Although we do not have the magic crystal ball to show us the future, we have interviewed more than forty (40+) international industrialists, academics, and business leaders. They are experts in their area and the drivers behind the industry. Our guests will share their views of the future and potential of the fashion industry with you.
During the interviews, we focused on the following questions:
What are the current challenges?
What are the new main directions in the coming five to ten (5 – 10) years?
What kind of new technologies will become popular?
Will there be any new business models (new ways of doing business)?
What role can a government play?
Will there be any ideology that may bring a big impact?
We fully understand that learners may face the obstacle of terminology and background. We will introduce the background of the fashion supply chain first. Then, we take the learners to attend the interviews week by week, sector by sector. Most importantly, the course content is bilingual in Chinese and English. Learners will enjoy our learning supports.
Suitable for students, consumers, anyone who is interested or working in the fashion business.
Week 1: Introduction to the fashion supply chain and the potential trends
Week 2: Trends in Retailing
Week 3: Trends in Design: fashion, accessory, and shoes
Week 4: Trends in Textile Material and Processing
Week 5: Trends in Apparel Manufacturing
Week 6: Sustainable Future
Roger 鏡波 (镜波) NG 吳 (吴), John H XIN, Xianyi ZENG and Jocelyn 華珠 CHEN 陳
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Anonymous is taking this course right now.
The content was interesting, however, there appear to be too many technical problems on this course with regard to question formatting, missing transcripts, and either missing content or possibly translation issues (meaning questions referenced issues that weren't mentioned in the transcripts at all).
I would be interested in trying this course again once the problems have been sorted. It did look very promising and I think might be a great course if they could fix these.
I had initially paid for the verified version of this course but unenrolled after 2 weeks, opting for the audited version and a refund instead. My audited access has now expired so some of these issues may have been sorted by now.
Md Sadequl Islam Sarker
Md Sadequl Islam Sarker is taking this course right now, spending 10 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.
I am retired Bangladesh Air force personnel, Radar Engineer, Now I am working in Garments sector as company Executive Director. In my idle time like to learn new things.