Podcast: How COVID-19 has increased the complexity of the fashion industry and its supply chains
- Socio-Technical Centre
The fashion industry and its global supply chains are complex. The COVID-19 pandemic has added to this complexity, leaving managers making decisions quickly and with little knowledge of both the short and long-term fallout from the virus. In this episode, Dr Matthew Davis, Dr Mark Sumner and Fergus Dowling discuss how this pandemic compares to other crises that have hit the fashion industry, and what it means for their supply chains.
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This podcast episode was recorded remotely in January 2021. If you would like to get in touch regarding this podcast, please contact email@example.com. A transcript of this episode is available here.
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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