The exemplary cooperation project developed between Yeşim and Izmir University of Economics (IEU) Faculty of Fine Arts and Design (GSTF) gave its first outputs on behalf of the sustainable world. The project, which was initiated in the fall semester of the 2020-21 academic year with the title “Take Action for a Sustainable Future”, has come […]
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Panel discussion during the CITI Conclave on February 24, discussing ‘Attracting FDI in Apparel Manufacturing in South Asia’.
Despite the economic benefits of a gender diverse workforce, Pakistan’s female labour force participation remains one of the lowest in the region. Mobility barriers, workplace culture and lack of flexibility often impact women’s decisions to join and/or leave the workforce. Against the backdrop of structural and cultural barriers, Interloop has set out on a journey […]
The textile and clothing industry was hardly hit by the pandemic in 2020. It is time for the European Commission and Member States to set the conditions for future competitiveness and resilience. On the occasion of EU Industry Days, EURATEX asks the European Commission and Member States to set the right conditions for the competitiveness […]
Prepared by Fast Company Magazine and presented in Turkey for the first time, “Sustainability Leaders 50” list results were announced. Yeşim Group CEO Şenol Şankaya was among the 50 leaders selected by a global jury from 135 leaders nominated during the two-month application process. The jury did not make its assessment based on the existing […]
Industry Associations from Turkey, Indonesia and Morocco join Asian Associations in IAF and STAR Network Initiative on ‘Manufacturers Payment and Delivery Terms’ Four major industry associations, the Indonesian Textile Association (API), the Turkish Clothing Manufacturers Association (TCMA), the Istanbul Ready-Made Garments Exporters’ Association (IHKIB) and the Moroccan Association of Textile & Clothing Industries (AMITH) are […]
An initiative to accelerate reduction of audit and standard fatigue During a side session organized by the International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF) and the International Apparel Federation (IAF) at the OECD Forum on Due Diligence in the Garment and Footwear Sector held online from February 1st to February 5th, the two organizations unveiled their joint […]
Elevating global apparel industry standards of operational efficiency and responsible manufacturing, Interloop is set to disrupt the denim industry with its increasingly ambitious sustainability targets, starting from the state of the art manufacturing plant to the end product. Interloop’s Denim Plant has received LEED® Platinum Certification, meeting the highest standards for any structure assigned by the […]
IAF has published its ‘2021 Priority Issues’. At a time when our industry is in crisis, it sets out the organisation’s vision on achieving a better apparel industry (as measured on the scales of people, planet and profit). This vision is drafted with and fully supported by the IAF’s Board of Directors, a group of […]
QIMA’s Q1 Barometer: Global Trade Covid Disruption Reveals Changes in Consumption Habits and Rampant Ethical Risks, as China Sourcing Beats the Odds QIMA’s quarterly barometer report shares the latest global quality, compliance and trade trends based on the data analysis from tens of thousands of QIMA inspections and audits. This quarter’s barometer looks at: From […]