The textile industry is one of the biggest polluters in the world, with clothing production having doubled in the last 15 years. Now that China has said no to accepting the world's rubbish, advanced countries will need to think about investing in sustainable practices. What does this mean for the textile industry?
It can be confusing but there are distinct differences between branding and marketing. Whilst they are inextricably linked brands today need both to be successful. Let's take a closer look at these two industry buzzwords and what they mean.
Just like the real world, the world of online shopping is not without hazards. Here are some of the most common shopping dangers, and how you can keep yourself and your family safer - both personally and financially.
We’ve already seen massive developments in technology over the last ten years, but technology in the next decade is going to change everything about the supply chain industry and only those willing to adapt to change will survive.
When it comes to clothing labelling laws, you can't just write any old thing. Under consumer law there are strict rules and regulations about what can and cannot go on a garment's label, including material and country of origin. We explain it all here:
We are excited to announce the rebranding of our company from Image Label Systems to immago! Read our rebranding story here - why we did it, how we chose the new name, and what it means for the future.