Prepare yourself for the upcoming industry challenges, become a leader by knowing what will happen next. The Fashion industry has a 4 percent of global market share, which is valued at 406 billion US dollars (FashionUnited Business Intelligence), creating a huge pool of labor. “To thrive in this environment, companies must think strategically, sharpen their decision making, and keep their fingers on the pulse of customer demand” (Amed, Imran, et al. 2019).

Amed, Imran, et al. “The State of Fashion 2020: Navigating Uncertainty.” McKinsey & Company, McKinsey & Company, Nov. 2019.

For this reason our education programs focus on providing the frameworks necessary to become a professional ready to navigate the challenges of the uncertainty attached to this new era, and lead within their roles. “Not only are leading companies highly value-creating, they are also at the cutting edge of innovation” (Amed, Imran, et al. 2019), which is why we train professionals to have an eye for what will be coming next in the industry.

FashionUnited Business Intelligence. “Global Fashion Industry Statistics.” FashionUnited, FashionUnited Group.

As adapted from “The State of Fashion 2020: Navigating uncertainty” from McKinsey & Company, the main themes that will be crucial for the fashion industry are:

  • The new global economy
  • Expenditure beyond China
  • Next generation social media
  • Immediate customer service
  • Sustainability
  • Materials revolution
  • Inclusive culture
  • Cross-border challenges
  • Rising direct-to-consumer activity
  • Making profit with digital initiatives

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