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The seminar addresses challenges and explores feasible opportunities in the field of organic textiles for Bangladesh textile industry. The august gathering of thought leaders from various walks of sustainability (including compliance, regulation, quality assurance, green chemistry, chemical management) along with media and trade associations shall contemplate on the impact of investing in social and environmental responsibilities on economic success.
The seminar shall touch upon both technical and commercial aspects of sustainable textile processing. The National Seminar provides the ideal opportunity to explore organic textile processing in the region and would potentially be redefining sustainable supply chain dynamics there. Successful stories of established economically viable sustainable business models aim to encourage more entrepreneurs to follow suit.
The seminar is supported by IFOAM- Organics International. GOTS requires organic certification of fibres on basis of recognised international or national standards that are approved in the IFOAM family of standards.
Presentations from the seminar can be downloaded from below links:
Sumit Gupta, GOTS
Thelma Ruiz, Brands Fashion GmbH, Germany
Abdul Mottaleb, CERES Bangladesh
Amran Hossain, Sr. Auditor, CU Certifications Ltd, Bangladesh
Rahul Bhajekar, GOTS
Mr. Mohi Uddin Ahmed, Senior Trainer, EHS Plus Center, North South University, Bangladesh
Dr. Fakhre Alam Ibne Tabib, Deputy Director, Cotton Development Board, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh
Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)
Representative in Bangladesh and India
Mobile: +91 9892270594
Local Organising Partner in Bangladesh