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Published on Wednesday, 06 November 2013

Textile chief backs chaos theory

Written by Stacey Dove

ModintAMSTERDAM - The head of leading Dutch textile trade body, Modint, has suggested the industry needs ‘chaos,’ ‘competition’ and ‘courage’ as it seeks to move towards a more circular way of working and develop a new “winning model.” Jef Wintermans, Modint director, says that effecting the required industry change, “has more to do with psychology ... letting go of old ideas of how the future would look like - and letting new ideas get in.”


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