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Circular Supply Chain Research Study: Developing distributed networks of localised circular supply chains for clothing.

We would like to invite stakeholders in the clothing supply chain to participate in a research study conducted by UKRI Interdisciplinary Textiles Circularity Centre’s Supply Chain research team.

This research aims to further our understanding of how localised circular supply chains for clothing might become distributed networks across regions, and how resources, information and value could be produced and transmitted through those networks.

Who can take part?
We invite to this study anyone who is a stakeholder in the clothing supply chain system, including citizens, businesses (e.g. designers, makers, textiles/materials producers, apparel brands, retailers, repairers, upcyclers, reuse platforms, recyclers etc.), governments and NGOs, and research institutions who are actively adopting / helping others to adopt circular economy principles for clothing. To be included in this study, you must be 18 years old or over and able to provide your own consent.

When: 22nd January – 1st February 2024

Where: Regenerative Fashion Hub, Royal College of Art (Battersea Campus), Hangar Space in the Studio Building, 11 Howie Street, London SW11 4AS

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