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Dr Matthew Davis, Dr Mark Sumner and Fergus Dowling discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has had a positive effect on some brands’ empathy, which can lead to more resilient supply chains within the fashion and textiles industry.
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This research project – Impact of Covid-19 on management to eradicate modern slavery from global supply chains: A case study of Indian fashion supply chains – is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, and is a collaboration between the School of Design at the University of Leeds and Leeds University Business School.
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