June 21, 2019

DeSL Sponsors ASBCI Garment Costing Technical Seminar

by DeSL in News

DeSL is set to speak at ASBCI Garment Costing technical seminar on the third of July in Nottingham, United Kingdom.

Date: July 3, 2019
Location: Eastwood Hall, Nottingham, UK

Association of Suppliers to the British Clothing Industry (ASBCI) Garment Costing technical seminar will focus on how technology can support the complexities of costing in today’s apparel supply chain. Speaking at the seminar is DeSL’s Co-Founder and Director, Dave Richards. He will cover the past, present, and future evolution of costing within Product Lifecycle Management software for the fashion and apparel sector. Joining Dave Richards will be other industry experts shedding insight into all areas of garment costing.

Sponsored by DeSL, this seminar will feature material from the recently published ASBCI technical booklet on Garment Costing. This booklet covers the broad mix of labor, materials, overheads costs, and logistics in the garment manufacturing industry. An in-depth analysis will assist buyers, merchandisers, designers, and clothing technologists in better managing the complex factors impacting global supply chains. The goal for the seminar is to increase practical understanding for companies involved in the sourcing, pricing, and margin negotiations of products.

Sign up to attend ASBCI Garment Costing technical seminar, or to schedule a live demo click here.

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About ASBCI (www.asbci.co.uk)

The Association of Suppliers to the British Clothing Industry (ASBCI) is a not-for-profit UK-based organization with a membership that represents all key sectors of the clothing and textile supply chain. Formed in 1973, it is the only forum of its kind where component suppliers and fabric producers can exchange ideas and knowledge with designers, retailers and garment cleaning specialists. It operates without commercial preference and its impartial stance makes it a unique organization, within an intensely competitive industry, where members can meet, discuss issues, and share their experiences – all together, at one time, in one place.