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Morag Ashworth

A prominent industry figure, Morag Ashworth has more than 20 years’ experience – the majority of those specialising in product development and supply. Morag studied at the Scottish College of Textiles.  She then began her career by accruing a broad experience base, including roles in Garment Technology, Production Management and Sourcing & Commercial Management for such prestigious brands as Van Heusen, Peter England, Umbro, Mountain Equipment, Cotton Oxford and several suppliers to Marks & Spencer. Morag also worked as Senior Product & Sourcing Manager for international lifestyle and high performance sailing brand Henri Lloyd, before establishing herself as an independent consultant and contributor to WhichPLM.



The Importance of PLM Education

Morag Ashworth has worked in the apparel industry for nearly 30 years and has served as a freelance PLM consultant since 2008.  Today, Morag is a key advisor for WhichPLM, and in this article she makes a case for the role of education in underpinning and enabling successful PLM projects in businesses of all shapes […]

(CGS)-Sponsored Fashion Industry Event in London Provides Valuable Insight, Thought Leadership

(New York, NY – March 12, 2013) Computer Generated Solutions (CGS), a leading global provider of technology solutions and services, hosted “The Fashion Business: Past, Present and Future” event on February 22nd at the London College of Fashion. The event supported CGS’s strategic UK and European expansion and high demand for BlueCherry, their award-winning enterprise fashion […]

Computer Generated Solutions (CGS) to Sponsor Exclusive Fashion Industry Event in London

(New York, NY – February 14, 2013) Computer Generated Solutions (CGS), a leading global supplier of technology solutions and services, announced today they will be sponsoring “The Fashion Business: Past, Present & Future” – a completely unique and exclusive educational industry event that will explore how the fashion industry is constantly evolving, from traditional methods […]