How is COVID-19 changing the Digital Landscape for the Textile and Garment Industry?
Tuesday, 27 October 2020 at 10 AM (Berlin) / 4 PM (Bangkok) / 5 PM (Beijing) – 90 Minutes
COVID-19 has created a number of sustainability problems for brands and suppliers in the textile and garment industry, not the least of which is maintaining oversight of existing social and environmental programs. In response to this, many companies have reduced or suspended worker training programs, supply chain audits, or other initiatives. In the absence of physical management, companies are examining the possibilities with greater urgency of handling tasks remotely, resulting in the acceleration in the adoption of digital tools. What options are there when it comes to digital oversight?
In the tenth online seminar, jointly organized by GIZ FABRIC and ILO’s Decent Work in Garment Supply Chains Asia project, we will hear about two digital solutions, one related to workplace training and the other to chemical management, as well as from a manufacturer on how they use digital tools. What has changed in times of COVID-19, and how can companies best manage the fast acceleration of those changes?
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