Explore the latest insight from the fashion, automotive and furniture industries.
Reducing margin pressure with more sustainable fashion
Increased market competition is driving the need for rationalization in manufacturing, distribution and retailing activities. Unlike business management measures in the past, however, the impact of cost-cutting remains limited in the face of evolving consumer expectations and faster-moving markets.
Challenges in Fashion industry: baby boomers
Debunking the top 5 myths about baby boomers, new fashion industry challenges
This crisis could change significantly the sourcing strategy
Conversation with Alistair Knox, ASBCI Chairman
The tale of two generations: baby boomers and millennials in Fashion
Who are the influencers and decision-makers of the fashion game?
With the reopening of the furniture stores, the situation has brightened up surprisingly quickly
Conversation with Jan Kurth, Managing Director of the Association of the German Furniture Industry (VDM)
Strategies for mass customization and on demand production in a changing Fashion industry
Demand for mass customization, small series, single pieces and more generally on-demand manufacturing in fashion is on the rise. Using on demand strategies means manufacturers can make products exactly to customer specifications. It can also be advantageous for fashion manufacturers that prefer to keep a minimal stock or respond to changing fashion industry trends.
Balancing standard and MTM Manufacturing with cutting room automation
The new normal inside the cutting room
Fashion manufacturing in the post-COVID-19 world
How on-demand production will redefine supply chain processes
The better way to make a shirt
Discover how implementation of Fashion On Demand by Lectra change the garment cutting process - Before and After Infographic
Create more resilient, transparent and flexible processes
Conversation with Edouard Macquin, President, Americas, Lectra
Ekornes: Stressless® and efficient Furniture production with the new Versalis
Ekornes meets rising consumer expectations by upgrading their Versalis leather-cutting solution to adopt a new augmented reality (AR) digit, LeatherSuite and Leather Reporting system.