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How APR – TrusTrace are Becoming Future-Ready Using Traceability?

Supply chains in the fashion industry are often complex, with many brands having little visibility beyond their tier one and two suppliers and many suppliers not being able to communicate their material story with the customers. Customers, society, and, increasingly, regulators, are demanding more information, but mapping these global supply chains remains a challenge. It was to help address

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How to Unlock Blockchain?

There are hopes and expectations that block chain can build trust in the apparel industry’s long, fragmented and opaque supply chain. It could also be one of the best tools to certify sustainability claims. But applying blockchain-based and technology protocols requires digitizing all physical transactions, implying a complete overhaul of how the industry operates today.

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TrusTrace to showcase with HCL Technologies at 2020 World Economic Forum

TrusTrace, a leader in supply chain traceability and circular solutions in the fashion and textile industry, and HCL Technologies (HCL), a leading global technology company, today announced that they are hosting live demonstrations of TrusTrace’s AI, Blockchain and IoT powered platform, at the World Economic Forum 2020 in Davos, Switzerland. The presentation is part of HCL’s Tech Showcase Zone,

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Vinnova: Innovation is more important than ever

The objective is to develop a digital platform that combines our Blockchain based product traceability solutions with circularity modules (addressing various actions across value chain) to provide cost-effective, reliable, one-stop-solution for businesses and consumers to easily transition from linear business models to more circular models. 

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Swedish startups want to change the global fashion industry – with block chain technology and imitation of nature

The fashion industry is changing rapidly, and some of the main points for a longer-term sustainable textile industry are about digital technology and imitating nature through biotechnology. Now Swedish companies start taking the fight, and as leading fashion tech expert Amanda Parkes, MIT Research Director and Chief Innovative Officer at Future Tech Lab, told Veckans Affärer in June: ”All

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Meet the startups selected for Fashion for Good’s 4th accelerator program

From bio based dyes and fibres made from banana trees to software developed specifically for closet management – these are a few examples of the next generation innovators that will be supported by the Fashion for Good-Plug and Play Accelerator. Starting today, twelve selected start-ups will join the Accelerator Programme that aims to help innovative technologies and business models

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12 start-ups chosen to re-think fashion industry

A cloud platform that enables buyers to communicate with supply chain workers directly, a digital marketplace for companies to exchange excess materials and products, and textiles made from banana fibres are among the latest innovations with the potential to help brands and manufacturers find more sustainable ways of producing fashion.

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Supply chains in the fashion world are currently hardly digitized

The challenges for the implementation of sustainable and transparent supply chains are clearly there: a strong fragmentation of the chain into many individual parts, for example. In addition, this area is hardly digitized, ”said Dennis at the panel on Wednesday evening in the well-filled hub in the headquarters of Zalando. ”The biggest challenge, however, is that the individual players

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Zalando to host transparency event at Berlin hub

It was wonderful to participate in an event organized by Zalando, SE ”TRANSPARENT – Sustainable in the Digital Era” event organized by Zalando. Three days of wonderful interactions, workshops, Hackathon and one-one meetings which enabled sharing of thoughts and provided greater insights on what needs to be done for a sustainable industry! Another great example of how technology and

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