The fund was launched at the Hong Kong Fashion Summit © Cheng Ka Hang Karma
The fund was launched at the Hong Kong Fashion Summit © Cheng Ka Hang Karma

$60m fund to improve Asian garment industry

11 September 2019

A $60m fund has been launched to spearhead change in Asian fashion supply chains by investing in innovative technologies in India, Bangladesh and Vietnam.

The Good Fashion Fund launched at the Hong Kong Fashion Summit. It has been set up by Fashion for Good and backed by the C&A Foundation, Hong Kong-based business incubator The Mills Fabrica and fashion company Fount.

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