Burberry, BFC back Jamie Gill’s new diversity incubator The Outsiders Perspective

It aims to bring more people of colour into roles including sales, merchandising, operations, digital, HR, marketing & PR, legal and finance. Chosen participants must have four years-plus professional experience with transferable skills “to help fast-track talent to the higher echelons of the industry”.A five-week recruitment drive has begun to fill 25 spots in its ‘pilot cohort’ scheme.…

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Britain urged to increase cyber security in financial services

Andrew Tyrie, a lawmaker in the ruling Conservative Party, said parliament’s Treasury Committee was concerned about the “opaque lines of accountability”, particularly between regulators and intelligence agencies.คำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง

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Cosmetic Valley launches Cosvapex project to foster French exports

The project is a collaborative effort in which Cosmetic Valley companies will pool together their logistic resources, to make “the export logistics chain cheaper, faster and more secure” as it works its way through the Seine valley and the port of Le Havre. Currently, each company operates its own logistics organisation, giving rise to inevitable commercial issues.Cosmetic Valley noted in a pre…

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China retail sales miss in April

Analysts polled by Reuters had predicted industrial output growth would rise to 6.3 percent, bouncing back from a softer-than-expected 6.0 percent reading in March.Investment growth had been expected to ease only slightly to 7.4 percent in the first four months from the same period a year earlier, compared with 7.5 percent in January-March.คำพูดจาก Read more

Does Gen Z pose a problem for the luxury industry-

Executives are troubled in particular by a hit to young Chinese shoppers, not only because mainland China has been a major driver of the industry’s growth in recent years, but also because high end consumers in the world’s second-largest economy are a decade younger than the global average of 38.Young adults around the world have been “a very strong factor of luxury growth over the past decade,…

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Festive shopping expected to start as early as October, according to new report

According to eBay’s Christmas Tracker, which maps shopping patterns, fashion is the retail category with the longest and earliest “window of influence”, which means clothing retailers need to get ready to make the most of the season.While the peak week for fashion retailers fell in the first week of November last year, Ebay expects shopping to peak this year as early as the start of Octob…

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London Fashion Week brings Brexit worries to the catwalks

“Fashion week is a really great time to understand the power and influence of our industry, as well as our creativity,” said Caroline Rush, chief executive of the British Fashion Council (BFC).”We hope that you’ll listen as we talk to you about visas, about talent, about tariffs, about frictionless borders, and around IP (intellectual property).คำพูดจาก Read more

Movado Group releases 2025 ‘Make Time’ plan

The announcement coincided with the publishing of its 2022 ‘Corporate Responsibility’ report, which details the evolution of Movado Group’s corporate responsibility program for the fiscal year ending January 31, 2022.As part of Movado Group’s 2025 Make Time ESG Plan, the Paramus, New Jersey-based company said it aims to empower people by celebrating diversity, nurturing an inclusive workfor…

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M&S launches money-off kidswear for school uniform donation

It’s linking up with long-time sustainability partner Oxfam and has now added eBay to complete a united front on the venture.Second-hand uniforms collected by the high street retail giant will be sold via Oxfam’s high street stores as well as via a new back-to-school eBay shop. คำพูดจาก ทดลองใช้ สูตร…

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Most big companies failing U.N. human rights test, ranking shows

From tackling child labor to ensuring equal treatment for women, U.N. principles require all businesses prove they are committed to human rights and treat workers fairly.But an analysis of more than 100 major apparel, agricultural and extraction firms by the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB), a British charity, found many had little to show for.

Sportswear giant Adidas came top with…

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