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Meeting regulatory compliance for apparel & footwear

Webinar

How can businesses cope with evolving nature of product regulations?
Get exclusive insights from our specialist on how to achieve regulatory compliance for apparel & footwear.

Countries across the globe adopt different requirements to ensure fair trade and product safety. With dynamic and evolving nature of product regulations, businesses face new challenges with various technical problems. Thus, it is important to understand essential elements, hot topics in the market and how to be prepared for the upcoming changes.

In this webinar, our specialist, Ms. Kary Chan will share insights on how apparel and footwear manufacturers and managers can ensure the compliance of global requirements of their operations in the face of heightened global demand.


key topics covered:

  • Current market needs for apparel and footwear compliance

  • Regulatory compliance for labelling, chemical and safety aspects

  • Suggested precautionary and remedies for compliance


About the speaker

Kary Chan

Kary Chan
Senior Regulatory Specialist, Technical Governance and Regulatory Compliance (TGRC)


Ms. Kary Chan is a Senior Regulatory Specialist of the Technical Governance and Regulatory Compliance (TGRC) in TÜV SÜD Ltd. TGRC is a global team dedicated to researching, monitoring and consolidating information on consumer products.

She has more than 7 years of experience in softlines testing industry. Kary specialises in regulatory compliance of softlines products for various markets. With vast experience in REACH compliance and restricted substance requirements, Kary has tailor-made training and solutions for clients to understand regulatory requirements.

Kary holds a Master’s Degree in Philosophy of Analytical Chemistry.


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