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Netcomm Forum Industries outlines how the explosion of online commerce during the pandemic had a strong impact on consumer purchasing habits, which are increasingly oriented towards sustainability and online quality services, representing changes that are destined to remain over time
The scale of the phenomenon will not be enough to ensure the health of the mechano-technological sector, despite the clear messages sent out by the pandemic. The Assomac Research Centre also suggests other ways to move forward.
During the SIMAC TANNING TECH days in September, experts from the fashion industry will talk about the next frontiers of Innovation and Technology Transfer.
The Italian yarn sector (which includes manufacturers of wool, cotton and linen products) has inevitably felt the effects of the pandemic
Prato Textile Museum creates an archive dedicated to ecologically innovative textiles
The challenge that awaits Italian companies to latch on to the recovery is to consolidate the competitive position acquired abroad in recent years, intercepting ongoing trends and changes, first of all digitisation, sustainability and innovation: the ICE-Prometeia export study
“Shopping & Fashion” is the most sought after sector online, despite the pandemic: the analysis of the leading Danish digital review platform in Europe, photographs the new behaviours of online consumers, helping companies to intercept them
This time the American Institute has chosen two shades for 2021, PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Gray and PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating, to symbolize resilience and hope
Assomac presents the data regarding 2019 production and exports, revealing the extremely unfavourable economic context for the three segments of tannery machines, footwear machines, and leather goods machines
The Italian tanning industry gets ready to recover by focusing on a qualified service, timing, research, and sustainability, preparing itself for the relaunching forecasted for the second half of 2021
Asia and especially China continue to be the leading protagonists of the global footwear-manufacturing panorama: here is the data presented by the annual World Footwear Yearbook
The 2020 Fashion Transparency Index presents improved scores, confirming a 23% average transparency score by brands, with fast fashion and sportswear brands the most virtuous, while luxury scored the lowest
Condé Nast in collaboration with the Centre for Sustainable Fashion of the London College of Fashion presents the “Glossary of Sustainable Fashion”
During the first months of the year, exports fell by -33.7% in volume and by -30% in value in March, while domestic consumption during the first four months of 2020, dropped-off by -33.7% in value and -29.7% in volume