Sustainable Apparel and Textiles Conference

Sustainable Apparel and Textiles Conference This virtual three-day business conference will address how brands can adapt practices to move towards regenerative apparel and deliver on growing stakeholder expectations. We’ll equip delegates with the best-practice and guidance to develop net-zero strategies, transform supply chains, engage consumers, scale circularity, and drive positive social impacts. Expert panellists from … More Sustainable Apparel and Textiles Conference

WIPO – Accession to the Madrid Protocol: Jamaica

the declaration extending the refusal period to 18 months and making it possible to notify refusals based on opposition after the expiry of that period (Article 5(2)(b) and (c) of the Madrid Protocol); the declaration indicating that Jamaica wishes to receive an individual fee when it is designated in an international application, in a subsequent designation … More WIPO – Accession to the Madrid Protocol: Jamaica

How JLo And Pandemic Fashion Helped Aritzia increase Sales

By guest author Kristin Larson, Contributor to Forbes, a Chicago-based writer with more than 20 years of experience covering fashion, retail and beauty. My experience includes reporting on fashion for WWD and Life & Style Weekly. In addition, I’ve written about retail for Fortune, reporting on the changing landscape of beauty and retail trends in … More How JLo And Pandemic Fashion Helped Aritzia increase Sales

UK Christmas trading tracker: how retailers performed over the golden quarter

By guest author Gemma Goldfingle from Retail Gazette Retail Gazette tracks the big retailers’ sales performance over Christmas 2021 The Fragrance Shop and Seasalt among top performing retailers Retailers including M&S, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Asos have updated the market this month on how they performed over the all-important Christmas period. Retail Gazette keeps track on … More UK Christmas trading tracker: how retailers performed over the golden quarter

Inflation Risks Getting Sticky as Big Firms Flex Pricing Power

Wallets are hurting and the American consumer is worried. Prices are rising at the fastest clip since 1982 and there’s no immediate respite, though some economists see inflation falling to 3 % as 2022 progresses. For now though, it’s getting sticky by almost any measure, John Authers writes in Bloomberg Opinion. Grocery shelves are empty of seemingly … More Inflation Risks Getting Sticky as Big Firms Flex Pricing Power