Reminder - Upcoming Webinar - Global Textile Services Market Analysis
Global Textile Services Market Analysis Webinar - Free for TSA Members
In case you have not already registered, please see the details below for the Global Textile Services Market Analysis webinar next week which is free for all TSA members to attend! To receive the discount code, please email Emma.
World Textile Services Congress (WTSC)
Join this exclusive presentation of the first-ever Global Textile Services Market Analysis, an assessment by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) of opportunities to be seized and risks to be managed by the industry worldwide. Factoring the economic turmoil from COVID-19 into its study, EIU has examined shifts in key market sectors including:
· Energy (oil and gas)
· Ancillary services
· Deeper frontier market penetration
· Sustainable practices
· Increased automation
An executive panel from market leading, globally operating textile service providers discuss how their previous international expansion contrasts with and reflects the current market research and what these new findings mean to the industry. Panellists will recount their organisations’ exploration in recent years of global indicators and shifting client profiles and expectations to revitalize operations in traditional and new markets.
MODERATOR: Claire Casey, Global Managing Director, Public Policy Practice, The Economist Intelligence Unit
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Update from the TSA Chief Executive - 7th September 2020
It has been a few weeks since the last update, hopefully some of you will have been able to get away and have had a well-deserved break.
TSA Upcoming Webinars - Register Here!
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