buys Glasgow store to create “Harrods of the North”
Newsletter of last week ITMA Asia+CITME – The great parade of textile machinery manufacturers in Shanghai, China Here is the Review of last week’s NEWS. For your convenience just click on the feature for fast access Acquisition Karen Millen buys Coast out of administration Aircraft Seating EU Commission clears the creation of a joint … More Is apparel manufacturing coming home?
Italian Textile Machinery sector presents latest technology developments in Shanghai At ITMA Asia + CITME, once more Italian technology will be playing a major role, featuring innovative and sustainable solutions Around 130 Italian companies will be exhibiting at ITMA ASIA+CITME 2018, from October 15 – 19 in Shanghai, China. Of these, 63 manufacturers will be … More Actual News from ITMA Asia + CITME – Italian Textile Machinery (continued)
Three international organisations will invest over USD 750000 in Myanmar’s textile industry over the next two years. These include: Myanmar Artisans, a social enterprise, Turquoise Mountain, a non-government international organisation and DaNa Facility, which is under the UK Department for International Development. The Myanmar Artisans Project will initially be carried out in Kachin, Chin and … More Three international organisations to invest in Myanmar’s textile industry