Int'l Fashionology Summit in Dhaka on Feb 12
The first ever Bangladesh Fashionology Summit will be held in Dhaka on February 12, next year, to bridge the gap between the present and the future of the textile and fashion industry through technology, innovation and knowledge sharing.
Private apparel sector promoter of the country Bangladesh Apparel Exchange (BAE) will organise the day-long international summit with the aim of attracting a wide spectrum of the fashion, technology and innovation stakeholders across the entire ecosystem.
Apparel stakeholders including brands, garment makers, technology and innovation companies, fabrics producers, software service providers across the world will participate in the summit to discuss about the latest products, technologies and innovations that will take shape in future and dominate the fashion industry.
"Our mission is to facilitate modern, innovative, technology driven apparel manufacturing and supply chain conversations and build a thriving community of leaders and innovators who will help to guide our nation to transform into a 'next-generation' apparel manufacturing and marketing hub using latest digital technology and advancements", said BAE Founder and CEO Mostafiz Uddin said in a statement.
Apparel and fashion industry is on the cusp of a huge transformation and disruption enabled by digital and technological advances sweeping the apparel industry and customer expectation landscape.
"We believe that the time is ripe for Bangladesh - the second largest apparel exporter to the world to take a leadership role in shaping, defining and initiating a future that is sustainable and profitable for all stakeholders", the statement also carried the remark of BAE Managing Director Md. Mohiuddin Rubel.
Keynotes, Exhibits and knowledge sharing sessions from some of the brightest minds and most inspired thinkers from across the globe will converge at Bangladesh Fashionology Summit and cover a wide range of compelling topics that are relevant to shaping the future of our industry, said the statement.