ISEM Fashion Business School has just published “The Fashion CEO’s Agenda”, a fashion business report developed by the business school of the University of Navarra, with the depth, rigor and impartiality that the academy provides. Professors from other prestigious schools around the world collaborated in the report, such as IPADE Business School (Mexico), Parsons School of Design (NYC), U. of Florence, U. of Santiago de Compostela and U. della Svizzera (Italy).
In the Fashion CEO’s Agenda 2022, the researchers analyze the key issues that will shape the fashion industry in that year, help fashion company executives to quickly understand the most relevant issues and trends they need to address, and provide some guidance on how to tackle them. 20 company executives have responded to a survey to confirm these approaches.
Over the past two years, the fashion industry – like so many others – has had to adapt at dizzying speed to new contexts that could not have been foreseen: the pandemic, the war in Ukraine… However, this study aims to look in further depth, not so much at the most obvious changes, but at the underlying trends that are here to stay.
The study’s approach is omnichannel, taking into account all fashion subsectors (textiles, footwear, leather goods, jewelry, perfumery and cosmetics, fashion optical industry, among others), with the idea that it will become a useful tool for decision-making in the fashion industry.
Since its beginning in 2001, ISEM has achieved a unique balance between specialized knowledge and practical experience, enhancing the dimension and value in the professional development of those who drive, from relevant positions, the future of the fashion industry.