Looking back 2021 and Expectation for 2022 discussed in Logic presents Focus Talk


Textile Focus, being one of the leading textile industry development firm and media has initiated a special online dialogues session “Focus Talk- focusing solutions”. Textile Focus has designed the session to discuss once in a month focusing contemporary industry challenges with respective expert panelists from industry. The discussion and findings are widely circulated via online streams, hard copy magazines and social media platforms. This Special Webinar series is sponsored by reputed technology provider Logic Software Limited, a sister concern of Asrotex Group.

Third Episode of “Logic Presents Focus Talk” webinar titled “Looking back 2021 and Expectation for 2022” was held on 18th December, 2021 at 3.30-4.30 pm through Zoom Platform, where good number participants attended.

Maashed R. Abdullah, Director, Dressmen Limited, and Abdullah Al Maher, CEO & Head of Business, Fakir Fashion Ltd. were the Guest speaker of this Dialogue Session. The whole session was moderated by Maeen Md. Khairul Akter, Managing Editor, Textile Focus & Assistant Professor, Bangladesh University of Textiles.

The objective of this session was to discuss pandemic effect and learning points for our RMG industry.

Maashed R. Abdullah Director, Dressmen Limited said that, due to pandemic when retail stores were closed, we faced some order drop, however, few months later when stores were started to open again, we again got more orders. And right now most of the factories are overbooked. That time, just beginning of the pandemic, we were at dead loss, because customer’s reaction was different. The challenge we faced to read customers mind, and in my experience, continuous communication with customers helped us to predict the situation and we planned accordingly.

Abdullah Al Maher, CEO & Head of Business, Fakir Fashion Ltd stated that 2021 was the year of challenges along with a lot of opportunities. Pandemic changed the consumers’ choices which turn into more order for knit items, In Bangladesh we are always good at knit item. Now we diversified our production line with sportswear, inner-wear, hybrid wear, synthetic items. So we did good business. Mr Maher added that, during the pandemic business adopt more technical advancement like ERP software and other digital platforms which helped us to keep pace with the increased productivity.

The session ended with praises for Textile Focus for continuing industry development activities in an innovative way.

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