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Sustainable Apparel Forum Nov 5-6 in capital

STAFF REPORTER, Dhaka

Sustainable Apparel Forum (SAF), an event on apparel industry, will be held on November 5-6 in Dhaka to share knowledge on sustainability of clothing industry.

H&M Group and Bangladesh Denim Expo are going to organised the 11th edition of ‘Sustainable Apparel Forum’ at the International Convention City Bashundhara, in the capital.

Ziaur Rahman, regional country manager of H&M Bangladesh said that Bangladesh Denim Expo is a good platform to raise awareness amongst the denim industry regarding environmental, social and economic sustainability and this platform can be used to drive discussion on water and climate change areas in Bangladesh.’

‘Having a company with the status of H&M Group as a collaborating partner in the 11th edition of the Expo is a great honour’, stated Mostafiz Uddin, Founder and CEO of Bangladesh Denim Expo.

“Our collaboration will allow a wider audience to see the invaluable sustainable contributions that the H&M group are making both locally and internationally,” he added.

The theme for this 11th edition of Bangladesh Denim Expo is “Responsibility,” addressing the level of social, environmental and economic responsibility the apparel industry holds to ensure products are produced in the most ethical, environmentally friendly and sustainable manner.

“Conducting business and developing products within the denim industry can have far-reaching consequences on the environment, on the people making the products, and on the products’ end use and lifespan,” said Mostafiz Uddin.

 

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