November is National Gratitude Month. It’s been a looooong and stressful year for all of us. While shipping costs and long deliveries are expected to continue throughout 2022… let’s end 2021 with a look at the glass half full. Here are four positive economic indicators we’re grateful for.
Does September feel like the beginning of a new year? For our team, Fall has a fresh start feeling. It’s not our year-end but the success and challenges of Q1-Q3 are in full view.
For many procurement professionals, September means budget season. A time to look at what’s working and what’s not. As you begin demand planning, below are three insights we think will impact apparel manufacturing in 2022.
It’s not your imagination. More factors are disrupting the apparel supply chain NOW than ever. The pandemic has underscored how vulnerable the apparel industry is to uncontrollable events. Supply chain fallouts from COVID, economic uncertainty, climate change, demographics and geopolitics are causing apparel executives to re-look at who, how and where their clothing is manufactured.