STITCH FOR RMG
June 15, 2021
Quizrr co-founder and deputy CEO, Sofie Nordström will be speaking at the session – Innovation in RMG Industry: A Quick Glance at Local and Global Innovation Space on June 24th 3PM CET.
About the H&M Foundation x BRAC STITCH Global Innovation Conference
The goal of the conference is to provide a platform for the industry actors and stakeholders to discuss disruptive future-work themes for the garment industry and find mitigation strategies to overcome their challenges to sustain the current industry growth. Additionally, the conference will maintain a strong focus on welfare and incorporate the voice of the female workers by highlighting their plight, their concerns, and the obstacles they face with the aim of coming up with solutions that can help the female garment workers progress in their careers and lives.
The conference, titled STITCH for RMG (Safeguarding Through Innovation and Technology Challenge), will offer a space for all the industry stakeholders to share perspectives towards a shared vision and objectives for innovating together. It will work as a guiding anchor which the stakeholders will pledge to collectively work towards achieving a common goal.
Digital Event: Changing the Fashion Industry
Quizrr co-founder Jens Helmersson will speak at Norrsken Foundation Talent Day together with startup companies Sellpy and It's Re:Released on how to change the fashion industry for the better.
Digital solutions to address migrant workers risks
Register to join the discussion on June 17th on how digital solutions can be used to mitigate modern slavery risks in supply chains worldwide.
1 million training sessions
As we celebrate the first million training sessions on our Quizrr platform, we invite you to join us in realizing true behavioral change in supply chains.
OHS Smartphone App
With the ETI Quizrr QR code for the Health & Safety awareness raising training we aim to reach more garment workers in Bangladesh beyond the 25,000 who have already completed the training within the 20 factories supported by ETI and funded by UKAid.