2020 Corporate Fiber & Materials Benchmark: Everything You Need to Know

2020 Corporate Fiber & Materials Benchmark: Everything You Need to Know 1
Calling all textile companies with business roots in the fields, forests, ranches and waste streams of our planet. You have a vital role to play in the post-COVID transition! We have been forced to pause, giving us an opening to rethink how we do business. It’s the perfect time to assess where we currently stand so we can plan for a more resilient future. With that in mind, we are excited to share that Textile Exchange’s 2020 Corporate Fiber & Materials Benchmark (CFMB) will open in June. The largest peer-to-peer comparison initiative in the textiles industry, the CFMB enables participating companies to measure, manage and integrate a preferred fiber and materials strategy into their business. Participating companies tell us that just the act of completing the survey provides a valuable roadmap for improvement. We have created a briefing sharing everything you need to know about the 2020 CFMB, including key dates, program updates and ways we have made the process easier for you. This year, we are excited to invite manufacturers to participate, along with brands and retailers. Your feedback is priceless and critical to the success of the benchmark program. We invite all participants to fill in our program feedback survey. We will be hosting a series of webinars in June. Stay tuned for more information! Interested in benchmarking? Register your company here 
View the 2020 CFMB Briefing Here
COMING SOON: MATERIAL CHANGE INSIGHTS REPORT By participating in the CFMB, you contribute to our larger efforts to benchmark the sector and surface insights that drive a race to the top. Look out for our annual Material Change Insights Report, which leverages CFMB data to provide a comprehensive analysis of how the industry is progressing in its shift to preferred materials. The report launches later in May in partnership with GreenBiz, and we will be hosting a series of webinars in June to dig deeper into the results and surface opportunities for a more resilient post-COVID future. Stay tuned for more information!