An early view of post-COVID-19 discretionary spending in Asia

A survey of consumers in China, India, and Indonesia shows how the COVID-19 outbreak has affected their plans for discretionary spending—and which shifts could be part of the next normal. By  guest authors Stephanie Chan, Mahima Chugh, Felix Poh, and Simon Wintels. Stephanie Chan is consultant in McKinsey’s Manila office, Mahima Chugh is an associate … More An early view of post-COVID-19 discretionary spending in Asia

Bangladeshi Factory workers ‘face destitution’ unless UK Arcadia pays for orders

Bangladeshi factory owner has warned he will go out of business within days, leaving 2000 workers facing “destitution” unless Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia group honours contracts for thousands of items of clothing. Mostafiz Uddin, who owns Denim Expert Limited in Chittagong, says his company is on the brink of collapse after months of requesting payments … More Bangladeshi Factory workers ‘face destitution’ unless UK Arcadia pays for orders

Awards

Wilhelm-Lorch-Stiftung awards ITA graduate and a project at ITA with sponsorship prizes. … More Awards

Create the impossible with printing on 92 cm height objects

Azon Matrix MONSTERJET delivers a breakthrough in digital printing with new industrial applications Monsterjet focus on direct-to-shape product printing and interior decoration up to 92 cm height objects. It prints directly on fridge, oven, trash cans, flower vases, and onto a wide variety of highly demanding industrial products. Comes with optional bed sizes of 590 … More Create the impossible with printing on 92 cm height objects