Future of Consumption

Creating a better future for garment manufacturing in Bangladesh

How automation can deliver value for customers and ensure no garment worker is left behind. Image: REUTERS/Andrew Biraj

Sarah Krasley

Founder and CEO, Shimmy

Rubana Huq

President, Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA)

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Automation is displacing garment workers around the world. Image: Shimmy
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Future of ConsumptionDavos 2020Economic ProgressFuture of WorkTechnological TransformationEducation, Skills and LearningBangladesh

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