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    The Retail Brands Trying to Combat Climate Change

    Regular contributor, Dakota Murphey, shares with us some of the brands working to combat climate change, and how. Dakota has more than a decade of experience in business growth, working independently as a business consultant for a number of years.

    The Impact of AI on Small, Independent Businesses

    In her latest piece for WhichPLM, Emma Hayes, womenswear customer fit expert and Founder of At Last, shares her thoughts on potential use of fit technology when it comes to small, independent retailers.

    Kornit Fashion Week Los Angeles; More Eco-Friendly Than Ever

    Kornit Digital – a worldwide market leader in sustainable, on-demand, digital fashion and textile production technologies – is celebrating its abilities at Kornit Fashion Week Los Angeles + 4.0 Industry Event, taking place November 2-5. This event welcomes producers, designers, industry experts, developers, and other visionaries to explore a complete alternative model for creating fashion […]

    The Bill of Process (BOP)

    This collaborative piece from WhichPLM and Made2Flow explores the need for the Bill of Process (BOP) to be integrated into PLM. When it comes to true sustainability, it’s the combination of the BOM, BOP & BOL that will achieve results.

    How Technology is Making Fashion More Sustainable

    Regular contributor, Dakota Murphey, discusses how the rise of technology over the years has paved the way for brands and consumers to both live and buy more sustainably. Dakota has more than a decade of experience in business growth, working independently as a business consultant for a number of years.

    Sustainability in Fashion: Victim of Convenience?

    Following his recent article, Prasham Kamdar, Managing Partner of Ptex Solutions, asks whether we can really expect true sustainability and transparency from retailers and brands soon, or if we are simply talking about more greenwashing? Choosing the best possible materials, trims and components is just the tip of the iceberg.

    Instagram, Algorithmics and Anti-Fast Fashion Action

    In her third piece for WhichPLM, Annabel Lindsay, Creative Lead & Circular Fashion Specialist for Mindless Mag, writes about digitizing fashion activism, social media taking accountability for promoting fast fashion, and the industry banding together to realise a fairer fashion future.

    How to Adopt an Ethical Lifestyle

    Dakota Murphey shares her latest exclusive for WhichPLM, and offers tips on adopting an ethical lifestyle – from the fashion you buy, to the technology you invest in. Dakota has more than a decade of experience in business growth, working independently as a business consultant for a number of years.

    A Green Corporate Agenda

    Anthony Bamford follows on from his recent ‘Bricks and Clicks’ article, with his suggested approach for environmental corporate social responsibility. WhichPLM. Anthony MBA MRICS is a UK based senior leader specialising in strategic management and transformation and change with a professional background in real estate. He has worldwide contacts in the corporate, commercial and public […]

    How PLM is Enabling Sustainability in Fashion

    Following on from his recent on collaboration in today’s value chain, Prasham Kamdar, Managing Partner of Ptex Solutions, shares his thoughts on how PLM can support – and in some cases is supporting – true sustainability in our industry.

    What is Wrong with Fast Fashion?

    Dakota Murphey shares her second exclusive for WhichPLM readers this year, and advocates for brands to become more purpose-driven and sustainable in 2021. Dakota has more than a decade of experience in business growth, working independently as a business consultant for a number of years.