As a sequel to the success of first Dhaka Apparel Summit the second edition of the summit, organized by Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA), will take place on February 25 at Pan Pacific Hotel Sonragaon in the capital to set the next course of action for achieving $50 billion export target by 2021. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate the single-day event on the $28 billion apparel industry.
The summit is going to organize for aiding in the development of the textile and apparel industry in Bangladesh. It is formulated to bring together some of the world’s leading experts in their field to share their experiences and thoughts and to discuss issues pertaining to the RMG industry and ways in which the business can realize sustainable growth well into the 21st Century.
This year’s event will feature discussions targeted at establishing a more sustainable apparel supply chain with the specific aim of creating a better future together, according to Dhaka Apparel Summit authority. The Summit will offer a forum allowing visionary views of the future to be expressed and discussed, and will offer a broad spectrum of proposals to further improve the industry’s environmental and sustainable credentials and bring to light various methods to achieve these goals.
The Summit will hold three panel discussion sessions in the afternoon.
“The underlying purpose of the event is to serve as a platform to establish greater interaction and collaboration amongst stakeholders from home and abroad, with a common goal of ensuring sustainable growth within the Bangladesh RMG industry,” BGMEA President MD Siddiqur Rahman said this on a welcome note of the event.
“We believe that the suggestions that will be made by our panel of experts and industry professionals at the 2nd Dhaka Apparel Summit will provide illuminated guidelines for setting the priorities towards achieving a sustainable RMG industry,” he added.
On behalf of BGMEA, MD Siddiqur Rahman invite all their stakeholders and well-wishers to join this great event.
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