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Value Chain Stage: Services

Services represent any type of service a firm or industry provides to its suppliers, buyers, or employees, typically  as a way to distinguish itself from competitors in the market.
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News Items

There are news items related Services at this time. Please email us the association name and web address of any that you think should be added here.

Sustainability

  • Council for Economically Sustainable Textile and Apparel Business
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  • Textile Recycling
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  • Ecotextile News
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  • Video - Ray Anderson on the business logic of sustainability
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  • Video - The business case for sustainability
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  • NC Sustainable Energy Association
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  • NC Project Green
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  • North Carolina Solar Energy Association
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  • Global Organic Cotton Market Grows 20%, Hits $5.61 Billion in 2010, Textile Exchange Report Shows
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  • Eco Textile Labels
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Events

There are no events related to Services at this time. Please email us the event name and web address of any that you think should be added here.

Publications

Research

  • Council for Textile Recycling Fact Sheet
    [PDF Document]
  • NRF's Retail Jobs Map for U.S. States
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  • SBA Small Business Profiles
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  • Wake County Economic Development for Textiles
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  • North Carolina Textile, Apparel, & Machinery Resource Guide
    [PDF Document]
  • NCMBC - Military Contract Assistance
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  • North Carolina and the Global Economy
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  • The North Carolina Textiles Project: Initial Report: 2003
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  • Charting Employment Loss in North Carolina Textiles
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  • The Textile Heritage Museum
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  • State of the Union of the Textile Industry in North Carolina Part I
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  • N.C. Textile Company Location Maps
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  • Descriptive Analysis of the NC Textile Complex: NC Department of Commerce Study
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  • Release of N.C. Textile Connect
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  • Improving the Competitiveness of the North Carolina Textile Manufacturers with E-Busienss Initiatives: 2006
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  • Military/Government Textiles Conference Resources
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  • TexEd eLearning Opportunities
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  • Waste Reduction Services
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  • Logistical Model for Closed Loop Recycling of Textile Materials
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  • Successful Sustainability Integration for the North Carolina & South Carolina Textile Complex: Encouraging Competitiveness by Uncovering Best Practices
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  • Consumer Perceptions of Levi's Eco-labels
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Trade Data

  • SciWay - South Carolina's Information Highway
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  • Worn (Used) Clothing and Textile Products
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