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  • Why Autumn is a golden time for the job market....
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    Why Autumn is a golden time for the job market...

    Summer is over, children have returned to school and Universities are preparing for their new yearly intake. This is the time of year when the global job market starts to pick up and opportunities to change employment become increasingly available. Now is the time to get CVs updated and to start searching for a new role.

  • The QHQ Bursary
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    The QHQ Bursary

    Earlier this year, QHQ, the leading technical resource to the fashion industry awarded a £1,500 bursary to fashion student, Natasha Osaro-Osaghae to enable her continue her technical training at the Fashion Technology Academy in London. Natasha had already successfully completed the six week Level 1 patterns course, to gain knowledge and expertise in the production process.

  • How can the fashion industry support students during technical education?
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    How can the fashion industry support students during technical education?

    Technical education in the UK is now at the forefront of the government's agenda. A new 'T-Level' system, which overhauls how technical education is delivered aims to put technical courses on an equal footing with academia and improve Britain's productivity.

  • Fashion Capital and QHQ!
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    Fashion Capital and QHQ!

    QHQ, the leading technical resource to the fashion industry have awarded a £1,500 bursary to learner Natasha Osaro-Osaghae to enable her to progress onto the Level 2 Perfect Pattern Cutting Course at the Fashion Technology Academy.

  • The commercial importance of Fit, Sizing and Garment Technology to boost profitability.
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    The commercial importance of Fit, Sizing and Garment Technology to boost profitability

    It is estimated that between 15% and 40% of apparel online sales are sent back as returns, with the industry average accepted to be 25%. Whereas 'hard goods', such as homeware and toys, have a much lower returns rate of less than 10%. A customer will judge an online purchase on fit, size, texture, colour and quality.

  • Fashion's Future: Making it personal.....
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    Fashion's Future: Making it personal.....

    In these heady days of fast fashion, global online shopping and high-speed delivery services, how can fashion brands stand out from each other and engage more with their customers? One device that is catching on with luxury brands is customization or personalization and it's starting to trickle down to the high street.

  • Manufacturing Closer to Home....
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    Manufacturing Closer to Home

    The European manufacturing industry is attracting many start-up brands as young designers and established retailers opt for factories closer to home. By Kate Berry & Sally Blaxall, founders of QHQ technical consultancy for retailers and their supply chain. UK factories are currently producing garments for luxury designers such as Victoria Beckham, Roland Mouret, Burberry and House of Holland.

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