Webinars

IAF has been very active creating valuable content for the industry. Below, you will find a series of webinars on the apparel supply chain’s new dynamics; each webinar with a strong practical focus and perspectives from retail, brand management and production. More webinars will follow in late summer and autumn. Also, our member associations and partners hold webinars in which we take part or which we support. These are added as well.

In iHKiB's webinar on “Environment & Waste Management and CSR Practices”, the conclusion was that the improvement of the ‘environmental performance’ of apparel products should be undertaken jointly by all stakeholders.

Webinar: New Fashion Delivery Calendar

IAF hosted a webinar about the new fashion delivery calendar. Three world class speakers explained the consequences of the Covid-19 crisis on the production chain’s calendar.

Webinar: Export Opportunities

iHKiB (supported by IAF) held a webinar on export opportunities.

Webinar: Shaping the Future of Textile and Apparel Industry Globally

Pegasus Consultancy, IAF and PRGMEA organized a webinar on global trends of business have changed rapidly. Business practices need to be transformed accordingly.

Webinar: Insights from the International Manufacturing Community

The apparel supply chain is being hit hard by COVID-19. In episode 6 of  FACT (The Fashion Community Talk) Matthijs Crietee, Secretary General (IAF), is being interviewed about the subject by Setlog's Guido Brackelsberg.

Webinar: Reboot – Rebuild – Rebound: Fashion Industry Ready for Resurrection?

The COVID-19 pandemic has delivered a shock to the global economy and to the broader fashion industry; dominant concerns from sustainable materials sourcing to carbon reduction to workers’ rights have faded out where businesses are scrambling to manage their operations and economic distress.

Webinar: Impact of COVID-19 on Textile & Apparel Industry

Pegasus Consultancy in collaboration with IAF and PRGMEA successfully organized a webinar on the topic ‘Impact of COVID-19 on Textile & Apparel Industry’.