30 screens of Presentation
28 pages Students' Guide
Including 1 major and 1 minor Students' tasks and tests.
Export Marketing & Merchandising
2 to 3 lectures of 90 minutes each. Lecturers, please don’t rush and make sure that all students understand each screen. Encourage students to get actively involved in the lectures.
Knowing the history of the garment industry and in particular the development since the 1950’ties supports the decision making once the students are actively involved in this business. It furthermore helps to know what to observe and watch where the industry is moving to next.
The lecturer to distribute the Students’ Guide about 10 days prior to starting the teaching of this subject. Encourage students to familiarize themselves with the contents of about 10 screens in advance of each lecture to make it possible to ask specific questions and be actively involved. Check the homework & review it.
It’s a Complex Business
Garment Production is mainly handwork
The industry started to move to Asia
“Save our Jobs” + Introduction of Quota
Did Quota protect the industry in Importing Countries?
The 1st January 2005 – Lifting of Quota
The Cards were reshuffled
Future major Garment Producers
Other countries in Asia & Latin America
Africa’s chances to become a major supplier
Skills are essential – Auditors check CSR Compliance
International NGOs closely watch the industry
What do Buyers expect today from Suppliers?
To face the challenges of the future
Projector, computer, a world wall map, pointer, internet connection if possible