Representatives from the world’s largest retail brands met with leading figures from the country’s ready-made garment (RMG) sector at a Bangladesh Virtual Business Forum on 28-29 October 2020.
The COVID-19 situation has accelerated our adoption of technology and virtual learning
Although the lockdown is officially in effect until 5 May, as of 26 April, apparel factories are allowed to start reopening in phases and zones on a limited scale.
The guidance suggests ways to prevent the spread of coronavirus through a set of administrative and engineering controls.
COVID-19 has thrown up sudden, unforeseen challenges for Bangladesh’s garment industry.
Better Work has launched a partnership with the Crystal International Group Limited, a clothing manufacturer based in Hong Kong, to expand its influence in a new direction in the garment industry.
A closer look at the growth and triumph of a BWB partner factory over the past few years.
A new partnership between the International Labour Organization and Better Than Cash Alliance to promote digital payments.
Sustainability, innovation and expertise development are thus not an option but a must for the Bangladesh’s apparel industry.
Future of Bangladesh’s $34 billion industry heavily linked to improved labour market governance, effective social dialogue and responsible sourcing practices.