October 2018 sale: 40% off Textile Outlook International annual PDF subscription

Textile Outlook International is a bi-monthly subscription-based publication

Subscribers of Textile Outlook International receive a range of reports that include:

✔ Country reports
✔ Company profiles
✔ Trends in world textile and apparel trade and production
✔ Trends in EU and US imports of textiles and clothing
✔ Details of innovations and technological developments
✔ Business development opportunities
✔ Individual sector analysis and political implications

The 40% discount applies to PDF subscriptions only.

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Sale ends on the last day of October

Textile Outlook International is written by experts; read by professionals and policymakers.

Six times a year, Textile Outlook International provides 200 or more pages of expert comment and analysis. A subscription provides an overview of the global fibre, textile and apparel industries. It is essential reading for senior executives in the fibre, textile and apparel industries – and for anyone who is not involved in the industry, but needs to quickly gain an understanding of the key issues.


Who benefits from a Textile Outlook International Subscription?

Whether you are involved in fibres, textiles or clothing – in manufacturing, spinning, weaving, knitting, sewing, import/export, retailing – or if you are in education or consultancy or investment or finance, a subscription to Textile Outlook International will tell you what you need to know about the key trends in the industry.

✔ Sourcing directors use the reports to understand the issues which affect production plants around the world.
✔ Marketing executives use them to understand trade trends.
✔ Consultants use the information to quickly gain an understanding of the textile supply chain and its influences and to help them identify opportunities for their clients.

“Textile Outlook International is the industry’s most complete compilation of the timely, global data required to make informed strategic decisions. It remains the source of reliable information about the textile and garment industry worldwide”, according to the vice-president of an international apparel technology company headquartered in the USA.

Textile Outlook International

a bi-monthly subscription-based publication

Up to 200 pages of expert comment and analysis six times a year:

✔ Country reports
Providing a comprehensive guide to the textile and clothing industries in a range of countries and regions. The reports include an economic and political profile together with a comprehensive overview of the main issues, plus an outlook for the future.

✔ Company profiles
Giving you the opportunity to learn from strategies employed by others. Companies profiled recently include retailers, manufacturers, innovators and sourcing companies involved in textiles and apparel as well as smaller companies which illustrate the opportunities for firms which are interested in selected sourcing locations.

✔ Trends in world textile and apparel trade and production
Taking into account current issues facing the industry – such as global fibre prices; competition from China and other low cost countries; the elimination of quotas and imposition of selective new ones; relocation of production operations; the impact of economic factors affecting trade; international trade agreements; trade promotion agreements (TPAs); and much more.


✔ Trends in EU and US imports of textiles and clothing
Providing comprehensive statistical data and analysis of the top ten supplying countries to the EU and US markets. These reports are updated each year and contain value and volume data as well as average prices and analyses of trends for up to 15 product categories.

✔ Innovations, technological developments, business development opportunities, individual sector analysis and political implications
Some of the topics which have been covered in recent reports include new innovations in the textile and clothing industry, such as environmentally friendly textiles, plant-based fibres, and developments in textile colorants; innovations in textile machinery; and overviews of the European swimwear, hosiery and lingerie markets.


Issue 193 (August 2018)

1. Editorial: Time to reassess the environmental sustainability of natural fibres versus man-made fibres
2. World textile and apparel trade and production trends: Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey
3. Textiles and apparel sustainability update
4. Profile of PrimaLoft: a leader in synthetic insulation
5. Seamless knitting and stitch-free seaming in performance apparel
6. Profile of Cifra: an innovative manufacturer of knitted seamless apparel
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Issue 191 (April 2018)

1. Editorial: Five years on from the collapse of Rana Plaza: how reliable and competitive is Bangladesh as a sourcing location?
2. Global trends in fibre prices, production and consumption
3. Home textiles business update
4. Survey of the European yarn fairs for spring/summer 2019
5. Trends in EU textile and clothing imports
6. World textile and apparel trade and production trends: South Asia

Issue 192 (July 2018)

1. Editorial: The digital revolution and the growth in online apparel retailing
2. Artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR): implications for the global apparel industry
3. Product developments and innovations in the home textiles market
4. Profile of Asos: a fast growing online clothing retailer
5. Temperature control fabrics, finishes and materials: optimising wearer comfort
6. World textile and apparel trade and production trends: China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan

Issue 190 (February 2018)

1. Editorial: Trends and developments in home textiles at Heimtextil 2018
2. Athletic footwear: demand for speed is driving innovation
3. Industry 4.0 technologies and implications for the global apparel industry
4. Textiles and apparel sustainability update
5. Trends and developments in Taiwanese performance textiles and apparel
6. Trends in US textile and clothing imports


Robin Anson, Editorial Director, Textiles Intelligence

Robin Anson is Editorial Director of Textiles Intelligence and a leading worldwide authority on textile and apparel industry strategy and trade issues with a career spanning 40 years. Previously having worked for The Economist for seven years, he founded Textiles Intelligence in 1992. As well as his role in Textiles Intelligence, Robin writes for textile and apparel publications, frequently speaks at textile industry conferences around the world, and is a commentator on textile industry issues in the financial press and on radio and television.