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  • Firework, a short video platform, has entered the live commerce space in India and recently launched a solution to allow businesses and brands to sell their products through shoppable videos and livestreams. The new launch is aimed at letting brands build their e-commerce presence using live video streams on their websites and apps. Firework is making its shoppable video experience live for consumers, with more than 15 brands putting over 30 products on sale. Having entered India in 2019, Firewo
  • With no official mandate for any company to verify the sustainability of their products and practices, many different certifications and networks exist in the fashion industry. Having a renowned eco-label can aid a fashion brand’s transparency and help navigate a complex market.These labels can evaluate brands' sustainability efforts in different aspects of production and of the supply chain, applying to raw materials, end products, and/or processes. Some organizations specialize in performi
  • While the term ‘back to school’ often invokes anxiety and fear amongst kids, it almost always brings smile on the face of retailers. And why not! It’s the time parents start back-to-school shopping, and that’s when retailers are busy and fruitful. That’s how the story has been every year, but this time it is different. It could be bigger and longer now!After more than 15 months of ‘Zoom’ schooling, children are now getting ready to be back to school in this vaccinated ‘new world order’. Colleges
  • On what would have been Nicole Smallman’s 29th birthday, crowds gathered in Fryent Country Park in Wembley last night to remember Smallman and her sister, Bibaa Henry, who were murdered in London over a year ago.Mina Smallman delivered a powerful speech.PA IMAGES / ALAMY STOCK PHOTOThe vigil, organised by Reclaim These Streets, saw over 600 people gather to light candles, play music and lay flowers for the sisters and women who’ve been lost to male violence. Labour MP Dawn Butler, London Mayor S
  • Farfetch, a British-Portuguese online luxury fashion retail platform has announced The Positively Conscious Campaign, which will run throughout June, in celebration of World Environment Day on June 5, 2021, and to recognize the designers, brands, and retailers making efforts to reduce fashion's environmental effect.The e-commerce website is showcasing small runs, the best pre-owned products for resale, as well as upcycled and repurposed materials, with editorial content urging the support of
  • Australian consumers feel ethical purchasing is important, but are failing to follow through on their own beliefs, according to the new Australian Ethical Consumer Report, which found 87 per cent want to change their fashion consumption habits to consume more ethically, but just 46 per cent indicate they regularly purchase from ethical or sustainable brands.The report was released recently by Christian Aid and development organisation Baptist World Aid Australia in collaboration with social rese
  • While overall USA brassieres import grew by 8.46% in May ’21Bangladesh’s brassieres products export in the United States has dropped in May. As the latest data shows that innerwear product export from Bangladesh downed by 5.72 percent in May this year compared to the previous month – April. The country is amongst the top 5 brassieres exporting destinations in the US.Bangladesh, which declined on an M-o-M basis, increased by 46.50 percent on a yearly note to export $69.88 million brassieres produ
  • The Bangladesh govt. has decided that all kinds of factories in Bangladesh will stay closed from 23 July to 5 August as the government will enforce strict COVID-19 lockdown throughout the time after easing restrictions one week due to Eid. If Eid holidays are taken together, the industry will have to stay closed for at least 18 days in a row.The Cabinet Division has issued a gazette notification on Tuesday in this regard detailing the rules and regulations to be imposed from 23 July.Industry exp
  • Bangladesh Textile Mills Association (BTMA) strongly condemned the rumors regarding safety compliance in Bangladesh’s textile industry.In a statement issued by Mohammad Ali Khokon, President, BTMA some people were benefiting from a recent fire at a Narayanganj juice production plant by circulating rumors about textile mills.Figure: Mohammad Ali Khokon, President, BTMA strongly condemned the rumors regarding safety compliance in Bangladesh’s textile industry.They are spreading these rumors at bot
  • Bangladesh’s finance division recently disbursed Tk 2,700 crore in cash incentive for remittance and exports. Tk 1,000 crore would be paid at a 2 per cent rate for the remittance sent to the country between July and September of fiscal 2021-22. Of the rest, Tk 1,500 is for export of readymade garments, frozen foods and leather goods for the same period.The remaining incentive of Tk 200 crore would be paid for exports of jute and jute goods.The fund was released in favour of the Bangladesh Bank t
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