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Over the past two years, Vietnam’s textile and apparel industry has been facing difficulties due to the Covid
situation and disruption of the global supply chain, leading to a temporary closure of many companies. Yet with all restrictions lifted, Vietnam’s textile and garment industry has witnessed stable growth despite the pandemic, recording an export turnover of $8.84 billion in the first quarter of 2022 with an increase of 22.5 percent over the same period last year.

With increasing production and investment in Vietnam, the market for apparel and textile is blooming again.
Manufacturers are seizing opportunities and working with partners to tap into the growth potential of the world’s textile and garment market. Among them, Vietnam’s textile exports to major export markets such as the United States, Europe, and Japan have achieved positive growth.

In the meantime, we are still facing many challenges. Despite the strong development of the supporting industries in recent years, a large amount of raw materials is still imported. As well as the labor shortage caused by the pandemic, post – Covid recovery and the challenges from the global supply chain, climate change, and ever-changing trade environment. How Vietnam’s textile and apparel industry will go from here, we will find out at this summit.

Summit Highlights:

➢ Policy Analysis for Vietnam Textile and Apparel Industry and Outlook for 2040

➢ Value Chain Impacts for Textiles Consumption in the EU and Related Policies

➢ Trade & Tax: The Trend of Vietnam Textile and Apparel Industry Under the Impact of USA & China

➢ Road to Recovery: Post Pandemic Business Outlook in Vietnam

➢ Challenges and Opportunities for Global Supply Chain and How It’s Going to Affect Vietnam Textile and

Apparel Industry

➢ Under the Background of Industrial 4.0, Will Digital Transformation Help Vietnam Recover from Covid –

19 and Grow Faster

➢ Integrating Value Chain Approaches to Determining BAT (Best Available Techniques) for Industrial


➢ Speed to Market: How to Do it More with Less and Do it Faster

➢ Panel Discussion: Under the New Global Trade Environment, How Will Manufactures and Brands Work

Together to Build a More Resilience Supply Chain

➢ Big Data Analytics for Manufacturing

➢ Post Covid Sourcing Strategy: What Should We Prepare for Sourcing in Vietnam and SEA

➢ Development of Eco-friendly Materials and Technologies to Adapt to Global Sustainable Fashion


➢ Rethinking Business Models for the Fashion Industry: Environmental and Value Chain

➢ Plastic Waste is Growing: Economic Drivers, Environmental Impacts and Policy Options

➢ Case Study: Carbon Footprint Assessment for Vietnam Textile and Apparel Industry

➢ Population and Labor Force: How Vietnam Manufactures Strengthen Their Competition

➢ Sustainable Chemistry in Textile Processing — the Need of Hour in Vietnam

➢ Panel Discussion: Past and Future – What’s the difference Between Vietnam and Other Asian Countries

🔷 Agenda:

📅 Date & Time: Thursday, 22 Sep – Friday, 23 Sep

📍 Location: Ho Chi Minh City

📌 Attendance Fee:

Contact VCOSA to receive up to 80% discount of attendance fee – Apply only to Vietnamese firms and members of Vietnam Cotton And Spinning Association (VCOSA)

🌐 Register at: https://bit.ly/3LIiX5a 

☎️ Contact details:

– Mr. Thinh Do – TEL/Zalo: 0902 379 490 – Email: thinh.dd@vcosa.org.vn 

– Ms. Uyen Vu – TEL/Zalo: 0908 782 911 – Email: info@vcosa.org.vn.

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