IAF and AAFA to Host Free Webinar Series

In a first-ever effort to foster greater collaboration between the E.U. and U.S. apparel and footwear industries, the International Apparel Federation (IAF) and the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) will host a two part webinar series that explores market access opportunities across the United States and the European Union.  This series will delve into trade policies, compliance standards, and regulations, including U.S. state regulations and the implications of REACh.  Brands, retailers, wholesalers, factories, testing labs, law firms, and investment companies looking to leverage the U.S. and European consumer markets should join these free webinars.

On December 16, AAFA will lead a webinar focused on exporting to the U.S. market, including key trade policies like the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TTP) as well as the growing and diverse compliance standards at both the national and state levels.  If you are interested in participating in “Solving the U.S./Euro Market Puzzle – Exporting to the U.S.”, click here.

On December 19, the IAF will lead a discussion that addresses the norms of the European market, including trade norms and EU trade policy, product safety and flammability standards, and more.  The webinar will also feature many of the requirements related to childrenswear, fire safety, chemical safety (REACh), and labeling. If you are interested in participating in “Solving the U.S./Euro Market Puzzle – Exporting to the EU”, click here.

In order to register for the event you need to create a free account as non-AAFA member. If you simply click on ‘register for this event’ you will go to a login screen which gives you no options to register as a non-member. Please click on the link on the eventpage which gives you the option to create a free account or go to this direct link = https://www.wewear.org/membership/create-your-profile/

 

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