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April, 2018

April 2018| 80 Pages

Of late Japan is strongly emerging as the land of immense business opportunities, especially in readymade garments. Rapid economic growth and increased consumer spending has brought focus back on Japan, with athleisure and womenswear fuelling market growth. But Bangladesh, the second biggest apparel exporter globally, is yet to mark its presence in Japan. Team Apparel Online speaks to some experts and exporters of the Bangladesh’s apparel industry doing business with Japan and tries to dig out the facts on why Japan market is not that easy to handle. Sharing their different perspectives, most opined that Quality, Value addition, Commitment, and Skills development are the four most vital aspects to be successful in Japan…

Utah Fashions Ltd. (UFL), a unit of Utah Group (Bangladesh), has delivered meaningful changes in the working atmosphere through its expertise in both ‘Lean’ as well as ‘Automation’ – two of the best proven ways – to achieve maximum growth. AO finds out the methods Utah follows in order to grow in this highly challenging era. Read the complete story under slug ‘Exporter Strategy’…

Come July and workers employed in the country’s flourishing export-oriented RMG industry would have a new wage structure. Secretary General of the Bangladesh Garment Buying House Association & CEO of City Apparel Tex shares his perspective on the impact of wage hike on overall business.


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