Recent DHS Hearing Signals Tougher UFLPA Enforcement
7 February 2024
The fashion and textile industry can expect increased activity in coming months as the House Homeland Security Subcommittee hearing signals tougher enforcement of the UFLPA.
How the New York Fashion Act Will Affect the Cotton and Textile Sector
1 February 2024
Discover the New York Fashion Act, its objectives, reporting requirements, enforcement timeline, and implications for the fashion industry.
2024 Forecast: Key Business Trends from AI to Environment
8 January 2024
As the new year arrives, this is our forecast for the 12 months ahead, with the key trends we predict will shape the market in 2024.
2023 Year in Review: Regulation, Sustainability and Expansion
11 December 2023
A look back at 2023 to reflect on the big events that have shaped the market and defined Oritain this year, including expert commentary from strategic advisor Ana Hinojosa.
What Is Scientific Traceability & Why Is It Important for Brands & Retailers?
29 November 2023
Traditionally, paper-based systems have been the go-to method for tracking product information and movement, however, these methods are no longer practical or efficient.
Strengthening the Australian Modern Slavery Act: What can Australian Enterprises Expect?
11 July 2023
Australia has published a review of its Modern Slavery Act of 2018, identifying 30 recommendations to improve the current act.
Traceability in Textile Supply Chains: Four Key Trends from The Economist Sustainability Week
29 June 2023
A key theme circulating the corporate world currently is “progress over perfection”; as decreasing global emissions grows in importance, doing something is better than doing nothing.
Why Businesses Need to Pay Attention to the 2023 Global Slavery Index Report
13 June 2023
Since 2018 the number of people living in modern slavery has increased by 10 million. How can companies proactively move to eliminate this issue?
Three Steps to Prepare for Canada's New Forced Labor Law
24 May 2023
Canada, Mexico, and the United States of America all have tight conditions to prevent forced labor. A new forced labor law has been passed in Canada.
The EU's New Green Claim: What it Means and How Companies Can Prepare
4 April 2023
The EU has brought forward a new Green Claim to strengthen global value chains as part of its commitment to the 2030 Sustainable development goals worldwide.
Brits Less Likely to Buy Imported Meat Amid Concerns of Food Mislabeling Post-Brexit
1 February 2023
Shoppers may avoid buying meat if they cannot be sure it has been produced in the UK, amid concerns that standards on imported food will slip following Brexit, new research has revealed.